Know Some Knowledge About Choosing the Right Submersible Pump

When searching in hardware stores or online. When choosing the right Stainless Steel Submersible Pump e well pump for your home, many variables are involved. Some wells are more than 800 feet (250m) deep, while others are 80 feet (25m) deep. Water demand varies from a few gallons per minut

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  When searching in hardware stores or online. When choosing the right Stainless Steel Submersible Pump e well pump for your home, many variables are involved. Some wells are more than 800 feet (250m) deep, while others are 80 feet (25m) deep. Water demand varies from a few gallons per minute to hundreds of gallons per minute, depending on whether you are supplying water for a small villa or a large estate.

  When choosing a submersible pump, don't fall into the trap of thinking you need a certain horsepower pump. A 1/2 HP 5 GPM pump produces more pressure and less flow than a 1/2 HP 10 GPM pump. In the pump industry, we usually specify pumps based on the required flow and horsepower. Another more precise way to specify a pump is through the so-called "design point" of the pump. The design point includes the required flow rate and the amount of pressure (head) that the pump needs to generate. When specifying the correct pump, specifying the required pressure and flow is more important than the horsepower required by the motor. Some pumps may be very efficient and can provide flow and pressure with less power, so cheaper competitors need lower horsepower motors. Although a more efficient pump may cost more, keep in mind that it will work for several hours a day. The cumulative power savings over the next 7 to 10 years will be enough to pay for more expensive and efficient pumps when you consider reduced energy consumption. In the long run, cheap pumps may be much more expensive.

  So what are the factors that influence the selection of the correct submersible pump for your well? The correct answer is that the best pump is a pump that provides the required water and pressure while keeping the pump running in the best efficiency zone.

  Under some HPs, you will notice that some pumps will have difficulty meeting pressure and flow requirements, and are likely to work outside the "best efficiency zone" shown in the blue background of the pump graph. Although some pumps can meet the flow and pressure requirements, their expected working area cannot. Another important factor is that larger pumps cost more money! Large pumps require larger wires and larger pipes to withstand the increased weight of pumps, pipes, water, and wires of this size. When you add up larger pumps, wires, and pipes, your installation costs may more than double. In this case, a larger, higher horsepower pump is definitely not "better", because it will hurt your wallet at the first purchase and make your wallet unnecessary in the future due to unnecessary low efficiency/high energy consumption Thinner. In addition, if the oil well cannot provide 20 gallons of water per minute, the pump may over-pump the oil well and start to suck in the air! This may damage the pump, and then a special controller needs to be installed to shut it off when the water runs out. The "bigger is better" mentality will cause many problems and costs in the future and should be avoided!

   Hangzhou Xizi Pump Industry Co., Ltd. is a company that produces Stainless Steel Submersible Sewage pumps, Automatic Grease Separators, and Automatic Sewage Lifter. Please contact us if you need it.