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Self-priming pump with cast iron body.
₱4,900.00
WILO DEEP WELL JET PUMP-1STG(NO ADAPTER) - DWP 1.0 MATERIAL : CAST IRON HP 1.0 VOLTAGE 220 V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱14,375.00
DEEP WELL JET PUMP-2STG(NO ADAPTER) - DWP 1.5 MATERIAL : CAST IRON HP 1.5 VOLTAGE 220V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱2,400.00 ₱30,000.00
WILO DEEP WELL JET PUMP-2STG(NO ADAPTER) - DWP 2.0 CAST IRON HP 2.0 VOLTAGE : 220 V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱25,500.00 ₱31,875.00
Max Head refers to a pump's capability to push water upwards (also known as 'vertical lift'). So for example, a pump which states 'Max Head: 7m' means the pump will be able to push water flow up to 7 metres high from the water surface. What is often overlooked is that at 7 metres lift, the pump will deliver zero flow! High Head Submersible Effluent Pumps are used to pump treated effluent or wastewater from an aerobic treatment system to a spray irrigation or sprinkler system, drip irrigation system, mound system, or any other high pressure secondary treatment system. Discharge head refers to the vertical distance a pump must push fluid in order for the fluid to reach the system's highest point above the pump level. This is one of the factors that determine the size and power of your pump. Incorrect size and power can severely affect production and profit. However, while the pump head may not be a physical part of a pump , it's still a measure of the pump's power. The greater the pressure the pump can generate, the greater the head. Ultimately, the head is the highest height a pump can raise fluid against gravity. You can increase the maximum head of a submersible pump by bolting a higher horsepower motor to the pump. The better motor choice would be a three phase motor. A VFD can then be used to drive the pump and motor above original design speed thereby increasing the maximum head of the pump. The main difference between an effluent pump and a sewage pump is that effluent pumps are meant for pumping grey water with minimal solids, preferably smaller than 1/2" in diameter, whereas sewage pumps are designed to handle human waste-solids and sewage materials up to 2" diameters. You can differentiate between the suction and discharge sides in centrifugal pumps using the following methods: Markings: Centrifugal pumps typically have labels or markings on their casing indicating "suction" and "discharge" or "inlet" and " outlet." These markings help identify the suction and discharge sides.
₱53,125.00 ₱42,500.00
Max Head refers to a pump's capability to push water upwards (also known as 'vertical lift'). So for example, a pump which states 'Max Head: 7m' means the pump will be able to push water flow up to 7 metres high from the water surface. What is often overlooked is that at 7 metres lift, the pump will deliver zero flow! High Head Submersible Effluent Pumps are used to pump treated effluent or wastewater from an aerobic treatment system to a spray irrigation or sprinkler system, drip irrigation system, mound system, or any other high pressure secondary treatment system. Discharge head refers to the vertical distance a pump must push fluid in order for the fluid to reach the system's highest point above the pump level. This is one of the factors that determine the size and power of your pump. Incorrect size and power can severely affect production and profit. However, while the pump head may not be a physical part of a pump , it's still a measure of the pump's power. The greater the pressure the pump can generate, the greater the head. Ultimately, the head is the highest height a pump can raise fluid against gravity. You can increase the maximum head of a submersible pump by bolting a higher horsepower motor to the pump. The better motor choice would be a three phase motor. A VFD can then be used to drive the pump and motor above original design speed thereby increasing the maximum head of the pump. The main difference between an effluent pump and a sewage pump is that effluent pumps are meant for pumping grey water with minimal solids, preferably smaller than 1/2" in diameter, whereas sewage pumps are designed to handle human waste-solids and sewage materials up to 2" diameters. You can differentiate between the suction and discharge sides in centrifugal pumps using the following methods: Markings: Centrifugal pumps typically have labels or markings on their casing indicating "suction" and "discharge" or "inlet" and " outlet." These markings help identify the suction and discharge sides.
