ROTARY DIAPHRAGM PUMPING PRINCIPLE
Rotary diaphragm pumps use unique Charles Austen patented technology. The flow of liquid is initiated by an eccentrically mounted bearing on a drive shaft revolved within a flexible diaphragm. As the shaft rotates, the bearing flexes the diaphragm, squeezing liquid through the pump. These pumps have outstanding self-priming characteristics and are of a valve-less, seal-less design making it suitable for condensate removal.
GYROK™ PUMPING PRINCIPLE
With similar capabilities The patented GyRok pumping principle employs a elastomeric conical diaphragm displaced by a number of legs positioned annularly around a nutating drive element. The legs provide control of almost the entire diaphragm, giving outstanding self-priming characteristics. The pump is whisper quiet, able to tolerate extended periods of dry-running and can be mounted in any orientation in a number of locations, both above and below false ceilings.
PUMP ALARM SYSTEMS
Fail safe alarm, a volt free relay designed to switch the AC unit off, but leaves the pump running continuously when the condensate reaches a critical point in the reservoir.
High Level Audio is an integral audio and visual alarm. When the condensate is at a critical point with-in the reservoir, the diagnostic light in the pump will switch from green and will start to flash red with a 2 beep warning every minute. The pump will continue to operate while in alarm mode.