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Main pump purpose?
Suitable pumps are available for every purpose. The list of available options ranges from pumps for
For watering purposes, pumps can be used that utilize e.g. a well, a cistern or a rain barrel as their source. A distinction is made between garden pumps and submersible / rain barrel pumps, submersible / deep well pumps for wells, shafts or reservoirs, as well as dirty water pumps for dirty water sources. Domestic waterworks are also suitable for supplying service water for watering.
Dewatering and pumping out dirty water pose a particular challenge to pumps and are only possible if the pumps meet certain requirements. Dirty water is often permeated with foreign bodies, which is why clear water pumps and service water pumps are not suitable for pumping out dirty water. Dirty water pumps or combined dirty water and clear water pumps are a quick solution for pumping out ponds, building pits or cellar rooms, as well as for other drainage tasks.
of large vessels or storage reservoirs, ponds or flooded cellars – right up to systems for providing a complete
domestic water supply
The domestic water supply does not necessarily need to be provided with expensive drinking water or tap water that has been purified in several steps. The alternative is a domestic waterworks or an automatic waterworks, which makes service water available from a cistern, a well or even from rainwater for the washing machine or for toilet flush systems. The requirement for this is that there must be a second pipe system that keeps the service water separate from the normal tap water.
. Simply tell us what you need the pump for.
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How high should the water be pumped?
The maximum delivery height plays a decisive role in determining the required power of your new pump. As a general rule: The greater the delivery head, the more high-performance a pump needs to be. Please state here the maximum height to which the water is to be pumped, starting from the lowest position of the pump.