Garden Pumps? Especially during the summer period, irrigation can be essential to keep your garden nice and green. The water to irrigate your garden can be provided by water tanks, wells, boreholes, spring, lakes etc. However, in any of these situations you do need a garden pump.
There are many different types of garden pumps, submersible or surface pump. It is always recommended to use a self-priming pump, easy to install and maintenance free.
In case we have to extract the water from a borehole, we recommend using a submersible pump. There are hundreds of models available in the market, depending on the size of the installation and on the budget available.
A very standard system is with a pressure switch and a water pump. When we open the tap, or when the irrigation system demand water, the pressure switch starts the pump and the system start working. Once the pipe is closed and the pressure in the pressure tank is reached, the pressure switch stops the pump. The pressure switch can be adjusted to start and stop the pump, according to the application/pressure required.
Otherwise is possible for example to use a frequency inverter to control the pump. In this scenario, the frequency inverter will start and stop the pump according to the demand of water/pressure. The inverter will control the speed of the motor to maintain the pressure and flow required.
Both surface pumps and submersible pumps can be controlled with the system mentioned above, it is just a question of budget and performance. A frequency inverter not only creates a constant pressure flow, it also features dry running protection, overload protection and advanced motor protection.
Actions to do after Garden Pump installation
Once the correct pump is selected, in order to finish the installation, it is necessary to install a pipework system (they can be above or below ground level) and delivery water to sprinklers, ponds, plants, car washing etc…
Depending on the water supply (borehole, tanks etc) we will use a surface pump or a submersible pump (always when water level is lower than 9 meters from ground level). Afterwards the pump has to be correctly sized accordingly to the demand and pressure of water needed by the irrigation system.
Peel Pumps carry a very large stock of garden pumps for next day deliveries, it can provide the full service, including fittings, pressure tank, press control and many other products.
For more information or advise, do not hesitate to contact PEEL Pumps at 01706 558352 or write to email@example.com.
Pressure Boosting Pumps
Pressure boosting pumps are an important part of many systems, from industrial and residential water systems to HVAC and fire protection systems. They are used to increase water pressure to desired levels, ensuring that the water is of the best quality and that it is delivered at the right pressure for a range of applications.
These pumps are used in a variety of applications, including providing water supply to residential and commercial areas, irrigation systems, fire suppression systems, and air conditioning and heating systems. The pumps are designed to increase the water pressure in order to ensure that the desired amount of water is delivered to the designated area.
Pressure boosting pumps work by using a number of different methods, including centrifugal force, turbine force, and positive displacement. Each of these techniques is designed to increase the pressure of the water in the system.
Centrifugal force is the most commonly used method for pressure boosting pumps. It works by spinning a large impeller inside the pump, creating a vacuum. This vacuum draws in water and then propels it out of the pump with increased pressure.
Turbine force is another common method used in pressure boosting pumps. This method works by using a turbine to create a high-pressure jet of water that is sent through the pump and out into the system.
Finally, positive displacement pumps are used in pressure boosting systems. These pumps work by displacing a certain amount of water and then compressing it, creating a much higher pressure.
When choosing the correct product, it is important to consider the requirements of the system, the size of the pump, and the type of pump that is best suited for the job. For example, centrifugal pumps are generally best suited for large systems, while positive displacement pumps are better for smaller systems.
In addition to choosing the right type of pump, it is also important to consider the maintenance and repair needs of the system. Pressure boosting pumps require regular maintenance and repairs in order to keep them running efficiently and safely. Regular maintenance includes checking the pressure, cleaning the pump and the system, and ensuring that all the necessary seals and gaskets are in good condition.
Overall, pressure boosting pumps are an essential part of many systems, from residential and commercial water systems to HVAC and fire protection systems. These pumps are designed to increase the pressure of the water in order to ensure that the desired amount of water is delivered to the designated area. In addition, it is important to consider the size of the pump and the type of pump that is best suited for the job when selecting a pressure boosting pump. Finally, regular maintenance and repairs are necessary in order to ensure that the pump is running efficiently and safely.
TLDR: Pressure boosting pumps are designed to increase the pressure of existing fluid flow systems enabling pumping systems to achieve higher flow rates and overcome high system head. Pressure boosting pumps are typically used in water systems or applications where there is low waste contamination.
You can boost pressure for domestic shower and tap water or also for industrial purposes, like farming.
We have in stock several specific and general solutions for all your needs.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for please phone 01706 558352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We suggest to search for a more efficient watering system