HOMA Pump Technology has complemented its suite of submersible pumps with the new Bully C150 WA. The new series is suitable for both clear water and drainage water applications for stationary or transportable installations. The C150 WA consists of a single-stage stainless-steel centrifugal pump with cooling jacket and bottom discharge design. It features an open multi-blade impeller for dirty and muddy media containing solids.

The C150 is constructed with a stainless-steel motor housing and screws, glass fiber reinforced plastic pump housing, suction strainer, and impeller, and NBR (acrylonitrile butadiene rubber) elastomers for superior abrasion resistance and extended service life.

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Thanks to an integrated lever float circuit, the Bully C150 provides automatic drainage based on water level dependent operation and control. The option of continuous operation, however, is made possible by means of a float lock.

The Bully C150 WA features a single-phase electric motor, with integrated temperature monitoring for motor protection. The motor comes with Class F insulation and a Class IP 68 protection rating. In addition, the stainless-steel motor shaft with ceramic-coated sealing surface and permanently lubricated roller bearings, provide enhanced reliability and service life.

The C150 can pump liquids including clear water, dirty water and grey water with solids up to 20 mm (0.8 inch) grain size, and can handle pumped media with a maximum temperature of 35° C (95° F), or briefly up to 60° C (140° F).

The Bully C150 delivers superior performance for irrigation and drainage tasks in clean or polluted water including cellar drainage, ensuring that pits, shafts and rooms are always kept dry. Other applications include lowering of surface waters, emergency use in flooding situations, water withdrawal from watercourses or reservoirs for irrigation, and more.

The standard 10 m (32.8 ft) connection cable allows an actual diving depth of 7 m (23 ft) and the partially flooded motor enables optimal cooling of the motor even when the motor is submerged. Automatic venting is made possible via an additional venting screw, and the removable suction strainer allows up to 5 mm of residual water to be sucked out.

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