A submersible pump is one that has to be immersed in water, and is normally used to drain water. These pumps are used in situations that involve flooding, such as rising groundwater in cellars or basements, flooded boats, or flooded areas.
A garden pump is one that is used to obtain water from a well, a canal, a lake, or a ditch, and provides high pressure to irrigate a garden or plots of land. The device is fitted with impellers that push the water from the pump under a certain pressure. By means of hoses, this water can be pumped to an impeller, an irrigator, or a sprinkler, which in turn irrigate the soil.
You are looking for a pump, but for what purpose? Do you want a pump to spray/irrigate your garden or land, or to use rainwater or well water in the house? Do you need a pump to increase the water pressure in your pipes, or perhaps to drain a space or cellar? As you can see, we supply a wide range of pumps, and for almost any situation. However, before buying a pump, it is important to know what exactly you are looking for. We have many models in stock and can provide one quickly. We will be happy to help you further once you know what you want the pump to do.
Water pumps come in a variety of models and sizes, and can be used for a number of situations. In principle, every type of water can be pumped as long as the appropriate model pump is used. This brings us to the major question: What pump do I need?
Water, submersible, and garden pumps are complex products, and this leads to a fair number of questions about their performance. For this reason, Waterpump.co.uk intends to post informative blogs in the near future, in which, in cooperation with the manufacturer, DAB, we will answer the most frequently asked questions and also discuss examples from practice.