F1-27 – Centrifugal Pump Characteristics

 

F1-27 – Centrifugal Pump Characteristics

This accessory offers enhanced capabilities provided by the inclusion of a variable-speed pump with inverter drive rather
than a fixed-speed pump.

Description

This accessory comprises a variable speed pump assembly and independent discharge manifold interconnected by flexible tubing with quick release connectors. This auxiliary pump is intended to be used in conjunction with the basic Hydraulics Bench F1-10/F1-10-2.
The pump speed is varied by an inverter drive. The motor speed, output voltage and motor current can be monitored on the inverter display. A compound pressure gauge is mounted on the pump inlet and a pressure gauge is mounted on the pump outlet.

An independent discharge manifold incorporates a pressure gauge and flow control valve prior to a discharge pipe with diffuser.

The auxiliary pump is mounted on a support plinth designed to be positioned on the floor besides the hydraulics bench , adjustable feet allowing levelling.

Technical Specifications

Pump: Centrifugal type

Max head : 21m H2O

Max flow: 1.35 l/s

Motor rating: 0.36kW

Speed controller: Frequency inverter

Speed range: 0-1500 rpm

Pressure gauge range: 0-60m H2O

Compound gauge range: –10 to +32m H2O

See Hydraulics Bench F1-10 technical details for primary pump characteristics

Features & Benefits

Downloads

  • Determining the relationship between head, discharge, speed, power and efficiency for a centrifugal pump at various speeds
  • Determining the head/flow rate characteristics of two similar pumps operating in either parallel or series configuration at the same speed

Electrical supply: 

F1-27-A: 220-240V / 1ph / 50Hz @ 10 amp

F1-27-G: 220V / 1ph / 60Hz @ 10 amp

G version has optional 1.5kVA transformer available to accommodate 120V / 1ph / 60Hz

Requires Hydraulics Bench Service unit F1-10/F1-10-2

Length:0.36m

Width: 0.16m

Height: 0.325m

F1-27

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