Davey DCS40A Double Case Automatic Sump Pump

$549.00
Brand Davey
Model DCS40A
Availability In Stock
General information

 

Choose double case submersible pumps when the pump may be at risk of only being partially submerged.  The double case allows for full water flow around the pump motor for superior cooling and a longer pump life.

Double case pumps are capable of pumping clean water with a maximum of 10% small soft organic solids.  Diameter of less than 10mm. Water should be of a neutral pH.  Some accelerated wear is expected when pumping hard solids in suspension.

 

Suitable applications include:

• Domestic fountains or waterfalls

• Sump emptying

• Emergency flood relief

• Water transfer

• Pumping in partially submerged applications

 

These pumps are suitable for fish ponds and aquaculture.

Please note:

  • DC10 models are able to pump clean water of neutral pH containing up to 10% of small soft organic solids (<10mm OD)
  • DCS40 models and above are able to pump sewage or 'grey water' of neutral pH containing up to 10% of small soft organic solids(<10mm OD)
Pump Range
ModelkWVoltageOutlet size 
DC10M 0.1 220/240 1"  
DC10A 0.1 220/240 1" with float
DCS40A 0.4 220/240 2" with float
DCS40M 0.4 220/240 2"  
DCS55M 0.55 220/240 2"  
DCS55A 0.55 220/240 2" with float
DCS75M 0.75 220/240 2"  
DCS75A 0.75 220/240 2" with float
DCS150 1.5 220/240 2"  
DCST08 0.75 415 2"  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selection Guide:

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 Pump Curve

 

DC dewatering DC10a DCS150

 

 

Documents below are available for download

• Double Cased Dewatering Pump Datasheet
 
• Double Cased Stainless Steel Dewatering Pump Datasheet
 
• Small Sump Pumps Installation and Operating Instruction
 
Spec & Features
  • Features and technical specification of the product. Please contact us for further information and specifics.
  • Output power
    400w
  • Max. Flow
    240 lpm
  • Head
    12m
  • Max. submergence
    10m
  • Outlet
    2” F
  • Max. operating temperature
    50°C
  • Warranty
    2 Years
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