Features and Advantages of a Submersible Pump
A submersible pump is submerged in water or liquid which means that the motor is closely sealed and close-coupled to the body of the pump. A submersible pump pushes water to the surface by converting rotary energy into pressure energy. This is done by the water being pulled into the pump: first in the intake, where the rotation of the impeller pushes the water through the diffuser. From there, it goes to the surface.
The major advantage to a submersible pump is that it never has to be primed, because it is already submerged in the fluid. Submersible pumps don’t really have to spend a lot of energy moving water into the pump., thus “saving” a lot of the pump’s energy.
Apart from this submersible pumps are so versatile and can easily handle Different types and viscosity of liquids like water, oils, slush etc . Submersible pumps are quiet, because they are under water, and cavitation is never an issue, because there is no “spike” in pressure as the water flows through the pump.Due to these advantages , a submersible pump is usually the first choice of many !
|Model||HP||Head Range||Discharge Range|
|100mm (4||0.75 - 5.00||Upto 282m||Upto 350 LPM|
|75mm(3||0.75 - 2.00||Upto 115m||Upto 45 LPM|
|150mm (6||3.00 - 20.00||Upto 305m||Upto 1500 LPM|
|Primary - Domestic, Agriculture|
|Secondary - Domestic, Agriculture|