Aspen rationalises range of tank condensate pumps

Published:  08 June, 2017

Aspen Pumps, condensate pump

Aspen Pumps has rationalised its range of condensate removal pumps with the launch of the Max Hi-Flow to replace all its existing tank pumps (the 0.5 l, 1 l and 2 l Hi-Flow), enabling distributors to hold less stock and AC contractors to stock fewer pumps in their vans.

These pumps have a low profile of only 134 mm high, 144 mm wide and 285 mm long — making installation in shallow ceiling voids simple so they are ideal for use in cassette air-conditioning applications.

The motor and impellor system have been designed to achieve a noise level of 44 dB(A), said to be the quietest on the market.

Aids to installation include multiple mounting clips, built-in spirit level and plug-and-play connection.

A quick-release reservoir enables the unit to be serviced while still attached to the wall or rod mounts.

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