Countercurrent swimming pump, self-priming from 2 HP to 4 HP. Pump body, pump foot, diffuser, impeller and seal-holder disc in polypropylene charged with fibreglass; motor shaft in stainless steel (AISI 431); mechanical seal in graphite and steatite, motor casing in aluminium; gaskets in NBR, in the single-phase version condenser P2 10,000 h with aluminium casing and built-in thermal protection that can be reset manually; fitted with 2" 1/2 threaded ports, with adjustable delivery. The Nadorself electric pump is generally used in swimming pools for counter-current swimming; also suitable for irrigation systems with fertilisers. 

Key Features

Brand ESPA
Power supply type single-phase 230V , three-phase 400V 50Hz
Power P2 Hp 2Hp , 3Hp , 4Hp
Suction diameter Threaded 2"1/2
Delivery diameter Threaded 2"1/2
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