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Deep-well pumps

Application

Deep-well units are designed for use in water supply systems, for pumping and increasing liquid pressures in technological processes, reduction of ground water level, watering systems, and other industrial and residential applications.

Essential advantages of type G deep-well pumps

  • the pump unit may be installed in a suspended, standing or horizontal position without necessity to rebuild foundations
  • may be installed in drilled, small-diameter wells without suction jackets
  • may be installed in drilled, large-diameter wells and in large tanks, with the use of suction jackets
  • pump unit may be installed directly in the pipeline, in a hermetic jacket in a vertical or horizontal position
  • may be incorporated with the pump unit by-pass in parallel to the pipe line, in a hermetic jacket in a vertical or horizontal position
  • incorporation of the pump unit is simplifi ed by the linear position of stub pipes in the hermetic jacket
  • space requirement is minimized due to compact design
  • standardized design of the connections and couplings of the pumps and motors according to NEMA, which is accepted and used by all deep-well pump manufacturers in the world
  • a splined slide-over coupling enables torque to be transferred effi ciently and durably without any maintenance, for a simplifi ed assembly/disassembly/replacement and facilitated servicing
  • the pump/motor bearing arrangement requires no maintenance, it is lubricated by the pumped liquid in the pump and by the liquid that fi lls the motor in the motor, which enables heat of energetic losses to be removed therefrom
  • the pump unit, submersed in a hermetic jacket or tank, produces no noise

Liquids handled

Deep-well pumps are designed for use in handling raw or treated potable water, sea water, as well as for mineral and thermal applications, with no long fi bers or abrasive content.

Mechanical impurities in the liquids handled may be up to 100 mg/l of water; for pump units where impellers and stators are made of plastic, they may be up to 50 mg/l of water.

Impurities that might cause creation of deposits in the pump and on the motor are inadmissible. If this is unavoidable, the deposits of 0.5 mm maximum must be removed.

Liquids liable to cause accelerated corrosion or erosion of the pump construction materials must never be used.
Liquids other than water may be handled subject to manufacturer’s approval.

Operating data

  • Capacity Q: 0,9 ÷ 420 m3/h
  • Delivery head H: up to 642 m
  • Liquid maximum temperature t: up to 25oC*

* for higher temperatures, please contact the manufacturer every time

Motors used in deep-well units

Deep-well pumps manufactured by Hydro-Vacuum S.A. are fi tted with wet-type submersible electric motors.
Other types, ones having a fl ange connection and dimensions according to NEMA, may be used, if required.

Cooperation with frequency converters

All deep-well units manufactured by Hydro-Vacuum S.A. and equipped with three-phase electric motors may have a frequency converter drive. Recommendations:

  • avoid operation of submersible motors at higher than nominal frequencies, i.e. 50 and 60 Hz;
  • the power rating of the submersible motor selected ought to be one magnitude higher than the standard motor power rating, matching a given pump;
  • the permissible minimum frequency is 32Hz, provided that a minimum rate of fl ow past the external motor surface of 0.2 m/s is maintained; it is advised to use a suction jacket for the purpose;
  • use RC and LC fi lters to protect the motor from harmful over-voltage and interferences;
  • select a frequency converter that matches the nominal current rating of the motor;
  • the frequency converter ought to incorporate safety devices, protecting the motor from:
    • over-current,
    • drop of supply voltage,
    • phase decay.
  • the frequency converter ought to be supplied strictly in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements, specifi cally those in respect of feeder-cable cross-sections and keeping the permissible distance between the frequency converter and the motor.
  • please note that the relationship below applies when changing the current frequency / rate of rotation of the pump unit shaft

Qx = Qn * fx/fn    ;    Hx = Hn * (fx / fn)2    ;    Px = Pn * (fx / fn)3

For details of the cooperation between deep-well pumps and frequency converters please contact our Technical Advisors Department.

