The XLT Pumps range in volume output from 15 liters per minute to 54 liters per minute at pressure ranging from 150bar to 300bar.

The XLT4317-I and XLT5415-I are extremely popular for domestic drain cleaning and some sewer cleaning applications.

XLT Pumps

Shaft Size:   Ø 24mm

Max Temp:   65°C

Weight:   17.2kg

Oil Capacity:   1.2L

Specifications of XLT Pumps

Model

Volume

Pressure

Power Output

XLT1530 I

15 L/min

300bar

11.5hp

8.5kW

XLT1830 I

18 L/min

300bar

13.7hp

10.1kW

XLT2230 I

22 L/min

300bar

16.6hp

12.2kW

XLT2530 I

25 L/min

300bar

19.2hp

14.1kW

XLT2730 I

27 L/min

300bar

20.5hp

15.1kW

XLT3025 I

30 L/min

250bar

19.3hp

14.2kW

XLT3325 I

33 L/min

250bar

21.4hp

15.7kW

XLT3517 I

35L/min

170bar

15.2hp

11.2kW

XLT4317 I

43 L/min

170bar

19.1hp

14.1kW

XLT5415 I

54 L/min

150bar

21.2hp

15.6kW

Please note we do not carry stock of all the XLT Pumps in this range. Pumps can be specially imported by this can take up to 2 months depending on the choice of transport and the cost.

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Hawk have an enviable reputation for being able to custom design solutions for local problems. All equipment is manufactured at the Durban factory where quality and practicality are always considered. The resulting solutions are designed to be robust enough for the tough African market.

Our Guarantee

Precision engineering and the use of high quality materials have enabled Hawk in South Africa to give a comprehensive guarantee to cover their products. A full one year’s warranty covers the workmanship and materials against defects (excluding wear and tear items) on all manufactured units.

Non-foaming Oil

Hawk Non-Foaming OilHawk Oil has been developed in conjunction with a leading oil manufacturer for the Hawk range of high pressure piston pumps. The Hawk oil is non-foaming, thereby reducing the amount of bubbles in the oil, and the amount of air in the bearings. This in turn increases the lubricating properties of the oil. The lack of emulsifiers in the oil reduces its ability to become milky in humid conditions.