The back-up sump pumps systems HELP are anti black-out systems for single-phase loads. They are mainly used to control and supply sump pumps in black-out conditions.
HELP is very easy to install. The range includes 9 main models for different power to supply and each model is proposed with with several kit of batteries according to the required time of endurance.
- Innovative Design
- Multifunction backlit Display for the visualization of the system status
- Load test settable from the display
- battery holder »DESIGN»
- »DUO» Version for exchange and/or simultaneous operation in 2 pumps systems
- Box in methacrylate easy opening
- Dimensions 40x26x58 cm
- Easy handle for moving
- Protection degree IP 32
The anti-flooding systems HELP
are studied and designed to protect your rooms against floods and drawbacks caused by temporary black-out often happening during storms or other adverse atmospheric conditions When there is a lack of mains supply HELP converts the 12V batteries supplied voltage in 230V voltage through an inverter, supplying electric energy to the devices connected (electric npumps or others) HELP has an easy installation and it needs a minimum maintenance, such as the periodic control of batteries and their replacement at the end of their running life. The control of the instrument status is simple and fast by checking the LCD display that constantly visualizes messages concerning the operation, the number and the duration of the interventions, the possible alarms. The self-test function is integrated and allows to keep the pumps working correctly and ready for emergency.
Anti-flooding systems for underground technical room (norma UNI-EN 11292)
The technical rooms must be connected to the drainage system of the site where they are located, with a gravity connection able to unload a lack of water at least of 20 m3/h.
Should this not be possible it is necessary to consider a system of automatic control and protection at least of 2 drainage pumps.
Discharge of drainage pump must be not less than the 5% of the maximum discharge.
Minimum discharge = 10 m3/h.
It is necessary to provide for minimum 30 minutes of emergency electric supply for 1 of the 2 pumps at least.