₱49,375.00 ₱39,500.00
Max Head refers to a pump's capability to push water upwards (also known as 'vertical lift'). So for example, a pump which states 'Max Head: 7m' means the pump will be able to push water flow up to 7 metres high from the water surface. What is often overlooked is that at 7 metres lift, the pump will deliver zero flow! High Head Submersible Effluent Pumps are used to pump treated effluent or wastewater from an aerobic treatment system to a spray irrigation or sprinkler system, drip irrigation system, mound system, or any other high pressure secondary treatment system. Discharge head refers to the vertical distance a pump must push fluid in order for the fluid to reach the system's highest point above the pump level. This is one of the factors that determine the size and power of your pump. Incorrect size and power can severely affect production and profit. However, while the pump head may not be a physical part of a pump , it's still a measure of the pump's power. The greater the pressure the pump can generate, the greater the head. Ultimately, the head is the highest height a pump can raise fluid against gravity. You can increase the maximum head of a submersible pump by bolting a higher horsepower motor to the pump. The better motor choice would be a three phase motor. A VFD can then be used to drive the pump and motor above original design speed thereby increasing the maximum head of the pump. The main difference between an effluent pump and a sewage pump is that effluent pumps are meant for pumping grey water with minimal solids, preferably smaller than 1/2" in diameter, whereas sewage pumps are designed to handle human waste-solids and sewage materials up to 2" diameters. You can differentiate between the suction and discharge sides in centrifugal pumps using the following methods: Markings: Centrifugal pumps typically have labels or markings on their casing indicating "suction" and "discharge" or "inlet" and " outlet." These markings help identify the suction and discharge sides.
₱53,125.00 ₱42,500.00
SHALLOW WELL JET PUMP MATERIAL : CAST IRON HP : 0.75 VOLTAGE : 220V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱11,500.00
INTIAL JET 4-4 SHALLOW WELL JET PUMP CAST IRON 1.0 HP VOLTAGE : 220 V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱12,000.00
A Jet Pump is a type of a impeller-diffuser pump that is used to draw water from wells into residences. It can be used for both shallow (25 feet of less) and deep wells (up to about 200 feet.)
₱11,375.00
WILO JET WJ SERIES - WJ-201-X-EM/6 MATERIAL STAINLESS STEEL HP 0.50 VOLTAGE 220 V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱10,875.00 ₱17,500.00
WILO PUMP WJ-202-X-EM 6/B SELF PRIMING PUMP STAINLESS STEEL 0.75 HP VOLTAGE 220 V - 60 HZ RPM 3450
₱11,500.00
WILO JET WJ SERIES - WJ-203-X-EM/6/B STAINLESS STEEL 1.0 HP VOLATGE 220 V - 60HZ RPM 3450
₱12,000.00
WILO OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ADAPTER + EJECTOR APPLICABLE FOR WILO DWP 1.0
₱2,250.00 ₱2,815.00
1 1/4" to 4" (32 to 100mm) Drain Lines This jetter propels a highly flexible hose through 1 1/4" to 4" (32 to 100mm) lines–blasting through sludge, soap and grease blockages. As you pull the hose back, it power scrubs the line, flushing debris away and restoring drain lines to their free-flowing capacity.
₱146,300.00 ₱266,000.00
A submersible wastewater pump, otherwise called sewage pump, is a piece of electrical equipment that is designed to work when it is submerged in water. It is used to transport waste by directing the flow of sewage water towards a sewage treatment facility. What is a sewage pump system? Sewage pump systems push waste from below-grade areas, such as bathrooms, kitchens, or laundry rooms, to the main sewer line at street level. You might also use a sewage pump system when long sewer lines don't have a proper fall to the main line. The main difference between an effluent pump and a sewage pump is that effluent pumps are meant for pumping grey water with minimal solids, preferably smaller than 1/2" in diameter, whereas sewage pumps are designed to handle human waste-solids and sewage materials up to 2" diameters. Well, if we assume that the sewage pump in question is well cared for, and the owners are using it as they should, then a sewage pump owner can expect their pump to last for between seven to ten years. A submersible pump is submerged in the liquid that is being transferred. Hence, it need not use a lot of kinetic energy in order to suction the liquid out. Thus, it can use most of its kinetic energy to move the fluid through the outlets whic h increases its efficiency. (i) Centrifugal pumps are most commonly used for pumping sewage, because these pumps can be easily installed in pits and sumps, and can easily transport the suspended matter present in the sewage. If the ejector pump fails, it will mean sewage backup into your home, creating an unhygienic environment and possibly leading to damage to your basement or home foundation. Also called sewage ejector pumps, some can move up to 200 gallons a minute of waste horizontally as far as 750 feet. A sewage pump uses an impeller to provide the head pressure that moves the waste vertically. Submersible pumps are generally designed for continuous operation, making it acceptable to run them for 24 hours. Check the pump's specifications to ensure it is suitable for continuous use. Keep the pump submerged in water for cooling, consider power consumption, and perform regular maintenance.
₱51,000.00 ₱40,800.00
Ridgid Drain Gun/Sink Machine (K-45, K-45-1, K-45AF-7)
₱34,540.00 ₱62,800.00
Ridgid KJ-3100 Water Jetters
₱552,860.00 ₱1,005,200.00
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