General conditions of characteristics validity

For all the characteristics of the pumps shown in this catalogue the following general conditions shall apply:

  • the characteristics declared above refer to pump units, with motors supplied with electric current at 50 Hz and power output suffi cient for the entire pump capacity range
  • tolerances of pump operation parameters according to PN-EN ISO 9906 Cl. 2 Appendix A
  • the characteristics are obtained for handling non-aerated water at 20°C and viscosity v = 1 mm2/s
  • the pump characteristics H=f(Q) include hydraulic losses at the pump inlet and the non-return valve which is built in the pump
  • power characteristics P=f(Q) show an average power consumption by a single pump stage
  • effi ciency characteristics η=f(Q) refer to a single hydraulic stage of a pump with a nominal-diameter impeller; without taking into account any losses at the pump inlet and the non-return valve
  • the pump effi ciency for several stages or with trimmed impellers is lower than that shown in this catalogue and the effi ciency characteristics η=f[Q] may be provided by the manufacturer if requested by the client
  • the pump works without cavitation if the required NPSH cavitation reserve plus the liquid column 0,5-1m is maintained
  • for handling liquids other than water please contact the manufacturer: handling liquids of which the density and viscosity are higher than those of water will cause an increased requirement for power at the pump shaft , therefore, a motor with a higher power output has to be used.

In certain situations, the duty point required may be located between the nominal characteristics of the succeeding pump type dimensions. Th erefore, intermediate characteristics, obtained by the nominal impeller trimming, are introduced in GC, GD and GF deep-well pumps. In the GC and GD pumps having up to 9 stages, the succeeding trimmings are denoted by the letters A, B, C… and in the GF pump the succeeding impeller trimmings are denoted by the digits 1 to 5. Th is enables an optimized selection of the pump unit to match the required operating parameters, reduces power requirement on the pump shaft and enables a motor with a lower nominal power output to be selected.

If you are interested in pumps with more than 9 stages and having trimmed impellers, please contact the pump unit manufacturer. It is recommended to select pumps for operation in their high performance range for a more economical operation and maximized service life of the pump unit.

Th e pump unit may not be operated with the valve on the discharge pipe closed because the absence of fl ow past the motor makes it impossible to cool it. Th e recommended minimum pump capacity is not lower than 0,2*Qmax.

Design of deep-well pumps

Deep-well pumps are a multistage type of pumps, constructed in series. Th ey are installed on submersible motors, therefore, they are also referred to as submersible units. Th e pumping unit is installed vertically, with a submersible motor located at the bottom and the deep-well impeller pump. Th e suction casing, protected with a sieve fi lter, is installed straight on the motor. Th e specifi c pump stages are installed aft er the suction casing. Each of them comprises the casing and the stator fi tted in it, and an impeller (radial or diagonal type). Th e pump is closed with the non-return valve housing and the discharge casing to connect the pump unit to the discharge pipe using either fl anges or a threaded connection. A coupling is provided to connect the rotating parts of the pump and the motor shaft . Distance sleeves are provided to correctly position the impeller in the stator and pump casing.
Th e rotating unit of the pump has steel-and-rubber bearing bushes.

Depending on the deep-well pump type, the pump stages may be connected using either:

  • connecting tapes (the GAB, GB, GBC, GC and GCA pumps), or
  • double-nutted bolts (the GDB, GDC and GFB pumps) - individual stages.

Underwater deep-well units are special application pumps. Th ey are compact and highly reliable. Th ey have the following advantages:

  • low cost (the bore-holes have very small diameters, no buildings over the well are required),
  • low operating costs,
  • simple operation (no lubrication points),
  • fast and simple assembly and disassembly.

Deep-well pumps have been manufactured by HYDRO-VACUUM S.A. since 1939. Experience and ongoing improvement eff ort have resulted in a series of deep-well pumps of which the operating characteristics and service life are comparable to those of European products. Th ey are used in a number of applications all over Poland: in municipal drinking water systems, in villages, in housing estates, in farming and gardening. Th ey proved very well in tests and have been operated on a regular basis in the brown coal strip mine in Bełchatów and Konin (Poland). At present, they are used in other strip mines and in the construction industry, where low subsoil water levels are required in deep foundation trenches.

