What Will You Need to Hook Up a Centrifugal Booster Pump to a Water Tank?
When choosing a centrifugal pump, it’s important to make the right selection between a single-stage end suction and dual-stage end suction unit. Likewise, the kW level should be aligned to your intended usage as the difference between a 0.37kW booster pump and a 2.2kW unit, for example, are significant. The motor speeds, operating pressure, and ambient temperature are just three factors that may vary.
If you are unsure about which centrifugal booster pump is right, an AQS Liquid Transfer technician can guide you through the process. As well as the booster pump itself, you will need:
When you have the right kit to connect your booster pump to a tank, you will also need to check that you are close enough to a power socket. You will also need a flow control switch to start the pump when taps are opened and stop the pump when there is no flow.