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Tallas D-ECONCEPT

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Product information

Specifications overview

Specifications

General information

Physical characteristics

Technical information

Functionalities

Types of water this pump can handle

Flow-rate table
Suction diameter: 1"
Delivery diameter: 1"
Number of sprinklers / water points used at the same time: 5+
  • 50 metre(s) Pump capacity start 750 liters per hour
  • 45 metre(s) Pump capacity start 1,500 liters per hour
  • 40 metre(s) Pump capacity start 2,000 liters per hour
  • 35 metre(s) Pump capacity start 2,400 liters per hour
  • 30 metre(s) Pump capacity start 2,800 liters per hour
  • 25 metre(s) Pump capacity start 3,200 liters per hour
  • 20 metre(s) Pump capacity start 3,500 liters per hour
  • 15 metre(s) Pump capacity start 3,750 liters per hour
  • 10 metre(s) Pump capacity start 4,000 liters per hour
  • 5 metre(s) Pump capacity start 4,400 liters per hour
  • 0 metre(s) Pump capacity start 4,800 liters per hour
  • Pomp type

Automatic activation / deactivation

This pump switches on or off automatically if you open or close a water point that is connected to the pump. In many cases, this feature is a considerable advantage: for example, when irrigating a garden with a hand-held sprayer, or supplying a toilet or washing machine with rainwater. It is also useful if you want to increase the water pressure in your home. Unlike standard garden water pumps, water pressure pumps - because of the difference in pressure - 'notice' when one or more water points are opened or closed. This is how the pump knows that it needs to start or stop. Standard water pressure pumps (which are mounted to a tank) are equipped with a mechanical switch, and the more advanced ones have electronic switches. Both systems have advantages and disadvantages. The mechanical switch is reliable but can either not be set or it is difficult to do so, while the electronic version can be set but is dependent on electricity.

Dry-running protection

The name says it all: this pump is protected from running dry. Most pumps cannot, if at all, operate dry for long, which usually ends in the pump immediately burning out and/or seizing. For example, this could happen if the source has run dry and the pump can no longer draw water from it. Garden and booster pumps are particularly sensitive to running dry. Some borehole pumps and somewhat more advanced garden pumps are already equipped with built-in dry-running protection. Others can be easily fitted with a dry-running protection system: for example, with a separate one or with the DAB Control-D. This definitely guarantees that the garden or booster pump will not run dry.

Water filter

Many of our garden and booster pumps are supplied with a water filter, or one is integrated in the pump. In many cases, water is drawn from a ditch, a canal, or a local source. However, even if the water looks clean it may still contain dirt particles. Garden and booster pumps do not handle dirt particles very well, as a result of which the impeller may seize and stall. Using the water filter will stop any dirt from entering the pump.

Carrying handle / footrest

The pump is equipped with a carrying handle and a stand, which makes it ideal for garden irrigation. The handle makes it easy to move the pump, and it can be placed in a stable position in various places in the garden or allotment. Standard pumps are usually installed in a permanent place and are therefore equipped with small 'legs' to stand on. The extra handle and stand provide greater flexibility and make installation less dependent on location.

Variable water supply

This pump is fitted with a speed controller, which is particularly handy for pressure-boosting pumps to which multiple water points are connected. If one water point is opened, the pump will start operating at a low level, and if several are opened, it will speed up to the required capacity. Pumps lacking such a device will start pumping at full speed, irrespective of the required capacity. These models are limited to the switch on/switch off mode, and are therefore considerably less energy efficient. As a result, speed controlling occurs mainly with a variable water supply and frequent or long-term use, such as to increase water pressure in your home. The DAB Easybox series is particularly useful to increase water pressure, and is therefore always fitted with a speed controller.

Tallas

The Tallas brand has been around for many years, and has always focused on the consumer market. They have come up with some handy solutions, in particular for garden irrigation and ditchwater or rainwater use. Tallas is part of DAB, and therefore its pumps meet the same high standards, although lighter materials are often used, which makes a slight difference in quality. Tallas is particularly good at providing simple solutions, with which they equip their pumps as standard, and are ideal for many consumers. For example, a built-in pre-filter that protects the pump because it stops dirt from entering it, but also light garden pumps that are fitted with a handle and footrest. This makes them easy to move and immediately available for small irrigation jobs.

Customer reviews

Julian
Posted at 17-11-2016 Compact and powerful

Very pleased with this pressure booster. Installation was easy for me. Fitted in our meter cupboard, and we can barely hear it. Regards, a pleased customer

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a regular booster pump and the Tallas D-ECONCEPT?

What is the difference between the Tallas D-ECONCEPT and the DAB e.sybox mini?

What is a speed controller?

What can I use this pump for?

Can this pump be connected to the existing mains water pipes in my house?

What kind of water can I pump with this model?

Is the pump suitable for continuous operation?

Is it advisable to use a pre-filter?

How should the pump be installed?

The water to be drawn in by the pump is situated at a level lower than nine metres. How do I handle this?

What happens if the water from the source is finished?

Is the pump suitable for a drinking-water system?

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