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Break tank for fire extinguishing systems (round version), 150 L | Wilo

Break tank for fire extinguishing systems (round version), 150 L

Article number: 2546140
Technical data
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Atmospherically ventilated break tank for indirect connection to the drinking water supply network. System separation in accordance with DIN EN 1717 by means of safety device “free drain”, type AB in accordance with EN 13077.

The overflow alarm fitted as standard can be connected to a switchgear and then triggers an alarm signal when the break tank overflows.

When using, please observe the corresponding standards (DIN 1988-600, DIN 1988-500) and the regulations of the local water supply companies.

Fields of application

  • Indirect connection of fire extinguishing systems, in accordance with DIN 1988-600, to the public drinking water network.
  • Indirect connection of pressure-boosting system, in accordance with DIN 1988-500, to the public drinking water network.

Scope of delivery

Round design PE tank with:

  • Water level indicator
  • Draining
  • Float switch as low-water signal transmitter
  • Venting and exhaust with valve plate
  • Inspection opening with cover that can be closed without tools
  • Inner wash plates for slowing down the fluid
  • Inlet, overflow, draw-off connection

Installation instructions

  • Flat, horizontal, frost-resisting
  • Provide sufficient space for inspection
Technical data
Break tank volume V 150 l
Min. fluid temperature 5 °C
Max. fluid temperature 40 °C
Tank material PE
Inlet connection 1x Ø43mm (11/4“)
Outlet connection Rp 2
Flush connection - in
Overflow 1 x HT 100
Evacuation connection Rp ½
Ordering information
Length L 1024 mm
Width W 800 mm
Height H 1050 mm
Net weight, approx. 23 kg
Make Wilo
Item no. 2546140

Installation and operating instructions


Article Number 2530098
Edition 2018-11
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 72
PDF (1 MB)

Certificate REACH

REACH Regulation

Edition 2021-05
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 4
PDF (212 KB)