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Water Pumps & Fittings

Arriving on this page means you’re probably looking at low water pressure, a flood at home, or perhaps worse. Installing a water pump can solve your problem. However, there’s a catch: You must choose the right equipment for the task at hand. So, what should you consider when shopping for a wa...
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Arriving on this page means you’re probably looking at low water pressure, a flood at home, or perhaps worse. Installing a water pump can solve your problem. However, there’s a catch: You must choose the right equipment for the task at hand. So, what should you consider when shopping for a water pump? Type of water pump Pumps come in different shapes and sizes, and each type works for a specific purpose. For instance, you cannot use a submersible water pump for a borehole. You need a device with enough power to push water to the desired height. Similarly, a water boosting pump will not work for a flooded basement. So getting this part right plays a significant role in the success of your project. GPM Discharge Capacity So you have the right pump for your situation, but is it powerful enough to get the job done? Well, that’s why every pump comes with a GPM value. Essentially, this number informs us how rapidly or powerfully the water will emerge from the pump’s outlet. A dirty water pump, for example, needs to have a high GPM. That’s because these devices are often used to remove unwanted and sometimes contaminated water from properties; moreover, this has to happen fast. Of course, there are other aspects to consider, such as cost and brand, but the pump type and whether it is fit for purpose remain the key aspects to consider when buying a pump. Check out our boiler pumps, submersible pumps and dirty water pump for pricing and specifications for shopping with confidence.
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