Materials of construction

Pump type Casings Middle casing Stator Impellers Shaft&Coupling Bearing
Material of construction Material of construction Material of construction Material of construction Material of construction Material of construction
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
GAB.2 brass cast iron - - s. steel s. steel - - Lexan Lexan - - Lexan Lexan - - stainless steel rubber/
stainless steel
GAB.4 brass cast iron - - s. steel s. steel - - Lexan Lexan - - Lexan Lexan - -
GAB.5 brass cast iron - - s. steel s. steel - - Noryl Noryl - - Noryl Noryl - -
GB.0 cast iron - - - cast iron - - - Lexan - - - Lexan - - -
GBC.0 brass - - - s. steel - - - Lexan - - - Lexan - - -
GBA.1 cast iron - - - cast iron - - - Lexan - - - Lexan - - -
GBC.1 brass - - - s. steel - - - Lexan - - - Lexan - - -
GBA.2 cast iron - - - cast iron - - - Lexan - - - Lexan - - -
GBC.2 brass - - - s. steel - - - Lexan - - - Lexan Lexan - -
GBC.3 brass cast iron - - s. steel cast iron - - Lexan Lexan - - Lexan - - -
GBC.4 cast iron - - - cast iron - - - - - - - brass - - -
GBC.5 cast iron - - - cast iron - - - - - - - brass - - -
GBD.4 cast iron cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - sfero. c.i. brass t.bronze brass
GBD.5 cast iron cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - sfero. c.i. brass t.bronze brass
GC.0 cast iron cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - Noryl1 brass t.bronze brass
GC.2 cast iron cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - Noryl1 brass t.bronze brass
GCA.2 cast iron cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - Noryl1 brass t.bronze brass
GC.3 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GCA.3 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GC.5 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GCA.5 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GCA.6 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GCA.7 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GCA.8 - cast iron t.bronze sfero. c.i. - cast iron t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - - brass t.bronze brass
GDC.2 sfero. c.i. cast iron2 t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron2 t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - brass brass t.bronze brass
GDC.4 sfero. c.i. cast iron2 t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron2 t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - brass brass t.bronze brass
GFB.1 sfero. c.i. cast iron2 t.bronze sfero. c.i. cast iron cast iron2 t.bronze copper c.i. - - - - brass brass t.bronze brass

1 for the GC.0.01 ÷ 13, GC.2.01 ÷ 13 i GCA.2.01 ÷ 13
2 enameled inside
sfero. c.i. = sferoidal cast iron
copper c.i. = copper cast iron
t.bronze = tin bronze
s. steel = stainless steel

Pumps from version 1, 2, 4, which should have connecting elements (bands, washers, screws, nuts) made of stainless steel then version 6, 7, 8 should be indicated.
In case of pumps with 2, 4 versions only then version 7, 8 should be indicated.

Constructional executions

Specifi c confi gurations are marked by sub-codes comprising the symbols - e1 e2 e3 e4 - wherein

  • e1 - denotes the type of connection to the motor
  • e2 - denotes the type or absence of valve
  • e3 - denotes the type of outlet
  • e4 - is reserve (the symbol 0)

Explanation of the sub-code structure:

Constructional execution designation e1
Execution type Pump type/design variant
GA GB GC GD GF
1 Pump to a NEMA 4” shaft end motor x        
Pump to a NEMA 6” shaft end motor   x      
Pump to a NEMA 8” shaft end motor     x    
Pump to a 10” motor       x  
2 Pump to a NEMA 4” shaft end motor   x      
Pump to a NEMA 6” shaft end motor     x    
Pump to a NEMA 8” shaft end motor       x x
3* Pompa do silnika 10” motor     x    
4 Pompa do silnika 12” motor       x x
5 Pompa do silnika 10” motor         x

* concerning GCA.6, GCA.7, GCA.8

Constructional execution designation e2
Execution type Pump type/design variant
GA GB GC GD GF
1 Hermetic valve x x x x x
2 No valve x x      
3 Leak valve   x x x x
4 Open valve     x x  

Constructional execution designation e3
Execution type Pump type/design variant
GA GB GC GD GF
1 Flange type outlet     x x x
2 Threaded outlet x x x    

Constructional execution designation e4
Execution type Pump type/design variant
GA GB GC GD GF
0 Is reserve x x x x x

Example of a pump constructional execution

Sub-code - e1 e2 e3 e4 = 1320
pump to e1 = 1 motor with a leak valve e2 = 3, threaded outlet e3 = 2, e4 = 0 is reserve.

