Halm: Circulation pumps for solar systems

Halm: Circulation pumps for solar systems
(PresseBox) ( Baltmannsweiler, )
Especially for the delivery of pure water or water-glycol mixtures in thermal collector systems Halm provides solar circulation pumps with particular high temperature resistance and robust accomplishment.

The solar circulation pumps SUP have been designed for capacities of up to 5,5 m³/h and are therefore especially suited for installations with normal to high flows.

They feature cataphoretically coated housings and materials especially selected for the appli-cation in solar systems. Water-glycol mixtures with media temperatures of short-termly up to 130°C (266°F) and with a glycol ratio of up to 40% can easily be delivered.

By means of an almost entirely resin-filled interior the pumps are completely and reliably protected against the formation of condensation water. They feature protection class IP 44 and are available with pressure heads of 4m or 6m and 1" connection.

Richard Halm GmbH + Co. KG, headquartered in the Stuttgart (Germany) region, is a medium-sized manufacturer of pump and drive technology as well as main office of a group of companies with 4 locations within Europe.

Founded in 1957 by Richard Halm in the Swabian village Baltmannsweiler, the family-owned enterprise has specialised in the development, production and sales of circulation pumps and asynchronous squirrel-cage motors for an international clientele for many years and has made a name for itself.
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