Silent self-priming pool pump, 0.33 HP to 1 HP. Pump casing, pump foot, diffuser, impeller and seal holder disc made of fibreglass-filled polypropylene; motor shaft made of stainless steel (stainless steel AISI 431); special mechanical seal made of AISI 316; motor casing made of aluminium; NBR seals; bearings resistant up to 160 °C; condenser P2 10,000 h with aluminium casing; fitted with DN 50 bonded nozzles. Generally the Silen I electric pump is used for recirculation and filtration of water, even salty water (maximum 7 g of salt per litre of water), for swimming pools and fountains with a volume of up to 85mc (cubic metres).

Key Features

Brand ESPA
Type of power supply single-phase 230V 50Hz
Power P2 Hp 0,33Hp , 0,5Hp , 1 Hp
Suction diameter bonding DN 50 , threaded 2"1/4
Delivery diameter bonding DN 50 , threaded 2"1/4


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