Scope of delivery

2 - Pump and coupling
4 - Pump, coupling, motor
5 - Pump, coupling, motor, cable fi ttings and safety devices
6 - Pump, coupling, motor, electronic relay of liquid level
9 - In accordance with contract

On special demand it is possibile to deliver additionally:

  • equipment for cable camping (clamps, part No. 43.1.918.p and bands, part No. 40.0.930.p)
  • and/or cable connections (number depends on size of motor cable section):
    • thermo-shrinkable pipe ø6,4/3,2 - 70.50.01.p
    • thermo-shrinkable pipe ø4,8/2,4 - 70.50.03.p
    • thermo-shrinkable pipe ø18/9 - 70.51.01.p
    • thermo-shrinkable pipe ø25,4/12,7 - 70.50.05.p
    • thermo-shrinkable pipe ø38/19 - 70.50.06.p
    • thermo-shrinkable pipe ø51/25,5 - 70.50.07.p

Product fi nish (protective coatings)

1 - standard
2 - special

Product designation structure

All essential information about the pump is encoded in its designation. Th e function of the designation, provided both in this catalogue and on the pump data plate, is to help make the right choice of a product and to keep in touch with us during its operation, for instance, when ordering spare parts.
Th e product code is structured as follows:

Example of a complete product designation

GCA.6.02.2.2110.4.232.1
Type GCA.6, pump, two stages, in material execution - 2, 6” motor, hermetic valve, fl ange type outlet, scope of delivery - 4, unit selection 232 (according to manufacturer’s internal documentation), standard fi nish (protective coating).
Th e product label provides only part of the code, including constructional execution, e.g.: GCA.6.02.2.2110

Selection of feeder cables

Th e feeder cables for deep-well units are preferably selected using

  • the diagram 1 and Table 1 for direct starting motors (see Page 8), and
  • the diagram 2 and Table 2 for star-delta starting motors (See Page 9).

Th e diagrams show the maximum lengths of feeder cables, depending on the current output for the supply voltage Un=400 V, a voltage drop of 3 % and temperature t = +250C. For supply voltage ratings other than 400 V, the feeder cross-sectional area should be selected using suitable diagrams, adjusting the current output in accordance with the following formula:

For temperatures above +25oC, the selected feeder cable cross-section should be adjusted with regard to the cable current load limit, based on tolerable current loads given in Tables 1 and 2.

Example
Select a feeder cable cross-section for a direct starting motor given the following parameters:

  • supply voltage rating, Uzn = 400 V:
  • current rating: - 40 A,
  • required cable length: - 300 m,
  • ambient temperature: - +45oC.

From Diagram 1 select the cable cross-section 35 mm2 for 40 A current rating and 300 m cable length. For such cable cross-section at 40 A current rating, the maximum tolerable cable length is 360 m. For a length of 300 m, the voltage drop is:

A smaller cable cross-section of 25 mm2 may be used for a current load of 40 A up to a length of 260 m. For a length of 300 m, the voltage drop is:

A cable cross-section of 35 mm2 with 2.5% voltage drop is the right choice.

Checking the current load:
For a temperature of 45oC and cable cross-section of 35 mm2, the tolerable maximum current load for a 3-wire cable is 120 A according to Table 1. Th erefore, the cross-section above is suitable and suffi cient.

Example:
Select a feeder cable cross-section for a direct starting motor given the following parameters:

  • supply voltage rating, Un, = 1000 V,
  • current rating: 100 A,
  • required cable length: 200 m
  • ambient temperature: +30oC.

From Diagram 1 select the cable cross-section 35 mm2. A current rating and 300 m cable length. For such cable cross-section at 40 A current rating, the maximum tolerable cable length is 360 m. For a length of 300 m, the voltage drop is:

Another smaller cable cross-section of 25 mm2 may be used for a current load of 40 A up to a length of 260 m. For a length of 200 m, the voltage drop is:

Th e current load is checked for nominal current rating In = 100 A according to Table 1. For a temperature of 30oC, the tolerable maximum current load is 128 A. Th erefore, the cable cross-section above is suffi cient.

Selection of feeder cable cross-section for direct star-up

Th e data in the table below are based on Order 29 of the Ministry of Mining and Power Industry dated July 17th 1974, and VDE 0298 for cable temperature limit of 60oC.

