DAB Pumping Stations

Опубликовано: 2019-04-29 Дополнено: 2019-05-06
DAB Pumping Stations

Various pumping stations for wide array of purposes. Long-term usage with high efficiency standards.


Booster set composed of a expansion vessel of 20 litres, pressure switch for automatic operation, pressure gauge, self-priming electropump complete with power cable and plug, all assembled and ready for installation.


Operating range: up to 5,4 m3/h with head up to 61 metres.

Liquid temperature range: up to +40°C.

Installation: fixed in a horizontal position.

Maximum operating pressure: 8 bar (800 kPa).



Fire-fighting booster sets with electric and diesel pumps, designed to meet the needs of automatic fixed sprinkler or hydrant fire-fighting systems of commercial buildings, in compliance with standard EN12845.

Operating range: from 10 to 650 m2/h - Max head: 12 bar (120 m).

Power range for electric and diesel pumps: up to 110 kW.

Max pressure: 16 bar - PN16.

Liquid temperature range:  from 0°C to +70°C.



Automatic, self-priming up to 8 metres, pressurisation system with multi-impellers (3-4-5) and integrated electronics.

Operating range: capacity up to 90 l/min; head up to 46 m.

Liquid temperature range: up to +40°C.

Maximum suction depth: 8 metres.

Maximum operating pressure: 6 bar (600 kPa).






e.sybox is a patented booster system, unique in its category, with high performances, efficient, compact, easy and satisfying in the use both for the installer and the final user.
When e.sybox mini is the solution for water boosting in small dwellings, e.sybox offers the same advantages in collective residential applications, such as villas or condos. Wireless technology allows to set up booster sets up to 4 pumps.

Operating range: capacity up to 120 l/min; head up to 65 m.

Liquid temperature range: from 0°C to +35°C for domestic use for other use: from 0°C to +40°C.

Insulation: Horizontal or vertical fixed position.

Maximum operating pressure: 8 bar (800 kPa).



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