A water pump is a machine used to increase the pressure of water in order to move it from one place to another. It is common to see that people use water pumps throughout the world now. We use it supply water for municipal, industrial agricultural and residential uses.
During agricultural production, they are one of the most important machines for farming irrigation. And they also be called irrigation pump. Because they move water from its source to the fields and crops with different forms of drip,sprinklers, etc.
Water pumps can work in a few different ways. But in the simplest terms, they consist of three main parts: an inlet, pump system and an outlet. Water is drawn into the pump though the inlet inside and outlet outside when a pressure difference is made. All these need energy to work, so we have types in gasoline , fossil fuel ones and solar water pumps.
WG series Gasoline Water Pump is easy to start, proving sufficient power under the worst conditions with wear resistance and long life. WG20 and WG30 has the difference in water flow.
When you considering a water pump, your water source will play a big role in which one is suitable for you.
If your water source is at the surface such as a river, lake, water pan, tank or even a very shallow well, it means your water level is between 0and 7m. Then a Surface water pump will be suitable for you.
Otherwise, if your water source is deeper than 7 meters, you will need a type of Submersible. This is because pumps that are placed on the surface cannot lift water from any deeper down than 7m. Instead of being placed on the surface, the Submersible ones are lowered into the water using power cables and the outlet hose attached to lift water.
RR series Submersible pump is a kind of water-lifting machine in deep into water, easy to use, efficient and saving energy.
Anyway, when choosing a water pump, not only the price, but also with your budget, farm size, waters and power source, and water volume should be all taken into account.
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