Ambient temperature 25oC 30oC 35oC 40oC 45oC 50oC
Cross-section mm2 Permissible current load for 3-wire cables
Motor current rating [A]
1,5 25 23 21 19 17 13
2,5 34 31 29 25 23 18
4 45 41 38 34 31 24
6 58 53 49 43 40 31
10 80 73 67 60 55 42
16 107 98 90 80 74 57
25 139 128 117 104 96 74
35 174 160 146 130 120 92
50 216 199 181 162 149 114
70 267 246 224 200 184 143
95 322 296 270 242 222 171
120 369 340 310 276 255 195

Cable cross-section for 400 V

Voltage drop 3%; ambient temperature 25oC; cosø = 0,85.

Selection of feeder cable cross-section for star-delta starting motors

Th e data in the table below are based on Order 29 of the Ministry of Mining and Power Industry dated July 17th 1974, and VDE 0298 for cable temperature limit of 60oC.

Ambient temperature 25oC 30oC 35oC 40oC 45oC 50oC
Cross-sectional area mm2 Permissible current load for 3-wire cables
Motor current rating [A]
1,5 43 39 36 32 29 23
2,5 58 53 48 43 40 31
4 77 71 65 57 53 41
6 100 92 84 75 69 53
10 137 126 115 103 94 72
16 1814 169 155 138 127 97
25 239 220 205 179 165 126
35 300 276 252 225 205 159
50 374 344 289 280 258 198
70 460 423 355 345 318 244
95 555 510 466 416 383 294
120 636 585 535 476 439 336

Cable cross-section for 400 V

Voltage drop 3%; ambient temperature 25oC; cosø = 0,85.

Motor cooling

Specifi c requirements are posed as to the rate of fl ow past the motor:

Type of motor Rate of fl ow past the motor Liquid temperature
  m/s oC
MOTORS 4" 0.08 35
SMV 0.2 25
SMS 0.2 30
SMP 0.2 70

Calculation of the rate of fl ow past the motor:

gdzie:
Q - pump capacity [m3/h]
Ds -well inside diameter [m]
ds- motor diameter [m]

NOTE: For Vcalc < Vreq, a suction jacket is required on the motor, of which the inside diameter suits the desirable rate of flow past the motor.

Head loss

Flow rate PRESSURE HEAD LOSSES IN STEEL PIPEWORK
Nominal diameter in inches, inside diameter in mm
m3/h l/min. 1/2"
15,75
3/4"
21,25
1"
27,00
1 1/4"
35,75
1 1/2"
41,25
2"
52,50
2 1/2"
68,00
3"
80,25
3 1/2"
92,50
4"
105,0
5"
130,0
6"
155,5
0,6 10 9,9 2,4 0,8                  
0,9 15 20,0 4,90 1,60 0,40                
1,2 20 33,5 8,00 2,60 0,70 0,35              
1,5 25 50,0 12,0 4,00 1,00 0,50              
1,8 30 69,5 16,5 5,30 1,40 0,70 0,25            
2,1 35 91,5 21,5 7,00 2,00 0,90 0,30            
2,4 40   27,7 8,80 2,30 1,20 0,40            
3,0 50   41,5 13,0 3,50 1,70 0,55 0,16          
3,6 60   57,7 18,5 4,80 2,40 0,75 0,22          
4,2 70   76,5 24,0 6,50 3,00 1,00 0,30 0,15        
4,8 80     30,9 8,00 4,00 1,30 0,40 0,18        
5,4 90     38,5 9,90 5,00 1,60 0,50 0,21        
6,0 100     46,5 12,0 6,00 2,00 0,60 0,25 0,13      
7,5 125     70,5 18,0 9,00 3,00 0,85 0,36 0,18 0,10    
9,0 150       25,0 12,0 4,00 1,15 0,50 0,26 0,14    
10,5 175       33,5 16,7 5,20 1,50 0,65 0,35 0,19    
12,0 200       42,5 21,5 6,60 1,90 0,85 0,45 0,25 0,10  
15,0 250       64,9 32,3 10,0 2,90 1,30 0,65 0,35 0,13  
18,0 300         45,5 14,0 4,00 1,80 0,90 0,50 0,17 0,10
24,0 400         78,2 24,0 6,90 3,10 1,50 0,85 0,30 0,13
30,0 500           36,5 10,5 4,70 2,40 1,30 0,50 0,20
36,0 600           51,8 14,7 6,50 3,30 1,80 0,65 0,25
42,0 700             19,5 8,70 4,40 2,40 0,85 0,35
48,0 800             25,2 11,5 5,60 3,10 1,00 0,45
54,0 900             31,5 14,0 7,00 3,75 1,33 0,55
60,0 1000             38,5 17,0 8,50 4,60 1,60 0,68
75,0 1250               26,0 13,0 7,10 2,50 1,10
90,0 1500               39,9 18,5 9,90 3,50 1,45
105,0 1750                 24,8 13,5 4,70 1,95
120,0 2000                 31,9 17,5 6,00 2,50
150,0 2500                   26,5 9,30 3,80
180,0 3000                     13,1 5,50
240,0 4000                     22,8 9,00
300,0 5000                       14,5
Th e pressure loss data above are specifi ed for a 100 m straight section of pipework. For elbows, T-pipes, non-return valves or cut-off gate valves, a length of 5 m is added to the straight section of pipework for each of the above elements.


