Stainless Steel Submersible Bore Hole Pump for 4" & 6" Well Casing
- Optimized hydraulics with efficiency of up to 80%
- Long Service and corrosion resistant
- ACS Certified for domestic hot water applications
- High range of performance from 1 to 250m3/h
- High degree of flexibility
A submersible pump is a unit
combining a pump and a motor to an enclosed unit,
suitable for submerged installation.
There are two types of submerged pumps:
A submerged pump type with a submersible motor.
A submerged pump with a dry motor,
which is connected to the pump by a long shaft.
As the name suggests, a submersible pump
is designed to work with the entire assembly,
consisting of pump and motor,
fully submerged in the liquid or medium to be processed.
This type of pump has a hermetically
sealed motor which is close-coupled to the pump body.
A water pump is used to move, compress,
or transfer water from a lower level to a higher one.
The main purpose of a water pump is to transfer
water between two points and to get rid of excess water.
It is often used in construction sites, tunnels,
river beds, residential buildings, etc.
Dry running of the pump can damage the mechanical seal
and the motor. For this reason, the float switches should
be arranged so that the fill level in the shaft does not fall
below the minimum level required to operate the pump.
The life expectancy of the submersible
pump depends on different factors, such
as quality, electrical supply/voltage of the pump,
and for how many hours it will be used. On average,
for a residential 3-wire submersible pump,
the shelf-life is 10-15 years, and for a 2-wire pump, it's 8-13 years.
Wells are extremely important to all societies.
In many places wells provide a reliable and Sample
supply of water for home uses, irrigation, and industries.
Where surface water is scarce, such as in deserts,
people couldn't survive and thrive without groundwater
and people use wells to get at underground water.
Submersibles are usually installed below the water
level in a well but can be installed in a lake, cistern or river.
Surface pumps are usually mounted above the
water level which requires a suction lift,the distance
between the water
level and the inlet of the pump.