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LATEST SUBMERSIBLE WATER PUMP PRICE LIST – UPDATED JUNE 2024

 

>Ebara – Optima M  

  • Flow variance – from 1.2 m3/hr  to 9 m3/hr
  • Head from 1.5 m –  7.6 m (0.15 Bar to 0.76 Bar) 

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Price
(EX VAT)
Ebara Optima M – 0.25 kW R3 512,90

>Ebara – Best One 

  • Flow variance – from 1.2 m3/hr  to 10.2 m3/hr
  • Head from 1.5 m –  9 m (0.15 Bar to 0.9 Bar) 

Description

Price
(EX VAT)
Ebara Best One Vox 0.25 kW R4 401,00
Ebara Best One MA 0.25 kW R5 358,00
Ebara Best One MS 0.25 kW  R6 870,00

>Ebara – Best 2 – 5 

  • Flow variance – from 1.2 m3/hr  to 10.2 m3/hr
  • Head from 1.5 m –  9 m (0.15 Bar to 0.9 Bar) 

 

 

LIST OF COMMON SUBMERSIBLE WATER PUMP ENQUIRIES WE GET

operation of a submersible pump animation rom m bond pumps
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW

Submersible water pumps describe a broad spectrum of water pumps which pump liquids including water and sewage while fully submerged in the mediam they are required to pump. Their motors are insulated from liquid ingress and rely on the liquid immersion to prevent them from overheating during operation.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

These pumps typically produce lower pressures when compared to other types of pumps but are known for producing decent flows. They are best at transferring liquids containing solid particles and long strands. A large submersible can transfer particles up to 100mm in diameter which makes this type of pump the first choice for pumping waste water and other types of polluted effluents and industrial wastes. 

operation of a submersible pump animation rom m bond pumps
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW

Submersible water pumps describe a broad spectrum of water pumps which pump liquids including water and sewage while fully submerged in the mediam they are required to pump. Their motors are insulated from liquid ingress and rely on the liquid immersion to prevent them from overheating during operation.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

These pumps typically produce lower pressures when compared to other types of pumps but are known for producing decent flows. They are best at transferring liquids containing solid particles and long strands. A large submersible can transfer particles up to 100mm in diameter which makes this type of pump the first choice for pumping waste water and other types of polluted effluents and industrial wastes. 

>What is a submersible pump?

A submersible pump is an electromechanical device which is placed underwater and, when energised, pumps liquid from a lower enclosed body to a higher level or further point.

>What is the submersible pump used for?

The submersible pump is used to pump water from any enclosed or low-lying area to a higher one. Common scenarios where submersible pumps get used include sewer sumps, storm-water collectors, seepage waters, lift shafts, deep basements and underground car garages, to name but a few.

>What is the major disadvantage of a submersible pump?

A major disadvantage of a submersible pump is that these pumps typically have low-pressure head capabilities. Unlike other common pumps, submersible pumps generally can’t provide more than several bars of water pressure. For example, smaller submersible pumps produce between 0.1 to 1 Bar of water pressure, while larger municipal submersible pumps can pump to a maximum of 3 or 4 bar.

>What is a submersible well pump?

A submersible well pump is a water pump fully submerged inside a well and used to pump water to the surface. This pump has both a water outlet pipe and an electrical cable connected to it. The submersible well pump is kept underwater when operational.

>How long can a submersible pump stay in water?

A submersible pump can stay in water permanently. These pumps are designed to operate underwater. Given that a submersible pump can last for many years, it is not uncommon for them to stay in water for up to 10 years.

>Can a submersible pump run continuously?

A submersible pump can only run continuously if it is correctly selected to operate for 24 hours per day, at a continuous duty cycle. If a submersible pump is not designed to run continuously, it will overheat and fail prematurely.

>Is a submersible pump safe?

Submersible pumps are only safe when maintained in good working order. Remember that submersibles are electrically operated, so any damage to the supply cable or the pump body may result in a dangerous electric shock.

>Can a submersible pump run dry?

A submersible pump must not run dry. If a submersible pump runs dry, damage to the motor will result, and the pump will cease to function correctly. Using a level float switch is prudent, which ensures the pump will switch off before running dry.

>Which submersible is best?

The best submersible pump is the type best suited to your unique pumping requirements. There are so many different brands of submersible pumps. While some submersible pumps are cheaper than others, even using a very expensive submersible pump for the incorrect application will likely cause the pump to underperform or fail.

>What are the types of submersible pump?

The different types of submersible pumps are categorised according to their function. Types of submersible pumps include:

1.  Well pumps
2.  Sewage pumps
3.  Lifter pumps
4.  Booster sump pumps
5.  Vortex pumps
6.  High lift pumps
7.  Low lift pumps

>How high can a submersible pump lift water?

A submersible pump can lift water to a height corresponding to the pump’s rated head. For example, if a pump has a pressure rating of 1 Bar and is submerged to the height of its outlet, it can theoretically lift water 10 meters. If one allows for altitude, friction and minor losses, a general rule-of-thumb will be approximately 80% of the rated head or 8 meters. Following the same logic, a submersible pump with a 3 Bar pressure rating should be able to lift water at least 24 meters high. It is useful to remember that 1 Bar equals approximately 10 meters of pressure head.

Specialised submersble pumps are able to pump around 60,000 litres each second and were manufactured by Nijhuis Pumps in the Netherlands, back in 2004. The name plate on the pump is Nijhuis-HP1-4000.340. This pump made it into the Guinness book of records! 

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