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Solarfill 2 - Solar Thermal Systems Filling Pump

Solarfill 2 -  Solar Thermal Systems Filling Pump
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Model:  SFIL2

Solarfill 2 is a portable pump for filling and flushing the system for use with Solar Thermal Systems.

The lntaeco Solarfill 2 is a solar thermal filling set designed to make the filling and flushing of aqueous-glycol based systems easy. Solarfill 2 features a robust trolley type design, with swivel wheels allowing it to be easily manoeuvred into position in the plant room.

The Solarfill 2 allows for the portable pump and reservoir method of filling the system with the solar glycol medium. Hoses connect to the filling ports on the pump station and the pump pressure can be set from 1 to 5 bar.

This pump has a pressure limiter fitted, 25 Litre reservoir tank, Strainer and fill connection with 3/4" male connection. An alternative reservoir connection is available for pumping from an external container. 240 volt as standard, 110 volt versions are available to order.

  • Increased capacity 30 litre solar fluid tank with large lid for easy filling
  • New 0.5 Hp pump
  • Reduced noise level during operation
  • Filling port with shut-off ball valve and flexible connection hose
  • Flushing/de-aeration port with shut-off ball valve & flexible hose
  • Clear large capacity bowl filter replaces old “Y” strainer
  • Pressure gauge
  • High output filling pump with cast iron body and brass manifold
  • Variable pressure regulator to set fill pressure
  • Inlet for connection to an external tank
  • Optional manual pump for pressurising (without electrical power)
 Max. Flow Rate  23 litres per minute
 Max. Pressure  5 bar g
 Size  390mm d x 320mm w x 780mm h (with wheels)
 Connections  3/4" BSP male
 Weight  15.5kg when empty
 Electrical  230v/240v or 110v 
 Net Frequency  50Hz
 Motor  IP55
 Min. Glycol Temp.  +05°C
 Max. Glycol Temp.  +3 5°C
Data Sheet            Operation Instructions