WIWA Thick-film/Mortar-Pump

  • Suitable for processing epoxy and water-based thickeners and mortars
  • Low wear and easy maintenance due to the use of quick couplings
  • Fast maintenance can significantly reduce downtimes in construction site operations
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Product description

The WIWA series 410.09 and 600.12 is perfectly suitable for the application of epoxy and water based thick-film materials and mortars, such as cement mortar, cement-bound fire protection materials, cement slurry and filled vinyl esters.

In contrast to screw pumps, WIWA thick-film pumps can be flushed and cleaned with diluting agents. The pump is therefore also first choice when it comes to the transfer of epoxy based materials. Due to the use of quick release couplings the material pumps, which consist of only a few parts, can be quickly disassembled, cleaned and reassembled, which is highly beneficial with short processing times, which are quite common today. The feed funnel can also be simply removed. With this quick maintenance the downtimes, especially in construction site applications, can be reduced considerably.

These large capacity pumps are designed with extra large flow passages, and due to the slow pumping speed only suffer very low wear, even when transferring high amounts of material.

Technical data

Model410.09
Pressure ratio9:1
Output per cycle410 ccm
Max. inbound air pressure8 bar
Max. operating pressure72 bar
Order number0653609
Model600.12
Pressure ratio12:1
Output per cycle600 ccm
Max. inbound air pressure8 bar
Max. operating pressure96 bar
Order number0652595
N - Normal steel galvanized, not stainless, R - stainless, RS - Stainless steel, rust and acid resistant.
B - On container, D - on tripod, F - on chassis, G - on rack, GZ - With feed funnel, W - on wall mount.
ASL - suction tube, DAS - Direct suction.

Application areas

  • Ship and ferry decks
  • Concrete and building restoration
  • Basement waterproofing
  • Fire protection

The WIWA series 410.09 and 600.12 is perfectly suitable for the application of epoxy and water based thick-film materials and mortars, such as cement mortar, cement-bound fire protection materials, cement slurry and filled vinyl esters.

In contrast to screw pumps, WIWA thick-film pumps can be flushed and cleaned with diluting agents. The pump is therefore also first choice when it comes to the transfer of epoxy based materials. Due to the use of quick release couplings the material pumps, which consist of only a few parts, can be quickly disassembled, cleaned and reassembled, which is highly beneficial with short processing times, which are quite common today. The feed funnel can also be simply removed. With this quick maintenance the downtimes, especially in construction site applications, can be reduced considerably.

These large capacity pumps are designed with extra large flow passages, and due to the slow pumping speed only suffer very low wear, even when transferring high amounts of material.

Model410.09
Pressure ratio9:1
Output per cycle410 ccm
Max. inbound air pressure8 bar
Max. operating pressure72 bar
Order number0653609
Model600.12
Pressure ratio12:1
Output per cycle600 ccm
Max. inbound air pressure8 bar
Max. operating pressure96 bar
Order number0652595
N - Normal steel galvanized, not stainless, R - stainless, RS - Stainless steel, rust and acid resistant.
B - On container, D - on tripod, F - on chassis, G - on rack, GZ - With feed funnel, W - on wall mount.
ASL - suction tube, DAS - Direct suction.

Application areas

  • Ship and ferry decks
  • Concrete and building restoration
  • Basement waterproofing
  • Fire protection