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Definition and Types of Submersible Pumps


A submersible pump is a pump designed to be completely submerged in water or other liquids. It works by using a motor to push water up the pump and out the discharge pipe. Submersible pumps are ideal for applications where the water source is below the surface, such as wells, tanks and ponds.


Such as in sewage treatment plants or irrigation systems. Submersible pumps come in a variety of sizes and capacities.


Submersible pump application


Submersible pumps are used in a variety of environments including residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural. In residential settings, submersible pumps can be used to circulate hot water in hot tubs or swimming pools, pump out flooded basements, or provide water pressure for irrigation systems.


In commercial and industrial settings, submersible pumps are commonly used to move water during manufacturing and to pump wastewater away from the production site. Submersible pumps are also commonly used in agricultural settings to move water from ponds or wells to livestock or irrigation system tanks.


Advantages of Submersible pump


Submersible pumps offer many advantages for a range of applications. They are designed to be energy-efficient and reliable, providing a powerful and effective solution for moving water from one point to another. Submersible pumps are easy to install and require minimal maintenance, making them a great choice for those looking for an efficient and convenient way to move water. Additionally, they are safe to use in both freshwater and saltwater environments, as well as in hazardous areas.



How to Choose a Submersible pump



1.Discharge Height

Generally, submersible pumps are used to pump water from lower to higher locations. This is the discharge height. It is used to determine whether the water will reach the designated height or not. If you want to pump water from the rain barrel to another container then your discharge height will be quite less. But if you look to pump water from the basement to a significantly higher place then you would need a higher discharge height.


2.Discharge Rate

The discharge rate defines how much water the submersible can pump per hour or minute. This is also known as the pump’s power level. If you are looking to pump water out of the barrel, then a 250-500 per hour power level will be sufficient for this application. If you want to pump water out from a basement level, then you’ll need a submersible with a high-power level i.e., with a discharge rate of 1 – 2 gallons per hour.


3.Back-up System

Submersible pumps are powered by electrical voltage. Thus, it is very important to get a pump with a power backup to avoid the severe flooding and cleaning process which largely depends on electrical pumps. A pump with the battery will provide power and make it last through the long hour contingency situations.

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