What is the best submersible water pump to buy?
As a water pumps manufacturer, we recognize that there are plenty of options to consider if you’re in the market for a submersible pump. It could vary based on capacity, power, price, building materials, or even the liquid intended to pump. But before getting into details about what to consider when buying a submersible water pump, let’s talk a little more about these pumps, how they work, and their history.
What are submersible water pumps?
Submersible pumps are water pumps designed to work while submerged in the same liquid they intend to pump. Electric submersible pumps, or sub pumps, are hermetically sealed, so the electrical components of the motor in the pump body are not in direct contact with the liquid.
This type of pump works differently from above-ground pumps since they push the liquid out of the pond rather than pulling it from the source.
When was the submersible pump invented?
Russian engineer Armais Arutunoff created the original submersible pump design in 1916, but it was supposed to be used for ships, wells, and mines. The submersible pump was first introduced in 1950 in the U.S. (Wikipedia)
Is Pearl the best submersible pump in the market?
Yes. We like to think it is, but we’ll let you be the judge.
There are many suitable submersible pumps in the market; many of them use similar components. Our job is to use our experience in the business to choose the best material available for the application, perform the best assembly, and make sure the product arrives in your hands in perfect condition. The meticulous process used in the hydraulic design and the selection of any component makes PEARL submersible pumps the best pumps you can find.
Buying “PEARL submersible pumps” is just the beginning. Our mission is to exceed customers’ expectations. For this purpose, our incredible support team will make sure the “PEARL experience” goes above and beyond every step of the way.
How long does a Pearl submersible pump last?
It’s rare for PEARL submersible pump components to suffer damage, no matter the hours of operation. For this reason, when a certified installer puts in the pump, it often lasts between 10-15 years. It is not unusual to find a pump that has worked for more than 15 years. PEARL submersible pumps have a three-year warranty.
What to Consider When Choosing the Best Submersible Pump
When choosing your submersible pump, here are some things to keep in mind:
Flow Range: Pearl offers a flow range from 5 GPM for small applications to 11000 GPM for industrial applications.
Pressure: Depending on your needs, it is essential to select the proper pressure range, so you will not buy more capacity than you need. Pearl submersible water pumps can manage height from 410 feet to 1,794 feet.
What are the advantages of submersible pumps?
Since submersible water pumps are submerged in liquid, they do have some advantages when compared to ground pumps.
Priming: Since submersible water pumps operate below the fluid’s surface, there is no need to prime them.
Efficiency: A properly fitted submersible water pump is highly efficient for moving water out of the well compared to other pump types.
Noise: As these pumps are submerged, noise is usually a nonissue.
Winterizing: Depending on the location and the depth at which the pump operates, a submersible pump may not need to be winterized.
In summary, there are many qualities to look for when buying a submersible water pump. Still, at Pearl Water Systems, we proudly manufacture and distribute one of the best submersible pumps in America. In addition, our in-house experts offer the best-in-class customer service and a vast network of distributors.
For more information about our product specifications, check out our submersible water pump portfolio.