This is our basic booster set available with two, three or four pumps, suitable for residential or commercial premises, to boost the water pressure up to 14.0 bar, with a water flow of up to 28 litres per second where a BMS output is not required.
The range has been designed to increase the pressure of the cold/hot water services within a building, where the existing incoming water mains or feed tank is not capable of supplying sufficient system pressure. They are fitted with energy efficient, variable speed motors, a consumer box and the latest flow-through vessels, which ensure a soft start and even wear of the pumps. They run quietly ensuring a smooth supply of water.
The sets are fitted with advanced controls to protect against malfunction.
How to Install
They can be configured to the installer’s needs to save space for fitting whilst still maintaining easy access for service and maintenance.
If there are serious space constraints, they can be assembled on site.
They require a break tank, pipework connections and power supply.
Please see the O and M manual for more information.
Features & Benefits
- Flexibility of one to four pumps.
- Stainless steel bases and panel stands with inbuilt cable runs (reducing risk of tripping on loose cables)
- No signal interference
- Easy access to components
- Built to last
- Temperature range 5°C to 30°C
- Energy saving
- Flows up to 28 litres/s
- Heads up to 14.0 bar
- WRAS Approved
We can provide an ergonomic wall mounted panel to accommodate access in tight plantrooms.
For further information please see technical data sheet.
Installation and Maintenance by Aquatech Pressmain
All Aquatech Pressmain products can be installed by us. Our installation service includes commissioning. They are also all available with maintenance agreements, ensuring the product will be regularly serviced and maintained by our own experienced AGM service engineers, maximising efficiency and giving you peace of mind. We also offer a 24/7 call out service in case of unforeseen problems.
For more information on installation and maintenance, or to apply for a maintenance agreement please click here.