What is Hot Water Booster Pump?
These TQCN Series are designed for hot water supply (up to +90°C) and pressure boosting in residential and commercial applications. They are suitable for solar energy hot water systems or other types of hot water systems.
Hot Water Booster Pump Prices In South Africa
Booster Pump Combo 1 – Garden Hose & Light Irrigation
BOOSTER PUMP COMBO – Small Garden Application
Low-maintenance and easy operation
Making use of a peripheral pump and pressure controller to get a constant pressurized feed from your water tank. This pump combo supplies 2 bar pressure at a flow of 20 l/min and is ideal for a garden hose, tap, or small irrigation applications.
The booster pump comes standard with a flow control switch that automatically starts the pumps when pressure decreases and stops it when there is no flow.
The LEO pump is very reliable and energy efficient.
- Type – Peripheral
- Special anti-rust treatment for cast iron pump body and support
- Anti-block system for impeller
- Brass impeller
- AISI 304 stainless steel shaft
- Max. suction – 8m
- Make – LEO
- Model – APm
- Power rating – 0.37kW (370 Watt) 220 Volt
- Phase – Single
- C&U bearing
- Motor with copper winding
- Built-in thermal protector (Single Phase)
- Insulation class – F
- Protection class IPX4
- Max. ambient temp – +40 *C
- Automatic start & stop function
- Dry running protection
- Over current protection
- Starting pressure setting – 1,5bar
- Max Pressure – 10bar
- Connection thread – G1″
- Protection class – IP65
FLOW CHART & SPECIFICATIONS:
Download a printable flow diagram and specifications sheet – Click Here
LEO pump and controller come with a 2-year manufacturing warranty. (Terms & Conditions Apply)
How long do water booster pumps last?
Pumps should last through the initially installed motor and perhaps as many as two or three replacement motors, usually 10-12 years.
Modern pumps are made of hard plastic and will over time warp. If you still have an older cast iron or bronze pump on your pool, it’s time to budget for a new pump and motor complete.
How do you size a booster pump?
Sizing Considerations for Booster Pump Systems in Buildings
Calculate the flow rate or gallons per minute (GPM). The “Fixture Unit” method created by the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) determines this figure.
Determine your Total Dynamic Head (TDH).
Choose the number of pumps your system will utilize.