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BWD Variable Speed Drive Booster Pump

Introducing our cutting-edge BWD Variable Speed Drive (VSD) Booster Pump, a technological marvel designed to revolutionize water pumping systems with unparalleled efficiency and sustainability. The BWD VSD is meticulously crafted to adapt dynamically, adjusting the pump’s speed in real-time based on pressure requirements, ensuring minimal energy consumption without compromising performance.

Ideal for applications requiring precision and reliability, this unit is specifically intended for use with clean water, making it perfect for both drinking water and non-potable water piping systems. Whether you’re catering to residential water supply or managing an extensive irrigation network, our Variable Speed Drive is the solution to optimize energy usage while meeting the demands of varying pressure scenarios.

Versatility is at the core of this VSD, and it’s engineered to excel in a broad temperature range, from 2 to 80 degrees Celsius. This ensures its suitability for diverse environments, allowing you to confidently integrate it into your water management systems with the assurance of optimal performance, regardless of temperature fluctuations.




  • Easy to operate.
  • Low noise level.
  • Automatic start/stop function.
  • Pre-wired with a 3-point plug.
  • Energy-efficient: Up to 80% more energy savings compared to traditional pump systems.
  • Restart delay: An integral time delay for restart after 3 seconds protects the motor from heat build-up due to continuous on/off switching.
  • Auto-rotation: A built-in timer will automatically start the pump within a pre-selected cycle to rotate the bearings.
  • Constant pressure: A pressure transducer ensures that constant pressure is maintained even when multiple water outlets are used simultaneously.
  • Class leading efficiency: The unit has the following integrated functions for protection from:
    • Dry run
    • Over-current
    • Over/under voltage
    • Overload
    • Abnormal Pressure

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