WEDA 100 Submersible Pump

The WEDA 100 Submersible Pump by Atlas Copco is a portable electric submersible pump for dewatering of construction sites, mines, flooded areas etc. Designed by Atlas Copco for handling liquid with abrasive particles and its Prot class is IP68.

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Description

The WEDA 100 Submersible Pump by Atlas Copco is a portable electric submersible pump for dewatering of construction sites, mines, flooded areas etc. Designed by Atlas Copco for handling liquid with abrasive particles and its Prot class is IP68.

Pump Types

WEDA 100 Medium head

Electric Motor

3-phase: Squirrel cage induction motor.
Insulation: Class F (+311F), IEC 85

Features

  • Robust design
  • User friendly
  • Wear resistant wet end in CR-alloy steel and natural rubber
  • Adjustable wear parts
  • Complete instant service pack for easy and fast service
  • Easy installation

Designed For

  • Heavy duty pumping of abrasive liquids
  • Max submersible depth of 66ft
  • Max temperature of liquid +104F
  • Max density of liquid, 68lbs/ft3
  • pH of the liquid between 5-8
  • For special applications contact Weda pump
Data WEDA 100 3~
Related Output hp 84
Related Current A 460v 127
Shaft Speed rpm 1750

Service Tips for WEDA Pumps

Make sure your WEDA 100 Submersible Pump is ready for the season. Here are some handy tips for smooth and efficient operation.

Check power cable condition:

A rupture in the insulation can cause water to enter through the cable leading to a potential electrical hazard or major failure.

Check for external damages or loosen parts:

Periodical visual inspections help prevent possible breakdowns. Incorrect product usage or external factors can lead to damage on the pump housing that can lead to major failures on internal components due to water entry.

Oil check/change:

To guarantee optimum lubrication and sealing performance in all applications, make sure the oil is replaced every 6 months or according to the instruction manual.

Inspect power cable sealing:

An improper sealing on the cable gland might cause water entry leading to a potential major electrical failure and as a result consequent down time.

Check condition of electrical motor and safety devices:

A low insulation-resistive value can lead to an unexpected breakdown in operation. To prevent this Atlas Copco advises to periodicaly measure the stator insulation and check the functionality of all electrical safety devices.

Inspect condition and adjustment of wear parts:

It is advised to periodically check the condition of the wear components, as adjustments may be needed. We have developed Maintenance and Wear & Repair Kits that are handy to have on site for quick repair or preventative maintenance for maximum uptime and optimum performance.

Check condition and functioning of float switch:

This device assists in starting and stopping your pump automatically because any malfunction will impact your productivity or jeopardize the pump condition.

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