Tsurumi’s Tiny pump cleans up stronger

Tsurumi has given its LSC a performance increase: the brand new version of the residual dewatering pump now reaches cellars 15 m deep.
LSC is a powerful new tool for removing soiled water out of buildings.
Compared to its nearly equivalent predecessor, Tsurumi‘s new LSC2.75S model has an output increase of round 36 percent but is simply fifty five mm taller. With 750 w of motor energy, the submersible pump now moves 228 lpm. Alternatively, it could pump over a vertical distance of 15 m, which is equal to about 5 building flooring. Placed on level floor, the LSC draws off the undesirable water leaving solely a residual height of about 1 mm.
The pumping motion doesn’t must be supervised. The LSC can be repositioned throughout operation without water running again. Due to the small diameter of the housing, the pump matches through slender pipes with inner diameters of 200 mm. In top, the pump measures only 37 cm total, with a dry weight of only 15 kg. There aren’t any protruding components, the base plate is manufactured from rubberised stainless steel.
Copy can flip the hose nozzle (50 mm) to empty the water horizontally instead of vertically. Sucked up pebbles 6 mm in dimension are technically irrelevant. Lubrication and cooling is assured even when no water is flowing. The cable inlet is forged, making a short circuit due to creeping water inconceivable. Ultra-hard materials similar to silicon carbide in the mechanical seal stand for long service lives.