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  • Berkeley MS Trimline Series Well Pump & Motor Buyers Guide & Review

    June 18, 2019

    The Berkeley MS Trimline series well pumps are designed for use in residential, industrial, commercial, multiple housing and farm use water transfer applications. The Trimline 5 and 7 GPM series pumps are 3-3/4" maximum O.D. Each Trimline pump is engineered with precision and high quality to deliver efficient and dependable performance even in rough, aggressive water. Built to deliver long-term, trouble-free service, these pumps feature the SignaSeal staging system.  The floating impeller design resists sand and reduces sand locking. Features: Package includes motor and pump Proven SignaSeal staging system incorporates a harder-than-sand ceramic wear surface that when incorporated with our floating impeller design, greatly reduces problems with abrasives, sand lock-up and running dry Discharge is corrosion-resistant 300 grade stainless steel, for durability in aggressive water Large octagon wrench area for ease of installation Exclusive self-lubricating Nylatron discharge bearing resists wear from sand Intake is corrosion-resistant, 300 grade stainless steel, for durability in aggressive water Positive drive from 7/16" hexagonal heavy-duty 300 grade stainless steel shaft Stainless steel coupling press fit to pump shaft Couples to all standard NEMA motors Shell is highest grade, heavy-walled corrosion-resistant, stainless steel Threaded for easy servicing All screws, washers and nuts are corrosion-resistant 300 grade stainless steel Durable internal spring-loaded check valve Corrosion-resistant stainless steel cable guard protects motor leads Tapered ends prevent pump from catching on well Corrosion-resistant stainless steel intake screen Pentek XE motor is NEMA standard, all stainless construction, water-filled BERKELEY MS TRIMLINE SERIES WELL PUMP AND MOTOR Model Comparison Chart Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase GPM Wiring Stages B7P4MS05131-01 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 7 3-wire 10 B7P4MS05231-02 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 5 3-wire 13 B5P4MS05131-01 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 5 3-wire 13 B5P4MS05231-02 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 5 3-wire 14 B7P4MS05121-02 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 7 2-wire 11 B7P4MS05221-02 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 7 2-wire 11 B7P4MS07231-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 7 3-wire 15 B5P4MS05121-02 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 5 2-wire 14 B5P4MS05221-02 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 5 2-wire 14 B5P4MS07231-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 5 3-wire 19 B7P4MS07221-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 7 2-wire 15 B7P4MS10231-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 7 3-wire 18 B5P4MS07221-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 5 2-wire 19 B5P4MS10231-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 5 3-wire 22 B5P4MS10221-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 5 2-wire 22 B7P4MS10221-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 7 2-wire 18 B7P4MS15221-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 7 2-wire 22 B7P4MS15231-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 7 3-wire 22 B5P4MS15231-0 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 5 3-wire 30 B5P4MS15221-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 5 2-wire 30 PUMP CURVES RECOMMENDED INSTALLATIONS DIMENSIONS TROUBLESHOOTING BROCHURE Berkeley MS Trimline Pump Brochure MANUAL Berkeley MS Trimline Pump Owner's Manual INSTRUCTIONS Berkeley Submersible Motor Cable Selection Guide Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • Berkeley MS Series Well Pump & Motor Buyers Guide & Review

