Pump Centre Conference - Focus on Kessel - Ecolift XL

  • April 30, 2018

Reliability & Efficiency – The Greener Solution that delivers peace of mind!

Ecolift XL
Kessel Ecolift XL
The Kessel Ecolift XL uses the efficiency of the natural gradient during normal operation and only uses its pumps during times of backwater or flooding, pumping the building’s wastewater via a bypass directly into the surcharged sewer pipe.
Reliable operation
In the event of backwater, the motor-driven backwater flaps close and provide maximum flood protection to the building. The pneumatic level sensor assures accurate pump operation and provides an additional back-up alarm.
Ecolift XL is available with pumping capacities of 1.5 kilowatt to 4.5 kilowatt. In addition, KESSEL also offers solutions tailor-made to customer requirements. The hybrid lifting station can be used for free-standing set-up connected directly to the outlet of a grease separator for example, or for outdoor underground installation.

Low-noise operation

Despite the mechanical design and insulation of traditional lifting stations they are still a constant source of noise since every liter of a building’s wastewater needs to be pumped out. In contrast, the Ecolift XL uses the natural gradient to drain waste from the building and only activates the pumps during backwater. This means that pumping operation noise only occurs in exceptional cases. This is an advantage not only for apartment blocks with basement apartments, but also for commercially or public used buildings such as offices, schools, hospitals and residential homes for the elderly.

Installation in an inspection chamber also possible

The Ecolift XL is designed to a high-quality standard, the polymer inspection chamber is suitable both for installation in the ground or in concrete. The chamber is resistant to groundwater up to 3 metres and can be built up to a height of five metres. The chamber is available with an access opening of 600 millimetres in diameter and now also in a new version with a diameter of 800 millimetres.
This year our National Product Manager, Dave Whalley will be joined by Alan Sowerby and they really hope to see visitors “flooding” to our stand at the Pump Centre Conference, where they can learn more about technical specification, IPS first class service and KESSEL accredited training by the only person qualified to give training in the UK – our product manager.
To register for the event please CLICK HERE to be taken straight to the registration form.
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See you there on stand A21


3rd May 2018 at the International Centre, Telford.

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