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BBA Pumps Introduces the New BA150E Mobile Pump

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
The BA150E has been the most popular model in the BA series of dry prime pumps for many years. Partly due to the stricter emission requirements, BBA Pumps has made several changes to improve the performance of the new 6-inch diesel driven pump.

In brief

The strict emissions legislation will lead to a reduction in emissions, but also positively directs improvements in pump performance and ease of use. The new BA150E is powered by a clean Tier 4 Final electronically controlled diesel engine. The maximum speed has been increased to 1900 rpm, this increases the operational efficiency and delivers more pump pressure.

Ease of use

The electronically controlled engine no longer communicates via ‘smoke signals’ but informs the user of the current status conveniently via a display on the pump’s dashboard. The speed can be adjusted at the push of a button so that you never use more fuel than you need.

A new canopy

With the advent of new diesel technology, mobile pumps need more space in the canopy for after treatment systems and engine cooling. Optimal accessibility for regular maintenance has also become an important issue. Therefore, BBA Pumps has developed a new canopy that meets all requirements.

The new BA150E makes a big impression

The new 6-inch waste water pump has been presented in its first trade shows and received an extremely enthusiastic reception from the industry due to the improved performance and ease of use. We summarise the most important features below:
  • Capacity max. 2100 US GPM (477 m3/hour)
  • Delivery head up to 125 ft. / 54 PSI (38 mwc)
  • Pump efficiency improves up to 79%
  • Standard 4-year BBA manufacturer’s warranty
  • Total weight remains same at 3527 lbs. (1600 kg)
  • Handling and ability to stack is identical to previous model
  • Complies with Tier 4 final emission regulations
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