    June 18, 2019

    The Berkeley MS series well pumps with motors are built for residential, industrial, commercial, multiple housing and farm use water transfer applications. Each MS pump is MGS stainless steel, engineered with precision and high-quality to deliver efficient and dependable performance even in rough, aggressive water. These pumps are built to deliver long-term, trouble-free service.  Its floating impeller design resists sand and reduces sand locking. These pumps feature the SignaSeal staging system. Features: Package includes motor and pump Staging system incorporates a harder-than-sand ceramic wear surface that when incorporated with the floating impeller design, greatly reduces problems with abrasives, sand lock-up and running dry 300 grade stainless steel discharge is corrosion-resistant for durability in aggressive water Large octagon wrench area for ease of installation Exclusive self-lubricating Nylatron discharge bearing resists wear from sand Corrosion-resistant 300 grade stainless steel intake for durability in aggressive water Positive drive from 7/16 in. hexagonal heavy-duty 300 grade stainless steel shaft Stainless steel coupling press fit to pump shaft. Couples to all standard NEMA motors Durable internal spring-loaded check valve Corrosion-resistant stainless steel cable guard protects motor leads Tapered ends prevent pump from catching on well Pentek XE motor is NEMA standard, all stainless construction, water-filled BERKELEY MS SERIES WELL PUMP AND MOTOR Model Comparison Chart Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase GPM Wiring Stages B15P4MS05231-02 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 15 3-wire 6 B15P4MS05221-02 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 15 2-wire 6 B15P4MS05121-02 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 15 2-wire 6 B10P4MS05131-02 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 10 3-wire 7 B10P4MS05231-03 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 10 3-wire 8 B10P4MS05121-03 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 10 2-wire 8 B10P4MS05221-03 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 10 2-wire 8 B10P4MS07231-03 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 10 3-wire 11 B20P4MS07231-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 20 3-wire 6 B15P4MS07221-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 15 2-wire 8 B10P4MS07221-03 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 10 2-wire 11 B20P4MS07221-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 20 2-wire 6 B20P4MS10231-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 20 3-wire 7 B30P4MS10231-01 1-1/4" 1 230 1 30 3-wire 5 B15P4MS10231-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 15 3-wire 10 B10P4MS10231-03 1-1/4" 1 230 1 10 3-wire 13 B15P4MS07231-02 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 15 3-wire 8 B15P4MS10221-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 15 2-wire 10 B20P4MS10221-02 1-1/4" 1 230 1 20 2-wire 7 B30P4MS10221-01 1-1/4" 1 230 1 30 2-wire 5 B10P4MS10221-03 1-1/4" 1 230 1 10 2-wire 13 B20P4MS15221-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 20 2-wire 10 B20P4MS15231-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 20 3-wire 10 B30P4MS15221-01 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 30 2-wire 6 B10P4MS15231-03 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 10 3-wire 17 B15P4MS15221-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 5 2-wire 12 B10P4MS15221-03 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 10 2-wire 17 B30P4MS15231-01 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 30 3-wire 6 B15P4MS15231-02 1-1/4" 1-1/2 230 1 15 3-wire PUMP CURVES PUMP PERFORMANCE RECOMMENDED INSTALLATIONS DIMENSIONS TROUBLESHOOTING BROCHURE Berkeley MS Pump Brochure MANUAL Berkeley MS Pump Owner's Manual INSTRUCTIONS Berkeley Submersible Motor Cable Selection Guide Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • Sta-Rite JP Trimline Series 4″ Submersible Well Pump and Motor Buyers Guide �...

    May 15, 2019

    The Sta-Rite JP Trimline series delivers efficient, dependable performance for residential, industrial, commercial, multiple housing and farm use even in rough, aggressive water. These pumps feature the proven SignaSea staging system which incorporates a harder-than-sand ceramic wear surface that, when incorporated with a floating impeller design, greatly reduces problems with abrasives, sand lock-up and running dry. Features: Stainless steel shell is threaded for easy servicing Diameter: 3-3/4" Fiberglass-reinforced, corrosion-resistant thermoplastic discharge with large octagon wrench area for ease of installation NEMA standard all stainless construction water-filled Pentek XE series motor Exclusive Nylatron self-lubricating, discharge bearing resists wear from sand Polycarbonate, nitrile rubber and stainless steel intermediate bearing Acetal impeller Polycarbonate diffusers Suction caps made of polycarbonate with stainless steel insert Proprietary spec. thrust pads Stainless steel shaft and coupling Fiberglass-reinforced thermoplastic intake Polypropylene intake screen with corrosion-proof polypropylene intake screen for durability in aggressive water Stainless steel cable guard Acetal check valve Positive drive from 7/16" hexagonal heavy-duty 300 grade stainless steel shaft couples to all standard NEMA motors. All screws, washers and nuts are corrosion-resistant 300 grade stainless steel. Durable internal poppet-type check valve. Corrosion-resistant stainless steel guard protects motor leads. Tapered ends prevent pump from catching on well Agency Listings: CSA STA-RITE JP TRIMLINE SERIES 4" SUBMERSIBLE WELL PUMPS Model Comparison Chart Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase Best Efficiency GPM Shut-off Head Wiring Stages S7P4JP05231-02 1-1/4" NPT 1/2 230 1 7 322' 3-wire 11 S5P4JP05231-02 1-1/4" NPT 1/2 230 1 5 380' 3-wire 14 S5P4JP05121-02 1-1/4" NPT 1/2 115 1 5 380' 2-wire 14 S5P4JP05221-02 1-1/4" NPT 1/2 230 1 5 380' 2-wire 14 S7P4JP07231-02 1-1/4" NPT 3/4 230 1 7 409' 3-wire 15 S7P4JP07221-02 1-1/4" NPT 3/4 230 1 7 409' 2-wire 15 S5P4JP07221-02 1-1/4" NPT 3/4 230 1 5 531' 2-wire 19 S7P4JP10231-02 1-1/4" NPT 1 230 1 7 545' 3-wire 18 S7P4JP10221-02 1-1/4" NPT 1 230 1 7 545' 2-wire 18 S7P4JP15231-02 1-1/4" NPT 1-1/2 230 1 7 705' 3-wire 22 S7P4JP15221-02 1-1/4" NPT 1-1/2 230 1 7 705' 2-wire 22 S5P4HS15231-02 1-1/4" NPT 1-1/2 230 1 5 882' 3-wire 30 PERFORMANCE CURVES   PERFORMANCE BY PLUMBING DEPTH DIMENSIONAL DATA MANUAL Sta-Rite JP Trimline Series Owner's Manual Sta-Rite JP Trimline Series Installation and Operating Manual SPECIFICATIONS Sta-Rite JP Trimline Series Specifications GUIDE Sta-Rite Cable Selection Guide Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • Zoeller Potable Water Turbine Pumps Buyers Guide & Review

