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Sewage lifting station compli 500

compli 500

Sewage lifting station for single dwellings with continued sewage water inlet

  • PE-tank capacity approx. 115 Ltr.
  • inlet flange DN 100 / 150
  • floor to centre inlet variable
  • Hmax = 20 m
  • Qmax = 76 m3/h

The compli 500 has been designed specifically for the sewage from single dwellings with continued sewage water inlet and for a larger tank volume. It is also extremely easy to handle and installation requires a minimum of space. The PE-tank has accessible pipe connections and a particularly simple "pinch" type inlet flange for the connection of pipe or bend. As all units, the maintenance is extremly simple: the tank has a top mounted inspection opening and, if necessary, the pumping unit can be removed/ replaced in minutes and without disturbing the tank assembly.

 

How much energy is consumed by a sewage lifting station?

Flooded basement and destroyed cellar apartments are almost daily to see in newspapers or other news articles. A sewage lifting system, which reliably prevents backflow flooding from the sewer, would avoid flood damages in most of the cases.

However, many homeowners prefer to use simple backflow flaps, because they are quickly to install and they think that sewage pumps will cause supposed high energy consumption. But the latter is a prejudice that can easily be disproved.

Marc explains to his neighbors Franz in this explanatory video how a lifting system works and that this causes only very low energy costs.