Grundfos DWK Dewatering Pumps and also designed for drainage applications. The cast iron construction nd the hydraulic design contribute durability and high efficiency. The differences between the DWK is in the discharge arrangement and installation type. Grundfos DWK Dewatering Pumps designed with a top discharge pipe and suction strainer, suitable for temporary installation, whereas the DPK has a side discharge and a ring-stand or auto coupling, and is suitable for permanent installations.
The pumps are designed with semi-open or enclosed impeller for pumping water in a wide range of building and industrial applications.
Grundfos DWK are made of resistant materials, such as cast iron and high-chrome stainless steel.
The pumps are fitted with-2 poles motor from 0.75 kW up to 90 kW. The free passage in the pump is 10 to 200
The pumps are ideal for the pumping of the liquids.
Discharge connection :
- DIN flange coupling for standard version
- Hose coupling for R-versions
The pump discharge is available with hose or flange connections as standard, or without any connection as a variant.
Features and Benefits :
- Ductile/ high-chrome impeller
- Easy to operate
- High efficiency
- Compact design
- High pressure capabilities
- Installation flexibility
- Cost effectiveness
– Construction sites
– Excavation sites
– Underground building pits
– Industrial pits
– Stormwater pits
Technical Data :
- Flow rate : maximum 120 l/s
- Head : maximum 102 m
- Liquid temperature : 0 to 40℃