Silent – Can be remotely located
In 1992 Aspen® pioneered the use of Peristaltic Condensate pumps and today are still setting the standard for reliability and innovation. Peristaltic pumps offer the ideal solution for condensate removal due to the combination of quietness, reliability and installation advantages.
The Peristaltic rotary movement generates a continuous pressure meaning that the pump can be sited over 15m away from the condensate source with no effect on performance. In addition, the pump mechanism does not come into contact with the water, removing the risk of contamination or corrosion.
Peristaltic condensate pump product rangeUniversal
The Universal peristaltic pump operates with two temperature sensors. These allow the pump to detect and be triggered by a change in air temperature, making this pump suitable for many applications.Read more about the Universal
The Standard peristaltic pump is triggered by the hard-wired cooling signal from the air conditioning unit.Read more about the Standard
The MK4 peristaltic pump operates using water level sensors. This allows the pump to detect and be triggered by the level of water in the condensate tray.Read more about the MK4
The Mechanical peristaltic pump operates by using a remote reservoir with an internal float mechanism. It is available with or without a high level alarm output designed to be mounted onto the compressor in an external condenser unit.Read more about the Mechanical
Ideal for applications where complete silence is important. The Compressor Sensor pump is triggered by a sensor, which is designed to be mounted onto the compressor in an external condenser unit.Read more about the Compressor Sensor