2PUMP PICTOR

INNOVATIVE YET ENDURING

Innovation and endurance are not opposites. Both of these qualities characterise this compact feed pump, designed for spraying, pumping, injecting and filling liquid and paste-like compounds.

EXTREME PERFORMANCE

This compact, lighting current-operated unit is a real powerhouse. At 1.5 kW and with a smoothly adjustable output of 0,6 to 9,5 litres per minutes, working pressures of up to 25 bar and hose lengths of up to 35 m can be achieved.

REFINEMENT IN EVERY DETAIL

Thanks to its modular design, the MAI®2PUMP PICTOR can be disassembled into its main components extremely quickly. Cleaning and reassembly is just as fast. The MAI®-EASY-CLEAN-components supplied with the unit save time, make cleaning, maintenance and commissioning easier and consistently keep operating costs down.

THE ADVANTAGES AT A GLANCE

This pump has functions and features that are far from run-of-the-mill:

Wide range of applications (the optimal device for renovation projects)

230 V single-phase lighting current available at any construction site

Guaranteed to be rust-free thanks to its plastic and stainless steel design

Easy to transport (fits in any compact car)

Brilliantly easy to operate and clean

 

APPLICATIONS

Whitewashes, slurry and other thick or decorative coatings, composite mortar, concrete contact agent, concrete filler, bonding primer, spray primer, synthetic resin and mineral render up to 2 mm, house paints, caulking and waterproofing slurries, caulking mortar, micro-cement, injection glue, borehole suspensions.

TECHNICAL DATA

Operating voltage: 230V/1/N/PE/50Hz

Nominal power: 1,5 kW

Fusing: 16 A

Delivery rate:

Worm pump 24L 0S: 1,5 to 9,5 l/min infinitely adjustable

Worm pump 10L 0S: 0,6 to 4,0 l/min infinitely adjustable

L x W x H: 75 x 34 x 43 cm

Filling height: 75 cm

Total weight: 33 kg

 

 

 

For all questions regarding MAI technique please contact:

Manager
Manager
Mrs. Živilė Gaudėšienė
Mr. Rolandas Gaudėšius
Tel.: +370-686-87873
Tel.: +370-612-89588
zivile@salvis.lt
rolandas@salvis.lt

 

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