The SIP 150-6 + RPM manual Screw Impeller Pump is controlled by an analog/PLC controller. This mobile pump is powered by the ‘good old-fashioned’ air-cooled Hatz 2M41 two-cylinder engine. The unit is engine-wise ‘easy to understand’ and simple to maintain.
The SIP 150-6 RPM manual configuration is a pumpunit supplied with an typical old-fashioned pump-controller but already equipped with an electromagnetic clutch on the vacuum pump. This “extra standard” ensures that the vacuum pump does not operate when the Screw-Impeller Pump is running on water and is pumping.
These automatic operating clutch for vacuumpump saves energy, maintance costs on vacuum system and will increase your profits!.
This configuration features a simple ‘one-ball-float‘ level control that can start the engine at a set level in the pump pit.
As soon as the ball float rises “up”, the engine will starts running on the manually set RPM.
The “Stop” signal is activated automaticly, as soon as the pit is dry and air is detected in suction,
After that the unit has stopped, it will wait till the time that the ball float is “up” again.
The unit is also standard supplied with a second, and simulair, ball float switch, what can be connected to be used as a a stop signal for those situations that the pit can’t not be pumped completely empty.
Note: Automatic RPM adjustments is NOT integrated into this ‘+ RPM manual‘ controller.
RPM adjustment is achieved by a manual movement of the throttle handle, which is mounted on the engine. To access the throttle lever, you need to open the canopy door on the right side of the controller.
This pump unit is entirely self-contained and equipped with all the convenient elements Impulse always offers. It has its own fuel tank and is designed to perform reliably in the most demanding and challenging conditions worldwide.
Please note that this SIP 150-6 with Hatz 2M41 configuration is not allowed in the USA and Canada due to their local environmental regulations.