    April 22, 2019

    Zoeller's submersible, potable water turbine pumps are rated by the number of gallons per minute to the well head from various water level depths. Models rated at 7 GPM (26.5 LPM) are for small homes, cottages and light water usage demands, whereas the 11 GPM models are for the average residential size home and family. 1/2 thru 1 HP F&W motors used on Zoeller submersible pumps are designed to meet NEMA standards. 1/2 HP models are available in either 115 or 230 volt. The 3/4 and 1 HP models are available in 230 volt only. All models are available with either a 2 or 3 wire connection plus ground wire. 3 wire models require a control box. Features Stainless steel pump shell, motor shell and drive shaft Quiet and economical operation No priming required Submersible pumps rated by the number of gallons per minute to the well head from various water level depths. Models rated at 5 & 7 GPM (22.7 and 31.8 LPM) are for small homes, cottages and light water usage demands, whereas the 11 and 19 GPM (41.6 and 71.9 LPM) models are for the average residential size home and family. Nationally known Franklin 1/2 thru 1 HP motors used on Zoeller submersible pumps are designed to meet NEMA standards.  All models are available with either 2 or 3 wire connection plus ground wire. 1-1/4” cast iron discharge head prevents cross threading and cracking in the well Corrosion-resistant 304 stainless steel pump shell NEMA-faced mounting ring for long life and protection from motor torque Stainless steel hex drive shaft with one-piece stainless steel motor to shaft coupling Franklin Electric® NEMA standard 2 or 3 wire water-cooled motor with ground wire (not shown) Includes internal positive sealing check valve Non-fusing and corrosion-resistant impellers, diffusers and inlet screen molded of Noryl® resin Noryl® is a registered trademark of General Electric company Control box required for 3-wire models. Quick-disconnect control box features replaceable snap out cover and keeps all components above ground for easy access and repair. Control box not required for 2-wire models. 7, 11 and 19 GPM (31.8, 50 and 86.4 LPM) models available For use in potable clean water systems only ZOELLER POTABLE WATER TURBINE PUMPS Model Comparison Chart Model Discharge (NPT) HP Voltage Phase GPM Max. Head 450-0009 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 11 275' 450-0008 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 11 275' 450-0010 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 11 275' 450-0011 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 11 275' 451-0006 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 11 500' 450-0005 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 7 310' 451-0007 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 11 400' 450-0006 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 7 310 450-0007 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 7 310' 452-0005 1-1/4" 1 230 1 11 500' 450-0012 1-1/4" 1/2 115 1 5 398' 450-0013 1-1/4" 1/2 230 1 5 398' 452-0006 1-1/4" 1 230 1 11 500' 452-0007 1-1/4" 1 230 1 19 280' 451-0005 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 7 435' 452-0008 1-1/4" 1 230 1 19 280' 451-0008 1-1/4" 3/4 230 1 5 550' 452-0009 1-1/4" 1 230 1 5 698' PERFORMANCE CURVES CONTROL BOX PART NUMBERS DIAGRAM TROUBLESHOOTING TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS BROCHURE Zoeller Potable Water Turbine Pumps Brochure OWNERS MANUAL Zoeller Potable Water Turbine Pumps Owner's Manual Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • Selecting a Pump for Groundwater Applications

