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Submersible Pumps For Dirty Water

Submersible Pumps For Dirty Water

High quality Submersible Pumps For Dirty Water

Submersible pumps for dirty water are suitable to drain dirty water, sewage and liquids with dirt residues up to 40 mm. These electric pumps allow you to draw water from wells, construction sites, ponds, flooded basements and so on.

How do they work?

The operation of a submersible pump for dirty water is quite simple: once switched it on, electricity activates the device engaging the rotation of the impellers, which then absorb the water in the pump casing and then discharge it through the appropriate hose.
Basically, pumps of this type push water to the surface, unlike clear water pumps, which absorb it.

What is the definition of a submersible pump?

A submersible pump is a tool used to move water, specifically to draw water from a well or cistern and push it where necessary.
They are called “submersible” precisely because this type of pump only works properly when fully submerged in the water to draw.
They are made of different materials, which can range from technopolymer and stainless steel to specific materials to withstand particular acids or chemical compounds.
They consist of a hydraulic part and an electric part. The hydraulic part can contain different impellers, even more than 60 in the same pump body, and are designed for different depths.

How to chose the most suitable model?

The following features are useful for choosing the model of submersible pump that best suits your needs:

  • The head lift, i.e. the difference in height between the surface and where the machine is positioned.
  • Submersion depth
  • Suction hose length
  • Flow rate
  • Temperature of the water while passing through the pump.
  • Water level

Advantages and disadvantages of a Submersible Pump:

The main advantage of a submersible pump is that it is never powered, as it is always submerged in the water.
Thus, it turns out ot be very efficient as it never really use much energy to move the water, as it is the pressure itself that pushes it upwards.
The main disadvantage, however, is that the seals are subject to wear over time, and when this happens, water enters the motor damaging it.

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