Biolan Submersible Pump
  • flow: 130 l.p.m.
  • maximum head: 5 m
  • power requirement: 350 W
  • maximum submersing depth: 7 m
  • hose connectors: 25, 32 and 36 mm
  • IP rating: IP 68
  • weight: 2,9 kg

Placing the pump in the well (Biolan Pump Well)

The pump is placed at the bottom of the well. The bulge in the cover of the well shall be shawn off to make an opening for the pipe leaving from the pump and the electric conductor. The pump is lowered to the botton of the well and lifted for maintenance usinf the cord or the wire rope fixed to it. 
 
Connecting the Biolan Submersible Pump to the Biolan Greywater Filter or Sauna Filter

Connect a fabric-reinforced hose with a smooth surface and 32 mm in diameter to the Submersible Pump and tighten with a hose clamp.

A reduction sleeve is needed for connecting the hose coming from the pump to the Greywater Filter. reducing 75 mm to 32 mm (HVAC-number 2480 104).

Maintenance of the Biolan Submersible Pump 

The Pump Well must be emptied and the Submersible Pump serviced as required, however, at least once a year.
 
Lift the pump up from the well. Open the suction chamber of the pump and clean it of possible hair, grease or debris. Check the connection of the hose to the pump.

If the purifier is not used in winter, lift the pump up from the Pump Well in the autumn

  • flow: 130 l.p.m.
  • maximum head: 5 m
  • power requirement: 350 W
  • maximum submersing depth: 7 m
  • hose connectors: 25, 32 and 36 mm
  • IP rating: IP 68
  • weight: 2,9 kg