Fixed calibration pressure flow switch. Body, upper part and gland made of polypropylene, internal diaphragm made of EPDM, stainless steel screws (stainless steel AISI 304). In-line suction and delivery connections 1" male.
Equipped with electronic automatic start and stop device to prevent the pump from dry running. Automatic reset,  1.5 Bar reset pressure.
The FLOYPRES pressure flow switch is generally used to control the operation of a pump by ensuring a constant pressure in the system. Ideal for pressurising small buildings and irrigation systems. 10 A electronic card.
Max. power 0.75 kW (1 HP) at 115 V.
Max power 1.5 kW (2HP) at 230 V.
Made in Italy, CE and TUV certified.

Key Features

Operating pressure Max 12 bar
Working temperature Max 65°C
Threaded end Gc 1"
Current Max 10 A
Voltage 115 / 230 Vac


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