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How To Choose The Right Water Pump?
Selecting the right water pump that is suitable for your home is critical.

Having the right water pump at home ensures optimal water pressure for all your water outlets and increases the lifespan of your pump.

Here are some tips to get you started.

How many water outlets do you have?

The number of outlets (shower heads/taps) significantly affects your water pressure. A higher-performance water pump is needed to sustain optimal water pressure during simultaneous use of your water outlets.

Does brand matter?

Yes, it does.

In fact, it is the most important factor to consider when purchasing a water pump for after-sales support and warranty claims.

There are plenty of water pump brands in the market. Most of them are distributed by agents with poor knowledge of water pumps, and piping systems, and do not offer after-sales support.

As water pressure specialists, we study the ins and outs and test all of our water pumps before endorsing them.

How many water pumps do I need?

For most households, only 1 water pump is needed.

However, more water pumps may be required to split the load depending on your use case and piping system. Our specialist will advise on the best implementation plan after our initial consultation.

Can I install a water pump on my own?

Yes, you can, but we advise against it.

While installing a water pump is relatively easy, it takes experience and technical know-how to ensure it is installed correctly, and to ensure there are no air locks and other commissioning errors.

Commissioning your water pump without training can damage your pump.

Self-priming Pumps VS Centrifugal Pumps

While there are many detailed explanations of how these water pumps work online, we’ll spare you the technical details.

From a customer’s point of view, the main differences are:

Self-Priming Pumps
These pumps do not need a water tank in your piping system to work. Self-priming pumps can draw water directly from your main pipe.

However, while it can increase water pressure in your property, it is not capable of increasing your water flow rate. The water flow rate is determined by how much volume your main pipe can supply.

Centrifugal Pumps
These pumps require a water tank to be part of your piping system to work. They require optimal water volume in their pump body to work and to prevent dry-runs.

Centrifugal pumps can increase water pressure and flow, especially if you have a large rainshower head that requires a lot of water volume.

Pumps, Tanks and Packages

Can’t determine which one is the right fit?

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