Domestic water supply system TGP 1025 E
Service water pump permitting the utilization of alternative water sources in your household and thus saving drinking water.
AN ALTERNATIVE FOR THE DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY
You would like to be independent of the drinking water network and use rainwater for your domestic water supply? Your remote holiday home is not connected to the municipal water supply network? If so, the domestic water supply system TGP 1025 E is just what you need!
The powerful 1,000 W domestic water supply system TGP 1025 E with integrated pressure tank (19 litres) pumps free service water fully automatically through the entire house. The pump can easily be integrated into an existing water network and permits the economic utilization of rain or ground water regardless of a connection to the regular drinking water system.
High conveying capacity
With a conveying capacity of up to 3,300 litres per hour the pump can extract water from a pool, well or cistern so as to use it for, say, toilet flushing, the operation of a washing machine or of sprinkler systems in front yards or kitchen gardens. The compensation tank ensures a constant pressure of 3 bar within the system. Both suction and pressure connection come with a thread that has a diameter of 1'' or 3.33 cm (G1).
DESIGNED FOR A LONG LIFETIME
The pump housing is splash-proof from all directions as per protection type IPX4 and made of impact-resistant plastic as well as of metal coated with protective paint. The high-quality face seal, the two robust metal threads at the suction and pressure side, the maintenance-free aluminium winding motor featuring a high corrosion resistance and the integrated thermal protection circuit that prevents overheating all ensure a long lifetime of the domestic water supply system.
Particularly convenient application is facilitated by the large inlet opening for easy filling of the pump and the practical on/off switch at the side of the pump. If the domestic water supply system is not used all year, it is essential to drain all water from the pump housing prior to storing it away for the winter. For this purpose the TGP 1025 E is fitted with a water drain screw through which the housing can easily be emptied so as to protect the pump from potential frost damage. For permanent stationary application the domestic water supply system can be firmly affixed via bore holes in the pump foot.
Functional principle of the pressure tank
The pressure compensation tank plays a vital role in the automatic water supply using our domestic water supply systems. The larger the dimensions of the pressure tank, the less frequently will the pump need to switch on. Consequently, the water reserve within the pressure tank avoids the unnecessary starting of the pump when withdrawing only small quantities such as a glass of water. The larger the tank, the more fluid does it hold and the less frequently will the pump need to switch on. Seeing as each start-up of the pump requires energy, this reduced switch-on frequency also means a reduction in the energy consumption and costs. Moreover, fewer switch-ons ensure a more sparing system operation with reduced wear. The noises caused by the start-up and operation of the pump are equally reduced.
SAVING UP TO 50 % OF THE EXPENSIVE TAP WATER
Including alternative water sources for the daily use in your home's water supply network is only reasonable – both from an ecological and economical viewpoint. After all, you can save money with every application of the pump. Not only is it much less expensive to water your garden during the summer with pumped, non-potable service water as opposed to with purchased industrial water – the alternative water supply for flushing the toilet can be ensured all year round. You can also run your washing machine on rain or well water. And it pays!
With an average of 250 washing cycles a three-person household consumes more than 18,000 litres of drinking water per year. On top of this, approx. 43,000 litres of water are flushed down the toilet and 1,750 litres are used for watering in the garden. This totals up to more than 62,000 litres which represents 50 % of the average water consumption of a family of three. An enormous savings potential that can be exploited by using the domestic water supply system TGP 1025 E.
And this benefits you in more than one way! Drinking water from the tap is often limy. On the one hand the minerals contained in the lime are beneficial to our health, at the same time, though, the hard water leads to limescale in household appliances thus reducing their service life. Soft rainwater on the other hand goes easy on your washing machine which extends its lifespan.
Possible applications in your home and garden
What you garden needs above all else during the summer is water – plenty of it and at regular intervals. In addition to its application for the domestic water supply the domestic water supply system TGP 1025 E can also be connected to all customary sprinklers and irrigation systems via the practical universal connections: Ranging from the individual garden hose fitted with a spray gun for the manual watering of plants to the fully automatic watering of your lawn and entire garden by means of sprinklers and irrigation systems. At the push of a button the powerful 1,000 W pump TGP 1025 E delivers free service water – amongst other things also for work with a high-pressure cleaner, e.g. to clean terraces or walkways or as a means to car valeting.
The annual savings profile is rounded off with the domestic water supply system's high energy efficiency. The pressure stored within the solid pressure tank of the TGP 1025 E permits many small water withdrawals without the pump starting each time. This significantly reduces the switch-on frequency, the pump is spared and the energy consumption noticeably reduced.
The general rule is:
When no drinking water quality is required, the domestic water supply system can be used as alternative water supplier for your home and garden. The tap water of your local supplier is simply replaced by pumped free, non-potable service water.
