Puddle Pump

Description

Designed to extract clean water down to within 2mm from the surface. Supplied with discharge hose of up to 20m so water can automatically drain away. Typial power cable length 10m long. Variety of pumps available (not necessarily the one shown), some with and some without float switches. Usual flow rates around 125L per minute.

Typical applications

Flooded cellars, foundations, sumps, flood voids, lift shafts and more!
Please note this pump is for clean water extration;

Specifications

Typical flow rate
125L per minute
Power consumption
0.293 kW per hour
Typical running cost
0.04 per hour
Dimensions
40cm H, 40cm D, 40cm W
Weight
4.83 kg
Hire price
£18 +VAT for the first day
£9.00 +vat for additional day
£36 +vat for a week

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Pimlico, London

Thank you and your colleagues for such prompt response and efficient work. We really valued the explanations and are delighted to have the house back in order now.

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What area do you serve?

We can provide drying solutions primarily in London and the South East of England.

We travel to counties including Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.

We also go further, to parts of Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire and Dorset.
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How do I book the equipment?

Call or email us to book any of our hire equipment. If you're not sure exactly which drying solution will work best for you, we will help you decide which equipment is best suited to your needs.

Once instruction is confirmed and delivery completed, we will email an invoice and payment by bank transfer is requested. Please note that we charge for time out not time used.

Which dehumidifier do I need?

There are two main types of dehumidifier technology; refrigerant and desiccant with pros and cons for each machine, with differences in the extraction rates, optimum operating temperatures, running costs, size and noise levels.

Refrigerant Dehumidifiers vs Desiccant Dehumidifiers

Refrigerant dehumidifiers use a compressor to cool coils. When air passes over these cooled elements, water condenses and then collects in the tank. Generally, the advantages of refrigerant dehumidifiers are

- A greater extraction rate at the early stage of flood damage when there is a high volume of water

- Easier to set up and move around

Desiccant dehumidifiers work differently with air pulled in and passed through a desiccant wheel which absorbs the moisture from the air. The wheel is then heated so that the process can run again.

Desiccant dehumidifiers can take longer to set up and be less mobile, and they are more expensive to run. The benefits are:

- Strong drying power in cold conditions below 15°C

- Quieter operation than refrigerant dehumidifiers

For more information on how each type of dehumidifier works take a look at our guide.

 

Which type is right for me?

About 90% of our customers happily use the refrigerant dehumidifiers as they are very versatile and effective in a broad range of situations.

Please call us on 020 7760 7660 for more detail and guidance as to what will be suitable for your needs.

Are Commercial and Domestic properties covered?

Yes, a wet building is a wet building! Our drying equipment is designed for use in all types of properties; residential or commercial; house, factory, office, shop, hotel, boat, basement or lift shaft!

We have worked in them all and have an understanding of a broad range of construction types so can advise on how to best dry out your building and which type of dehumidifier, fan or combination will be most effective.

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