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Condensate extraction pumps for boilers, furnaces & HVAC systems

A condensate pump is designed to pump condensate water produced by conditioned building air that has been cooled or heated, including refrigerated or freezer air, boiler steam in heat exchangers and radiators and furnace exhaust streams. As its names suggests, a condensate removal pump is used to extract condensate from the HVAC system’s pipework and move it around the plant where it can be treated, converted back to steam and then pumped back into the system to be reused.

Air conditioning condensate pumps usually only have to handle relatively clean water condensation, whereas steam condensate from boilers and furnaces often includes contaminants including dust, or chemicals from an exhaust system. Therefore boiler and furnace condensate pumps need to be able to cope with more demanding conditions. Side channel pumps are usually the best options for condensate water pumps thanks to their ability to handle liquids with gas and air content.

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A condensate pump is designed to pump condensate water produced by conditioned building air that has been cooled or heated, including refrigerated or freezer air, boiler steam in heat exchangers and radiators and furnace exhaust streams. As its names suggests, a condensate removal pump is used to extract condensate from the HVAC system’s pipework and move it around the plant where it can be treated, converted back to steam and then pumped back into the system to be reused.

Air conditioning condensate pumps usually only have to handle relatively clean water condensation, whereas steam condensate from boilers and furnaces often includes contaminants including dust, or chemicals from an exhaust system. Therefore boiler and furnace condensate pumps need to be able to cope with more demanding conditions. Side channel pumps are usually the best options for condensate water pumps thanks to their ability to handle liquids with gas and air content.

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Azcue MA Close Coupled Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 3M³H
  • Max. Head 60M
  • Max. Temp 90°C
  • DN 1” Outlet

Azcue MO Close Coupled Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 9M³H
  • Max. Head 225M
  • Max. Temp 90°C
  • DN 1” – 1.5” Outlet

Azcue BR Long Coupled Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 45M³H
  • Max. Head 225M
  • Max. Temp 130°C
  • DN25 – DN65 Outlet

Azcue BR-RR Long Coupled Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 45M³H
  • Max. Head 225M
  • Max. Temp 130°C
  • DN25 – DN65 Outlet

Azcue C Vertical Multistage Centrifugal Pump

  • Up to 40M³H
  • Max. Head 200M
  • Max. Temp 120°C
  • DN 32-100 Outlet

Sero SOH – SOHB – SOHM Series Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 7.5M³H
  • Max. Head 15.5 bar
  • Max. Temp 120°C
  • 1” - 1 ½” Outlet

Sero SEMA Series Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 36M³H
  • Max. Head 32 bar
  • Max. Temp 200°C
  • 3/4” - 2” Outlet

Sero SFH Series Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • ​Up to 20M³H
  • Max. Head 26 bar
  • Max. Temp 120°C
  • 1” - 2” Outlet

Sero SVG - SVM Series Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 20M³H
  • Max. Head 5.2 bar
  • Max. Temp 120°C
  • 1” - 2” Outlet

Sero SRZ Series Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • ​Up to 36M³H
  • Max. Head 35 bar
  • Max. Temp 220°C
  • 3/4” - 2 ½” Outlet

Sero SRZS Series Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 36M³H
  • Max. Head 35 bar
  • Max. Temp 220°C
  • Outlet 3/4” - 4”

Sero SHP Self Priming Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 8.5M³H
  • Max. Head 1200M
  • Max. Temp 150°C

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