Condensate Pumps

  

A condensate pump is a specific type of pump used to pump the condensate (water) produced in an HVAC (heating or cooling), refrigeration, condensing boiler furnace or steam system. They may be used to pump the condensate produced from latent water vapor in any of the following gas mixtures:

  • Conditioned (cooled or heated) building air
  • Refrigerated air in cooling and freezing systems
  • Steam in heat exchangers and radiators
  • The exhaust stream of very-high-efficiency furnaces

Condensate recovery systems help you reduce three tangible costs of producing steam:

  • Fuel/energy costs
  • Boiler water make-up and sewage treatment
  • Boiler water chemical treatment

Diversitech – Suitable for use with condensate from high efficiency condensing furnaces and boilers which produce acidic condensate. 22′ of lift compared to the typical 20′. Features include vibration dampening feet and motor mounts, metal hang tabs, four inlet holes, a clear indicator display, a float switch and check valve, and pan pill dispenser. Integrating the CP-22 into your system is easy. 1/4″ inch quick connect terminals provide easy connection to the built in overflow switch. 3 terminals are provided allowing flexibility to connect air-handler shut-down and optional alarm as needed. The new CP-22LP comes packed with all the same great features found in the CP-22, but now in a low profile package. This pump is only 4 3/8″ tall so it’s a good fit for those instances where space is at a premium. The shorter reservoir holds 1/3 gallon. Suitable for use with condensate up to 160ºF.