When you use a powerful pump, you need to ensure that it can also release its pressure sufficiently. Releasing pressure is important with lighter models, but even more so with more powerful ones.
Booster pumps operate by means of a mechanical or electronic pressure switch, that measures the current water pipe pressure, enabling the pump to switch on or switch off automatically. If a pressure switch is not set correctly or too sensitively, the pump may not perform optimally. This blog will help solve that problem.
Increasingly more people place a water well in their garden to collect rainwater, which is then filtered and reused. To be able to do this, a water well always needs to be equipped with a pump. In this article, you can read about which borehole pump model works best for you.
You have installed a booster pump that does not switch off automatically, even though all the draw-off points are closed. How can you solve this problem? For you to understand this problem, we first need to explain how booster pumps actually work. Then it will be easier to understand what causes the problem and how it can be resolved.
Are you installing an additional washbasin, a shower, or a washing machine, or does your tap/shower not supply enough water? In older houses, the water pressure is usually quite low and often needs to be boosted. But which water pumps are suitable for this?
If the ditch is shallow and contains relatively little water, chances are that solid particles will also be pumped with it. This situation should be avoided with regard to garden and booster pumps because they are unable to handle solid particles. The hose can be fitted with a filter. However, the filter can also become blocked, as a result of which the pump will be unable to draw in any water and may run dry.
The name says it all: a submersible pump is immersed in a liquid, and it pumps away water that is not needed.
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.