Trevoli DSK-1 Electronic Automatic Controller
This controller is used to automatically control the functioning of electric water pumps. It can guarantee the optimum control of electric pumps used in plumbimg systems. Being an intelligent mix of hydraulic and electronic engineering, the control maintains both pressure and flow and controls the operation of the pump automatically. It needs no pressure tank as in the traditional systems. There are no plenum chambers to recharge and no irritating variation in pressure and in flow at the point of use. No adjustment or maintenance is required.
The Trevoli PC-Multi is a device used to control electric 240V pumps of 2.2kW or less.
It has a fully adjustable cut in (start) pressure of between 0.5-6.0 bar and a cut out (stop) pressure of between 0.8-9.8 bar.
The Trevoli PC-Multi has the ability to operate as either a standard auto restart pressure controller (start pressure to be set) or an automatic restart loss of prime pressure switch
(start and stop pressure to be set).
The Trevoli PC-9C mechanical controller is used to automatically control the starting and stopping of a pump based on preset start and stop pressures. They come pre wired and have an inbuilt gauge.
Pressure Tanks and Non-Return Vales are required to operate with these switches.
The Watertech Presscontrol is an electronic automatic controller ideal for control and protection of single phase pumps. The controller is designed to start and stop the pump depending on opening and closing of the taps. It will also protect the pump in case of a water shortage by preventing it from dry running. Press controllers are ideal for above ground and submersible pumps.
The Watertech Controlpres is an automatic controller allowing the output pressure and start pressure to be adjusted and has automatic restart. Comes equipped with automatic restart in case of failure and anti-jamming function. Ideal for above ground pumps and submersible pumps up to 3 HP. The working pressure and start pressure are adjusted by turning the knob on the back of the device.