The SIP 150-6 + RPM switch Screw Impeller Pump is controlled by an anolog/plc controller. This mobile pump is driven by the “good old vasion” aircolled Hatz 2M41 2 cilinder engien. The unit is engine wise “easy to understand” and to maintain.
The Anolog + RPM switch configuration is a tipical old-fasion controller however already equiped with an electromagnetic clutch on the vacuumpump so that the vacuumpump is not working at the time the screw-impeller pump has water and is pumping.
This configuration has a simple “one ball-float” level control what’s able to start and stop the engine on a set level in the pump pit.
As soon as ball float goes “up” the engine will start to run on the manual set RPM.
Automaticly RPM adjustments is NOT integrated in this Anolog + RPM switch controller.
The set level for RPM can be adjusted without opening the canopy door(s) directly by a switch on the dashboard.
Pump unit is completely self-contained, and provided with all the conviniant elements Impulse is always offering.
Its equipped with its own fuel tank and designed to perform in the most demanding and tough conditions at all corners of the world..
This Sip 150-6 with Hatz 2M41 configuration is not allowed in USA and Canada because of their local envoirmental regulations.
Here are some notable facts:
– Running time on a full tank of 200 liters: on average 85 hours
– Solids passage: 100 mm
– Max. capacity / Max. pressure: 385 m3/h / 28 meters