Our Spillpress SP2ET Series of PED compliant pressurisation units are designed to maintain the water pressure in heating and chilled water systems for commercial situations where the pressure rise must be minimized. They have a very soft operation, low pressure rise and self-protection against malfunction.
Their principle of operation is to accommodate the expanded water volume as the temperature rises and then refill the system as the temperature decreases and the pressure drops.
By using near atmospheric diaphragm spill vessels, the series offers options to deal with systems of temperatures of 3° to 150°C (with buffer vessel), a fill pressure of up to 8.0 bar and a system content of 70,000 litres of water. All with twin pumps and a building management signals package. Floor standing, they have been designed ergonomically so there is no need to kneel when checking the controls. Built to last and run quietly and efficiently to save energy, they are also easy to service and maintain.
Available with multiple vessels or open tank.
How to Install
Supplied with pressure vessels which need to be installed, then connect the unit to power, water supply and system.
Please see the O and M manual for more information.
Features & Benefits
- Near atmospheric diaphragm spill vessels
- Temperatures 3° to 150°C
- Fill pressure up to 8.0 bar
- System content up to 70,000 litres
- Easy access to components for servicing
- Built to last
- Energy saving
- PED compliant
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.