Water pump

  We can use water pumps in almost any situation. Because we, as a Small Household Submersible Pump manufacturer, have many pumps in stock and work closely with various China Submersible Pump factories, we guarantee fast delivery and appropriate solutions. xizisubmersiblepump.com is a service-oriented online store with a wide range of pumps and accessories. There are many different types of water pumps. The following is a list of the main categories.

  How does the pump work?

  There are many different types of water pumps, including submersible pumps, irrigation pumps, and circulating pumps. Although all pumps operate differently, generally speaking, pumps can be divided into three categories. There are self-priming pumps, centrifugal pumps, and underwater pumps.

  Self-priming pump

  The self-priming pump is placed outside the water. The pump's engine operates the pump housing. The pump housing of the self-priming pump has suction and output diameters. Using the suction port diameter, the pump can suck water through the suction hose. The end of the suction hose can be placed in the water source (underwater). The pump housing includes one or more impellers. The impeller is similar to a closed rotor blade, and the rotor blade rotates to exert a certain suction and compression force. The rotation of the impeller releases these forces and allows the pump to suck in water up to 8 meters deep. The pressure in these types of pumps is always much greater and is expressed in terms of the head or maximum pressure. A rule of thumb: the more impellers, the more pressure the pump can apply.

  Centrifugal pump

  Centrifugal pumps are basically the same as self-priming pumps, although they either have a very light self-priming function or none at all. Since centrifugal pumps have a small suction force, they must always be started manually. Therefore, these pumps are usually used for smaller suction heights or systems where water is already supplied to the pump or closed systems (circulation pumps).

  Underwater pump

  As mentioned earlier, submersible pumps (usually submersible pumps and well pumps) are completely submerged in water. Since these pumps are equipped with open impellers, water can easily flow to them. After the impeller starts to rotate, the "paddle" of the impeller more or less presses the water into the pump casing. For submersible pumps, a part of the pump housing is equipped with a diameter through which water can be discharged from the pump. The water is always looking for the path of least resistance, in this case, this is the delivery diameter. By connecting a drain hose, water can be transported to another location. A good pump has multiple impellers located above each other, each impeller capable of increasing the water pressure to the delivery diameter.

  xizisubmersiblepump.com offers many types of pumps and has been carefully selected by category so that customers can choose the right pump for any situation at a competitive price.