WWP 45

With an hourly pump capacity of up to 45 m³ of water, the WWP 45 waste water pump impresses with a powerful petrol engine in applications where there is no external power supply.

Flooded cellars or excavation pits are typical applications of our highly mobile WWP 45 waste water pump with robust tubular steel frame which is designed for tough applications. Thanks to a powerful petrol engine the machine works fully independently of an external power supply and is able to pump out up to 45 m³ of water per hour (750 litres every minute). It also easily processes very coarse particles up to a diameter of maximum 30 millimetres. If required, the pump can also be used for other applications, e.g. for water supply in agriculture.

Features and benefits
 WWP 45: Developed for tough applications
Developed for tough applications
A robust tubular steel frame reliably protects the machine against damage. Also easily processes coarse particles up to a size of 30 millimetres.
 WWP 45: Very powerful
Very powerful
Uninterrupted pumping of up to 100 m For the quick pumping of very large water volumes (750 l/min or 45 m³/h).
 WWP 45: Wide range of application
Wide range of application
Fast loading of HD/HDS trailers or IB containers. Can be used for pumping out excavation pits, underground car parks or underpasses.
Ease of use
  • Powerful EU STAGE V petrol engines with pull start and manual choke.
  • High mobility and simple transport thanks to compact size and low weight.
  • All service-relevant components are easily accessible.

Technical data

Flow rate (m³/h) 45
Max. suction height (m) max. 7
Max. delivery head (m) max. 25
Max. particle size (mm) max. 30
Motor type Petrol
Cubic capacity (cm³) 196
Engine rating (kW/hp) 5.1 / 6.9
Tank capacity (l) 3.6
Weight without accessories (kg) 35.7
Weight incl. packaging (kg) 40.8
Dimensions (L × W × H) (mm) 629 x 425 x 445


  • Manual choke
  • Oil dipstick
  • Suction basket
  • Hose clamp, 3 piece(s)
  • Hose coupling, 2 piece(s)
 WWP 45
 WWP 45
Application areas
  • Pumping out large water volumes in construction, e.g. flooded excavation pits
  • Pumping out large water volumes in municipalities, e.g. flooded cellars
  • Pumping large water volumes in agriculture, e.g. for the water supply
  • Also for the quick filling of water tanks, e.g. HD trailers