    January 2, 2019

    As long as gravity exists, people will need pumps. If your application requires the pumping of groundwater, making sure you have the right pump for the job is essential. Using a pump that is incorrectly sized for an application can lead to damages in equipment and your wallet. The first thing to keep in mind is the type of fluid you intend on pumping. Is it clear water or water, such as grey water, that is mixed with solids such as dirt and silt The material you’re pumping can drastically change the model of pump you need. If you do expect solids, make sure your pump is suited for solids handling. Next you’ll need to figure out how far exactly and where the water is going to be pumped. Knowing this will help you determine the required total dynamic head (TDH) and flow rate of your application, which are key factors when picking a pump. Total dynamic head refers to the total resistance in a pumping application. To calculate the required total dynamic head, you will need to figure out two factors: vertical rise and friction loss. Vertical rise is how high your water will need to travel before gravity takes over. Friction loss is the loss of flow in a system due to friction created by factors like pipe type or fittings. You can follow this guide for more information on calculating TDH. Once you know the TDH, you will need to figure out the total distance the water needs to be pumped, or how far from the source of the liquid to its ultimate destination. This will help determine your flow rate, or the velocity of the liquid traveling within a certain amount of time (usually measured in gallons per minute). Once you know your specifications, you can refer to a pump curve chart to see if that model of pump will work for your application. Pump curve charts are a helpful tool in figuring out what a pump is capable of and in mapping out their efficiencies over various specifications. You can find these charts on PumpProducts.com, which are usually located in a pump’s brochure under the manuals tab on our product pages. If you need additional help in sizing out a pump for your groundwater application, give our application engineers a call. They’re standing by to answer your questions and make sure you get the right pump for your application. They’ll basically do the work for you! Pump Products applications engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800.

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  • What is a Jet Pump?

    November 14, 2018

    Believe it or not, jet pumps are not associated with the awful New York football team. They are referred to as such because they work similarly to a jet engine in the way they create large amounts of pressure. Jet pumps are mounted above ground and are non-submersible. They are typically used to draw water from a well through a suction pipe in order to provide potable water or domestic water pressure. Other common applications (though certainly not limited to) include light commercial or residential irrigation and supplying water for sprinkler systems. Jet pumps are typically more popular in warmer climates or areas with high water tables. Jet pumps come in two variations: deep well and shallow well. The type of jet pump most suitable for your application will be dependent on the depth of your well. Shallow well jet pumps are used to transport water from wells as deep as 25 feet. Deep wells are generally used for depths up to about 200 feet. Deep well jet pumps can move larger volumes of water more quickly and over longer distances than shallow well pumps. Please note that altitude can affect the specific depth to which a pump can draw water from. Deep well pumps can also be referred to as convertible jet pumps. This means that the pump can be used in either shallow or deep wells. In a shallow well setup, an ejector kit (or jet kit) is built in or attached to the pump. For deep wells, the kit is placed down in the well. This ejector kit helps force water up from the bottom of the well. If you already have a jet pump and you are looking to determine whether it is a deep well or shallow well pump, look at how many pipes are between the pump and the water source. One pipe indicates a shallow well pump while two pipes indicate a deep well pump. It is important to keep in mind that jet pumps should never run dry. Running a pump dry may significantly and permanently damage the pump. Jet pumps need to be primed first before they are ready to draw water. In order to prime your jet pump, first make sure the electricity to your pump is off. Next remove the priming plug on the wet end of the pump (or the side opposite the motor). Then fill the priming vent with water until it reaches the top of the vent. The idea behind this is to remove all the air from the pump housing. After the pump is primed, your pump is ready to go and you can turn the electricity back on to the pump. If the pump does not pull water within five minutes you may need to re-prime the pump. Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • Why is My Submersible Well Pump Short Cycling?