Special equipment features of the TGP 1025 E
All Domestic water supply systems in direct comparison:
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A few practical benefits:
- Impressive 1,000 watts of power for pumping up to 3,300 litres per hour
- Maximum delivery head: 30 m
- Ideal for pumping clear water from alternative water sources such as wells or rainwater cisterns
- For effortless service water supply or irrigation in your home or garden
- Pump housing made of impact-resistant plastic and high corrosion resistance due to aluminium winding motor
- Stable metal threading at the suction and pressure side
- High-quality face seal for a long lifetime
- Maintenance-free motor with integrated thermal protection circuit activated by overheating of the device
- IPX4 type of protection for the pump – splash-proof from all directions
- IP44 type of protection for the mains plug – splash-proof
- User-friendly thanks to the large inlet opening for easy filling of the pump
- Protected against frost – residual water can be discharged conveniently via the water drain screw
- Convenient on/off switch
- Energy-saving thanks to automatic switch-on and switch-off
- Stable pump foot with holes for easy fastening
- TÜV-tested quality
Best quality guarantee
With the TGP 1025 E you are always on the safe side, for this domestic water supply system is supplied in TÜV-tested quality, thus guaranteeing high value, safety and functionality.
Brand quality plus cost-efficiency
Reliable, powerful and suited for the most challenging fields of application: these are some of the quality features of Trotec's domestic water supply systems. Thanks to their high capacity they are able to withstand the most extreme conditions. HighPerformance for demanding applications – after all, Trotec stands for brand quality and professional solutions with an excellent value-for-money ratio!
A suitable pump for any application scenario
Depending on your individual requirements Trotec's submerged clear water pumps TWP 4005 E, TWP 7505 E and TWP 9005 E recommend themselves with a delivery head of up to 11.5 metres and flow rates ranging up to 14,000 litres per hour. TWP 4005 E TWP 7505 E TWP 9005 E With a delivery head of up to 11 metres and flow rates of up to 15,000 litres per hour the submerged waste water pumps TWP 4025 E, TWP 7025 E and TWP 11025 E from Trotec are also suitable for pumping contaminated water. TWP 4025 E TWP 7025 E TWP 11025 E Ground water can be extracted using either of the Trotec deep well pumps TDP 5500 E and TDP 7500 E. They offer delivery heads of up to 93 metres and flow rates ranging up to 6,000 litres per hour. With a delivery head of 42 metres and a flow rate of 3,300 litres per hour the garden pump TGP 1000 E comes optimally prepared for watering applications.
Here we show you how to calculate the required capacity of your domestic water supply system:
Only a few calculations will help you determine the performance capability of the respective domestic water supply system required for a specific application purpose or a planned installation. The two decisive factors are the required delivery head and flow rate.
The necessary pressure can be included via a simple conversion into the delivery head. First, you need to calculate the required flow rate, i.e. the maximum water consumption, based on the following specifications:
|Device||Litres per minute||Litres per hour|
|flushing cistern||4 l/min||240 l/h|
|sink||6 l/min||360 l/h|
|dishwasher||8 l/min||480 l/h|
|washing machine||10 l/min||600 l/h|
|shower||10 l/min||600 l/h|
|bath tub||15 l/min||900 l/h|
|sprinkler||10 l/min||600 l/h|
Example: If one installation shall be sufficient for the simultaneous water supply for one washing machine (10 l/min), one dishwasher (8 l/min), one bath tub (15 l/min) and two sprinklers (2 x 10 l/min = 20 l/min): Sum up the corresponding consumption values – in this example we end up with 53 litres per minute. The ultimately required flow rate always corresponds to 40 % of the calculated result. This means, the actually required flow rate in our example amounts to 21.2 litres per minute. Now multiply this value by 60 and the obtained product indicates the amount of water required each hour: 1,272 l/h.
|Mains connection||230 V/50 Hz|
|Power input [W]||1,000|
|Connection plug||CEE 7/7|
|Cable length [m]||1.2|
|Max. conveying capacity [l/h]||3,300|
|Feed pressure [bar]||3|
|Grit of pump [mm]||2|
|Max. delivery head [m]||30|
|Max. suction height [m]||7|
|Automatic switch-on [bar]||1.5|
|Automatic switch-off [bar]||3|
|Max. water temperature [°C]||35|
|Tank volume [l]||19|
|Type of protection||IPX4|
|Sound pressure level [dB(A)]||72|
|Sound power level [dB]||88|
|Uncertainty (K) [(K)]||2|
|Length (packaging excluded) [mm]||270|
|Width (packaging excluded) [mm]||453|
|Height (packaging excluded) [mm]||500|
|(packaging excluded) [kg]||10.5|
|Equipment, features and functions|
|Functions and features|
|Automatic switch-on and switch-off||Auto restart, Auto stop|
|Mechanical pressure switch|
|Thermal overload protection [° C]||150|
|Water inlet opening|
|Water drain screw|
|Stainless steel screws|
|Suitable for both permanent operation (>10h) or salt-water operation|
|Dry run protection|
|Connection at pressure tank for pressure compensation|
|Standard scope of delivery|
|Accessories scope of delivery|
|Suitable for hose (hose DN)|
|Suitable for thread|
|Tear-resistant nylon cord, 12 m|