Dual V3 Sump Pump Station for Basement and Cellar Drainage
The Dual V3 package pump station has been specifically designed for demanding and extreme environments.
What is a packaged pumping Station?
Packaged pumping stations provide an efficient and economical way of installing a suitable discharge point within a drainage system to remove foul water and/or ground water in areas of low gravity (basements and underground structures) where connection to mains drainage is difficult.
We specialise in the supply and manufacture of packaged pumping stations, ranging from small chambers for domestic installations to large bespoke chambers for commercial, industrial and renovation projects.
The Dual V3 works in harmony with the Delta Cavity Drainage System to collect Ground Water via a perimeter channel (Delta Drainage Channel) or 110mm pipe (129 detail) Delta Modular Drainage.
The Dual V3 chamber is manufactured from superior high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and can withstand hydrostatic forces encountered in all demanding and unsympathetic applications. The Dual V3 offers unrivalled capabilities.
The Dual V3 package includes chamber, all internal pipe work and two powerful V3 pumps.
The Dual V3 pumps are factory set to activate at different levels. One V3 pump being the primary and the secondary pump acting as a back-up.
The Dual V3 Pump Station is suitable for collecting groundwater from a 150m2 basements and surface water from a 12m2 light well.
Contents 1 x Chamber 785x655mm deep, including internal pipework & 2 x V3 Pumps
Suitable for use with the Maxx family product range
Ready for immediate and simple installation
Suitable for Flood Resilience
Suitable for new, existing and retrofit basement projects
Ability to easily deal with groundwater conditions
BS 8102:2009 Type C Drained Protection
Retail Units and Warehouses
Underground Rail Stations and Tunnelling
Underground Car Parking areas
Insulated Formwork Construction (ICF)
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