Types of Water Pumps
We have three different types of water pumps available for domestic and commercial applications. The constant pressure pump systems are designed to switch on each time a tap is turned on or a toilet is flushed as it recognises the drop in pressure that is caused by the tap being opened and then switches on to supply water to that tap. A pressure vessel pump system works with high and low pressures to switch the pump on and off so that it can potentially reduce the number of start and stop cycles for a pump and reduce the amount of power used to deliver water to your tap. Finally, the control switch pump system combines a constant pressure rainwater pump with a rainwater harvesting control switch in which it switches water supply to the mains water when the rainwater tank is empty.
Things to Consider When Choosing Your Water Pump
Before making your decision, you must consider a number of key things: the location of where you are going to use the water relative to the tank (number of outlets as well as the height and distance from the pump are important factors in determining the size of pump you need); the need for continuous water supply; and the need for stainless steel componentry to ensure the pump does not rust or discolour your water.