Flow rate PRESSURE HEAD LOSSES IN PLASTIC PIPEWORK
Outside and inside diameters in mm
m3/h l/min. 25
20,4
32
26,2
40
32,6
50
40,8
63
51,4
75
61,4
90
73,6
110
90,0
125
102,2
140
114,6
160
130,8
180
147,2
0,6 10 1,8 0,7 0,3 0,09                
0,9 15 4,0 1,2 0,6 0,20 0,06              
1,2 20 6,4 2,2 0,9 0,30 0,11              
1,5 25 10,0 3,5 1,4 0,50 0,18 0,09            
1,8 30 13,0 4,5 2,0 0,60 0,22 0,10            
2,1 35 16,0 6,0 2,5 0,70 0,27 0,12            
2,4 40 22,0 7,5 3,4 0,95 0,35 0,16 0,07          
3,0 50 37,0 11,0 4,8 1,40 0,50 0,25 0,09          
3,6 60 43,0 15,0 6,5 1,90 0,70 0,35 0,13 0,06        
4,2 70 50,0 18,0 8,0 2,50 0,80 0,40 0,18 0,07        
4,8 80   25,0 10,5 3,00 1,30 0,50 0,25 0,08        
5,4 90   30,0 12,0 3,50 1,40 0,60 0,30 0,09 0,05      
6,0 100   39,0 16,0 4,60 1,80 0,70 0,35 0,12 0,07      
7,5 125   50,0 24,0 6,60 2,50 1,10 0,50 0,20 0,10 0,06    
9,0 150     33,0 8,50 3,50 1,40 0,60 0,25 0,15 0,08    
10,5 175     38,0 11,00 4,50 1,80 0,80 0,30 0,18 0,09    
12,0 200     50,0 14,00 5,50 2,40 1,00 0,40 0,21 0,12 0,06  
15,0 250       21,00 8,00 3,70 1,50 0,60 0,35 0,18 0,1 0,07
18,0 300       28,00 10,50 4,60 1,90 0,80 0,45 0,25 0,15 0,09
24,0 400         19,00 8,00 3,60 1,40 0,8 0,45 0,25 0,15
30,0 500         28,00 11,50 5 2,00 1,20 0,65 0,35 0,20
36,0 600         37,00 15,00 6,6 2,60 1,50 0,80 0,45 0,30
42,0 700         47,00 24,00 8,00 3,50 1,90 1,10 0,6 0,40
48,0 800           26,00 11,00 4,50 2,60 1,40 0,80 0,50
54,0 900           33,00 13,50 5,50 3,20 1,70 0,95 0,6
60,0 1000           40,00 16,00 6,50 4,00 2,2 1,20 0,75
75,0 1250             25,00 9,00 5,00 3,00 1,60 0,95
90,0 1500             33,00 13,00 8,00 4,10 2,30 1,40
105,0 1750             44,00 17,50 9,80 5,8 3,30 2,00
120,0 2000               23,00 13,00 7,00 4,00 2,50
150,0 2500               34,00 18,00 10,50 6,00 3,50
180,0 3000               45,00 27,00 14,00 7,50 5,50
240,0 4000                 43,00 24,00 13,00 7,50
300,0 5000                   33,00 18,00 11,00



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