    May 8, 2018

    Welcome back to another edition of Inspector Pumphead’s Quick Tips! In this space I, Inspector Pumphead, will be dispensing wisdom regarding your pump, whether it be about performance, maintenance, repair parts or navigating our site to find a new product, I’m here to help! Today we’re going to be talking about short cycling. Is your pump turning on and off so fast it’s bringing you back to your strobe light-disco days, complete with afros and bell bottoms No Just me Sometimes the Inspector likes to think back to simpler times when he had a full head of hair. But I digress. Let’s talk about some common causes and fixes for your short cycling submersible well pump. Short cycling is when a pump turns on and off too rapidly. Not only can short cycling result in pump failure, but it can harm the rest of your system as well. Short cycling can occur for a number of reasons. One of most common reasons for short cycling is a loss of air in the water pressure tank. This is especially common in older, non-bladder pressure tanks. For these older tanks, the solution to this problem entails repairing the water tank air volume control. If you have a more modern tank, your tank’s bladder may be damaged, which means it won't be able to hold pressure properly and will need replacing. If the tank is damaged in any way, replacing it as soon as possible should be a priority so the rest of your system doesn't become stressed. Short cycling can also occur because of the state of some of your pump’s components such as the pressure switch and check valve. You will want to examine these parts for wear and tear as they may be the culprit. The settings on your pressure switch may need to be readjusted or the switch could potentially need replacing if damaged. Your pressure tube may be clogged due to hard water or sediment in the system so this is something to check as well. A failed check valve means your system will not be able to hold pressure when the pump shuts off, which means this part may also need replacing. If you've tested your pump's components and they are in working order, something as simple as a leak in your system may be responsible for your pump's malfunctioning. It's important to look for damp spots around your system. If you are still unsure of the problem, or which repair part you need, you can always consult and schedule an appointment your local plumber or professional. PumpProducts.com sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • What’s the Difference: 2 Wire vs 3 Wire Submersible Well Pumps

    April 17, 2018

    Welcome back to another edition of Inspector Pumphead’s Quick Tips! In this space I, Inspector Pumphead, will be dispensing wisdom regarding your pump, whether it be about performance, maintenance, repair parts or navigating our site to find a new product, I’m here to help! This week we’ll be talking about the difference between 2 and 3 wire submersible well pumps. Firstly, both types feature a ground wire which shouldn’t be counted. Two wire pumps will have 2 black wires and a green wire. Three wire pumps have a black, red, yellow, and green wire. Let’s dive in and figure out which one is right for your application! The main difference between 2 wire and 3 wire well pumps is characterized by where the starting components for the motor are located. Three wire well pumps house the starting components (starting capacitors, running capacitors, relays, and thermal overloads) in a control box or panel. Control boxes are usually mounted on a wall above ground. Though the potential of failure for the parts is greater than a two wire system, the components can be easily accessed and cheaply repaired or replaced. For example, if a capacitor malfunctions on a three wire, just the capacitor itself will need to be replaced. Two wire well pumps do not use a control box. All the elements already come built within the motor or pump house itself. This allows for easier installation. However, if any of the starting components fail, the pump will have to be pulled up and the whole motor will have to be replaced. The likelihood of component failure in a two wire system is much lower than a three wire, although it is a much more expensive and time consuming endeavor if a part does fail. At the end of the day, it’s up to you to determine the more convenient approach for your application. Your circumstances may dictate one configuration over the other.  Keep in mind, motors that are more than 1.5 HP requires a three wire configuration and a control box to start the heavier motors. PumpProducts.com sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

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  • Five Telltale Signs You Need Well Pump Service

    June 21, 2016

    Over 43 million Americans still get potable water from a private well according to a U.S. Geological Survey study - roughly 15 percent of the population. The well pump is thus one of the most important day-to-day tools for many Americans and well pump service is a critical need. The responsibility for maintaining a private well system thus falls to whoever owns the property the well is situated on. It can be a headache for a private homeowner with no technical expertise to understand and address maintenance issues as they crop up. Well pumps come in various types: shallow well jet pumps mounted above a well use suction power to create atmospheric pressure that pushes water up from a source no more than 25 ft. underground. Deep well jet pumps, for pumping from a source more than 25 ft. underground, place the jet mechanism at the bottom of the water source; the jet pushes and pulls water in a circulating motion through a two-pipe system. In a submersible well pump system, the entire body of the pump is placed underwater and pushes the water up the well instead of using suction. These compact pumps are generally more efficient and reliable than older jet pump models. Each type of well pump has its strengths and weaknesses, but they all require consistent maintenance. People who get their potable water from municipal systems probably have the luxury of not thinking about pumps. If you draw your potable water from a well, you must remain vigilant about the problems you could face. That means being watchful of certain symptoms that could indicate your well pump might need maintenance or replacement. The following are some of the most common symptoms that  cause customers to consult Pump Products technicians. [This post is meant to be a basic overview. It is not a comprehensive how-to manual or a call to poke around in your system. Please do not hesitate to contact the trained professionals at Pump Products to directly address specific issues. It is recommended that all electrical work be handled by a qualified electrician.] (more…)

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