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Submersible pumps are used for pumping clean water from wells, springs, and collecting tanks. While self-priming pumps and home water stations only draw water from the source, well pumps are submerged in the water, which they suck in and subsequently force a column of water into the pipes and to the distribution points. Therefore, they can be used at depths greater than 8 meters. The specific shape of well pumps allows for use even in narrow spaces, such as narrow water wells, and they can be connected both in series and in parallel.
And how to choose a submersible pump for a well? To start, you must know the following parameters:
Depth of the well and distance to extraction points (from which you can easily calculate the pump's transport height)
Estimated amount of water the submersible pump is to draw
Amount of solid substances in the water (determined from a chemical analysis of the water)
We recommend getting a complete set, which includes everything you need, including protective elements (such as dry running protection, voltage fluctuation protection, etc.). Not only do you not have to purchase additional accessories, but these protective functions will reward you with longer pump life and lower operating costs.