|Output (Hgs=1,5 m) [Q]:||1600 l/min (96 m3/h)|
|Lifting height (Hgs=1,5 m) [H]:||10 bar (1 MPa-100 m H2O)|
|Rotational speed (Hgs=1,5 m) [n]:||3200 obr/min|
|Output (Hgs=7,5 m) [Q]:||800 l/min (48 m3/h)|
|Lifting height (Hgs=7,5 m) [H]:||8 bar (0,8 MPa-80 m H2O)|
|Rotational speed (Hgs=7,5 m) [n]:||3200 obr/min|
|Dimension:||722 x 600mm (lenght x height)|
The fire engine pump is a horizontal, single-step structure (with one rotor), with an axial inlet and with a radial outlet. The fire engine pump inlet is adapted for connection of the suction line, Ø 110, via a cap, 110, and is provided with a lateral connection for connection of the line from the fire-fighting vehicle tank. At the outlet, there is located a forcing distributor. On both sides of the distributor, there are located oblique disk valves, ZK65, adapted for connection of two forcing lines, Ø 75 (via the caps 75). The fire engine pump shaft is supported in two anti-friction bearings lubricated in an oil bath. The water part, from the bearing (oil) part, is separated with a service-free mechanical face sealing. At the shaft end, there is located a coupling enabling connection with a typical driving shaft of the fire-fighting vehicle. On the bearing body of the fire engine pump, A 16/10, there is mounted a vacuum pump, TPP 2, serving for sucking water from an external source and for priming the fire engine pump.
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