Plavis 011-C | Wilo

Plavis 011-C

Technical data
Tender text

Condensate lifting unit for collecting and pumping condensate from condensing boilers, cooling systems and air-conditioning systems. Ready-to-plug version with adaptable rubber guide for the inlet pipe. The level control device of the condensate lifting unit is controlled via electrode level switching. An integrated non-return ball valve prevents the condensate from returning into the tank. Thanks to its modular design, the condensate lifting unit is compact, quiet and has lower power consumption.

Special features/product advantages

  • Reliable level measurement via electrode level switching
  • Easy installation thanks to Plug & Pump system with adaptable inlet
  • Quick and easy maintenance thanks to removable service cap and integrated non-return ball valve
  • Energy savings due to low electricity consumption (≤ 20 W)
  • Perfect integration into the customer environment thanks to its compact, modern construction and quiet operation (≤ 40 dBA)

Scope of delivery

  • Condensate lifting unit with electrode level switching
  • Tank, cover and service cap
  • 1.5 m long electric cable
  • Installation and operating instructions
Approved field of application
Fluid temperature T 5 °C
Ambient temperature T 5 °C
Motor data
Mains connection 1~100-240 V, 50 Hz
Voltage tolerance ±5 %
Rated power P2 15 W
Rated speed n 15000 1/min
Rated current IN 0.2 A
Insulation class B
Protection class motor IP20
Materials
Tank ABS
Pump housing ABS
Impeller POM
Motor housing ABS
Installation dimensions
Pipe connection on the suction side Ø 18-40mm
Pipe connection on the discharge side Ø 8-10mm
Ordering information
Brand Wilo
Product description Plavis 011-C
Net weight, approx. m 1 kg
Article number 2548593
Downloads

Installation and operating instructions

Wilo-Plavis

Article Number 4210255
Edition 2021-10
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 64
PDF (3 MB)

Certificate REACH (Documents)

REACH regulation

Edition 2021-10
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 2
PDF (162 KB)