Submersible pumps

Pumps designed to provide water supplies in isolated locations, with no long cables to bury or electricity bills to pay.
For most drilled wells the water level will be below the suction limit of any pump, so the pump needs to be sited actually in the well itself. The best way to do this is with a submersible pump lowered into the water and positioned between the yearly maximum and minimum levels.

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Surface pumps

Used for pumping from shallow wells, water pressurisation or circulation.

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Garden pumps

Solar powered pumps can be used anywhere. Run directly from solar panels, they will work whenever there is sufficient sunlight, the brighter the sun the greater the flow. Safe and simple, they allow instant water features in even the smallest gardens
and ponds.


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They are intrinsically safe and simple to install since they don’t require mains wiring and transformers.
Because the pumps are low voltage the risk of electric shock associated with mains power and water is eliminated. No extra costly wiring and safety equipment is required.


This could not be easier. Simply plug the solar module and pump together, place the pump in the water with the supplied fountain head just above the surface, point the panel at the sun and the pump will start!
Solar modules need to be sited so that they are un-shaded and facing approximately south to gain the maximum amount of sunlight.
Mounting brackets are available which enable easy tilting of the
module towards the sun.
Cables can easily be extended to allow module to be sited further away if necessary.

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Pump accessories

Simple and cost effective items used to ensure a professional solar pump system installation