Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350

Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350
Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350
Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350
Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350
Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350
Submersible pump SCHEPPACH drum vacuum 350W - BAP350
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  • Warranty 5 years
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Product details
  • Length
    180 mm
  • Width
    165 mm
  • Height
    23 cm
  • Weight
    3.85 kg
  • Power
    350 W
  • Temperature
    35 °C
  • Voltage
    230 V
  • Max. flow rate
    4000 meter(s) cube(s) per minute
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Overview :
Presentation : SCHEPPACH 350W submersible barrel pump - BAP350, is a submersible water pump that can be adapted to a rainwater collector, a barrel or a cistern. Advantages: Versatile applications Compact motor housing Float switch Dirt filter over 3 mm to protect the pump Lightweight, robust, practical Features: Motor power: 300W, can collect up to 4000 liters of water per hour Immersion depth: 8m Maximum discharge height: 11m Packaging: One 350W SCHEPPACH submersible barrel pump - BAP350 Delivered in its original packaging Warranty: *Extension of 5 years warranty offered on free registration! (Valid for all purchases in France) Registration must be made within 30 days of purchase Guarantee valid only for private individuals. Proof of purchase to be kept in order to claim the warranty
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14 June 2023
Purchase date: 05/06/2023
Very good product good pressure
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15 February 2023
Purchase date: 30/01/2023
Good value for money
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13 October 2022
Purchase date: 18/09/2022
I bought the SCHEPPACH BAP350 pump in September 2022 but put it into use in January 2023 and it stopped working in January 2024, having worked less than 150 hours overall. Hoping to be useful to other users, I would like to point out that the purpose of my purchase derives from the need to drain clear water from a collection well dug behind a retaining wall. Specifically, the pump was started on a timer for 1 minute 6 times a day, just to trigger a siphon, which then emptied the sump naturally. From May to September, however, the machine was always powered, started and stopped by its float level sensor, in order to be able to lift all the water collected (about 300 litres/day) into a tank located 9 meters higher from which, by fall, I take it to irrigate a small vegetable garden. The flow rate delivered by the pump during lifting is approximately 6 litres/minute; therefore, the cumulative operating time amounts to approximately 50 minutes per day, divided into 2 or 3 fractions. Over the entire summer period he therefore carried out the task very well for approximately 125 hours (50 minutes/day x 150 days = 7500 minutes = 125 hours). In all the remaining months of the actual year of operation, it was inserted for a total of approximately 21 hours (6 times/day x 210 days = 1260 times, i.e. 1260 minutes = 21 hours). The fault occurred in January 2024. The machine thus completed an operating cycle of 1 year, with a total rotation time of approximately 146 hours. I reported the problem to the GLS72 seller (the legal guarantee expires in September '24). It was pointed out to me that the machine is intended for hobby use. Since I used it in a heavy manner (???) it is probable that the fault that occurred is not covered by the warranty. I don't understand where it comes from that the use was burdensome. Immersion depth (0.5 m), water temperature (approximately 20 °C), water delivery height (9 meters) are well within the limits declared by the manufacturer. Dry running was prevented by the float of the pump itself and maintenance (cleaning of the suction filter) was carried out regularly. Among other things, the filter never got dirty, because the pump is immersed in clear water. Should I conclude that the life of the machine is estimated at less than 150 hours? (Who made the estimate?) Would this be the average life of a hobby product? Noteworthy detail: the manufacturer offers a 5-year warranty. Really! And it doesn't even place an annual limit on hours of use. I decided to equip my system with another pump. And if I ever purchase other hobby products I will first ask what the expected life of the item offered is.
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7 June 2022
Purchase date: 10/05/2022
Everything perfect
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