A booster pump is a device
that increases low water pressure
It provides the extra boost needed
to bring your water pressure to the
A water booster pump provides
pressure to move water from a
storage tank or throughout
a whole house or commercial
A water pump inverter
maintains a constant and
stable pressure in a water
system by varying the speed
of the pump motor to deliver
the same pre-set pressure at
the outlet regardless of how many
outlets or appliances are in use,
up to the maximum capability
of the pump.
The booster pump is driven
by the low pressure gas
(2-8bar) of the large area
piston to generate high pressure
gas/liquid on the small area piston.
It can be used for compressed
air and other gases, and the
output air pressure can be adjusted
steplessly by driving the air pressure.
In individual units and buildings,
household pumps are used to
mprove the water pressure,
and in large buildings and
complexes and many units,
water supply pump boosters are
used to solve the water pressure problem,
especially on the upper floors.
Each booster pump consists of several
water pumps with a chassis.
The function of an inverter
is to convert Direct Current (DC)
into Alternating Current (AC).
DC is the current produced from
the battery or solar panel.
The DC cannot be carried to
long distances this is one of the
reasons to use AC current to run
the main electricity supply.
Some of the main advantages
of inverters are lower power bills,
higher energy efficiency,
reduced electricity consumption,
and more eco-friendly operation.
Solar power provides all these benefits too,
so if you have solar panels or you're
thinking of investing in solar power,
getting an inverter system is a
Inverters are also called AC Drives,
or VFD (variable frequency drive).
They are electronic devices that can
turn DC (Direct Current) to AC (Alternating Current).
It is also responsible for controlling speed and torque for electric motors.