STANLEY SM21 - Submersible Pump

€2,440.00*

Product number: STANLEY SM-21-51101
Product information "STANLEY SM21 - Submersible Pump"
The SM21 Submersible  Pump is a small diameter (caisson style) self priming hydraulic dewatering pump with a discharge flow of 300 gpm thru a 2½" NPFT discharge. At only 6¼" wide the SM21 can fit in small openings. The cast iron impeller is within ¾" of the base allowing it to remove more liquids than other pumps.
Particularly narrow pump. Ideally suited for narrow shafts.
  • Water flow rate: 1,125 L / min.
  • Max. Delivery head: 30 m
  • Grain: 9 mm
  • Hose connection: 2 ½ “NPT female
  • Oil volume (inlet): 15-34 L / min. (30) @ 70-140 bar
  • Impeller cast iron, go. Cast iron
  • Dimensions: 406x159 mm
  • Weight: 9.1 kg
Properties from "STANLEY SM21 - Submersible Pump"
Drive: Hydraulic connection, constant flow rate
Förderleistung: 1000 bis 2499 L/min
Grain / passage: 9 mm
Hose connection: 2-1/2" NPT-IG (female)
Hydraulic oil flow input: 15-34 L/min.
Max. oil flow output: 1.125 L/min.
Max. pumping height: 30 Meter
Working pressure: 140 BAR / 2.030 PSI
For the builders and protectors, for the makers and explorers, for those shaping and reshaping our world through hard work and inspiration, Stanley Black & Decker provides the tools and innovative solutions you can trust to get the job done — and we have since 1843. 
Our commitment to quality, safety and sustainability keeps us focused on our path to becoming the type of uniquely human-centered global industrial company that keeps every stakeholder in mind, while being For Those Who Make The World.
STANLEY Infrastructure, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, is a global manufacturer of hydraulic tools and attachments with world class brands such as STANLEY, Paladin, LaBounty and Pengo. STANLEY Infrastructure has rich history focusing on bringing innovative solutions to market and is recognized around the world for the strength of its people, products and brands. 
STANLEY Infrastructure is a growth platform with plans to double it’s revenue over the next few years through organic growth and strong corporate M&A commitment.