Reference for water pump selection




Booster pump, hence its name, refers to a pump installed on a pipeline to increase pressure, and is a special term for many types of pumps. The pipeline booster pump generally refers to a pump installed on a pipeline to transport liquids, and is not limited to a certain type or form of pump. It can be vertical or horizontal, such as vertical multi-stage centrifugal pump, horizontal multi-stage centrifugal pump, vertical single-stage centrifugal pump, horizontal single-stage centrifugal pump, self suction centrifugal pump, etc., which can all be called pipeline booster pump. The pipeline booster pump commonly referred to in the industry refers to a pump with a pipeline structure, which can be directly installed in series like a pipeline.




Since the booster pump belongs to the alternative name of pump, its selection also follows the selection of centrifugal pump, and the parameters to be noted are nothing more than flow rate, head, material, medium density, etc. The flow rate and head of a water pump we usually refer to refer to its rated flow rate and rated head. The rated flow rate and rated head refer to the pumping capacity and the height at which the water pump can draw water when both the inlet and outlet of the pump are fully open and operating at power frequency (50Hz). The rated head corresponding to the rated flow rate of the water pump is called the optimal operating point of the water pump. This working point is the most efficient working point for the water pump. Therefore, when selecting a pump, try to choose the pump with the best working point parameters. This can not only unleash the best potential of the pump, but also improve its service life.


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