Since 1963, KESSEL has stood like no other company for quality, innovation, safety and service in the field of draining technology. As a premium international provider and industry pacesetter, we continuously strive to ensure that our vision is always open to new ideas: KESSEL – Leading in drainage
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The Aqualift F XL is a powerful lifting station for commercial, industrial and communal applications. It is ideal for lifting rainwater that occurs below the backwater level or for use after a separator.
For over 20 years we have been developing tailor-made drainage solutions for the specific requirements of our customers. Our extensive knowledge of polymer engineering enables us to respond to your particular needs at any time. This means we can offer you almost unlimited product variety. To date, we have successfully installed around 20,000 customised solutions.
Hybrid drainage systems for gravity sloped wastewater pipes – Hybrid Lifting Stations Lifting stations are often installed as a safety measure even though gravity sloped drainage is available. The disadvantage is that these systems must pump every single litre of collected wastewater. This leads to constant operation of the pumps, high energy usage, wear and tear on the system as well as nuisance noise – with the new KESSEL hybrid lifting station, all these problems are solved. KESSEL AG Hybrid lifting stations 3 The Pumpfix and Ecolift XL hybrid lifting stations offer safe and reliable protection against backwater and come into service only when necessary – during backwater. The Pumpfix (for domestic applications) and the Ecolift XL (for industrial applications) are the new ideal solutions for installation in gravity wastewater drainage systems – both for new construction and renovations.
People who use drainage objects such as washing machines, showers or a toilet in their basement must consider how the wastewater from the object is to reach the sewer. If there is no natural gradient to the sewer, the wastewater must be lifted above the backwater level using a lifting station or pumping station so that it can then flow into the sewage system.