Lots of things require pumps, from pools to engines. These devices act to pump liquid or air from one place to another. Plumbers and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) technicians are the professionals who can repair, install, maintain, and sell these systems to residential, commercial, and industrial customers. But you can repair and patch up your own pump, whether hydraulic or electric, with just a few supplies. Head to your local pump retailer to pick up the necessary plumbing and pump products, such as valves and gauges, for your project. Home improvement stores and hardware stores also sell most kinds of pumps, such as pool, variable speed, air conditioning and sump. Be sure you’re up to speed with the right terminology, though.
Submersible pond pump – A type of pump that is completely submerged under water and that pushes liquid to the surface. More efficient than a jet pump, a submersible pond pump features a hermetically sealed motor.
Single stage pumps – Used in aquarium filters, drainage, industrial pumping and sewage pumping, as opposed to multiple stage pumps which are used for water and oil wells.
Centrifugal pumps – The most common type for water distribution, these pumps feature an impeller mounted on a central shaft, powered by an electric or diesel fuel motor.
Vertical turbine pumps – A pump in which water flows in a vertical direction through a cross-sectional area, with the impeller located in the middle of the channel’s axis. Due to the shape of the impeller blades, water flows radially.
Industrial pumps – These are heavy duty devices that are meant for handling large-scale capacities, in industries such as food and beverage, oil refining, power generation, mining, and construction.
Our association happens to be a national trade organization that represents and serves those who manufacture pumps. We assist those who work with municipal, as well as industrial wastewater applications.
Pumps are used for a number of purposes, and can be acquired from retail dealers all over the United States. Various types of pumps include water, solar powered, sewage maintenance, and portable electric pumps. While they essentially function in the same way, they may serve different purposes. For instance, an electric sump pump uses air to constantly pump water out of a basement area. This way there is no flooding or water damage. In other words, a variety of pump tools and machines are needed worldwide.
With so many different pumps available these days through retail distributors, it can be difficult to determine what is needed. While one individual may require a jet or air pumping device for a swimming pool or pond, another person may simply need replacement parts, such as a valve or drain piece. Many powered pumps work off of an engine or motor. Whether they are electric or solar is a separate issue. Either way, it is important to have the right pump for the job. This is why many retailers supply consumers with an array of industrial water pumps, portable accessories, sewage flow drains, and tanks that hold high volumes of water. Many of these electric sump pumps and pond air pumping systems offer a lot of pressure. This way you do not have to worry about the pump shutting down or getting clogged as much.
You can learn much more about heat pumps, replacement parts for sump pump devices, and solar pump options by contacting a retailer or dealer in your area.