Stainless Steel Submersible Bore Hole Pump for 4" & 6" Well Casing
- Optimized hydraulics with efficiency of up to 80%
- Long Service and corrosion resistant
- ACS Certified for domestic hot water applications
- High range of performance from 1 to 250m3/h
- High degree of flexibility
A wellbore is a type of borehole,
which is a narrow shaft that is drilled into the ground
—either horizontally or vertically—to extract water,
petroleum, or gases. Other reasons
for drilling boreholes include mineral exploration,
environmental site assessment, and temperature measurement.
A submersible pump is installed underwater
whereas a centrifugal pump is installed
on the ground.
Therefore, submersible pumps
are used for groundwater extraction
through deep wells and centrifugal pumps
are ideal for water supply and drainage application
s in urban areas or for industrial purposes.
A submersible pump is a unit combining
a pump and a motor to an enclosed unit,
suitable for submerged installation.
There are two types of submerged pumps:
A submerged pump type with a submersible motor.
A submerged pump with a dry motor, which is
connected to the pump by a long shaft.
As the name suggests, a submersible
pump is designed to work with the
entire assembly, consisting of pump and motor,
fully submerged in the liquid or medium to be processed.
This type of pump has a hermetically sealed
motor which is close-coupled to the pump body.