The pump, whether submersible or surface, sucks groundwater from the ground and pumps it to the surface. This water can then be reused for automatic watering of the garden, the water supply of the swimming pool, the garden pond. In contrast to the surface pump, which cannot exceed 7 metres in suction, the submersible pump allows water to be pumped from a well or borehole at a depth of more than 7 metres.

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SUBMERGED PUMP

As the name suggests, the submersible pump is installed underwater. The use of a submersible pump makes it possible to draw water from a well or borehole, which is not possible with a surface pump. They can be installed at depths of more than 100 m and provide a flow rate of 3 to 30m3/h for domestic use thanks to the use of a booster tank .

Submersible pumps are available in several sizes (3 inches, 4 inches, 6 inches, 8 inches, 10 inches). The choice of the equipment depends on the flow rate, the height and the nature of the water collected. The submersible pump is often associated with a booster tank to control the flow rate and pressure.

Whether for domestic, agricultural or collective use, AQUASPHERE offers you a selection of SPERONI brand models.

LIFTING PUMP

Lifting pumps – or cellar pumps – are devices capable of sucking up clear water (such as submersible pumps) but also of pumping and transporting wastewater or waste water.

Depending on the nature of the liquid to be pumped, there are different types of lifting pumps (cellar pump, construction pump, sewage lifting pumps, sewage lifting pumps).

The lifting pump is a key piece of equipment in the field of domestic sanitation. It will enable you to empty your cellar in case of flooding or to raise the water in your toilets.

You have a swimming pool or a garden pond at home? You can also use the lifting pump to drain the water from your pool or change the water.

LIFTING PUMP

Lifting pumps – or cellar pumps – are devices capable of sucking up clear water (such as submersible pumps) but also of pumping and transporting wastewater or waste water.

Depending on the nature of the liquid to be pumped, there are different types of lifting pumps (cellar pump, construction pump, sewage lifting pumps, sewage lifting pumps).

The lifting pump is a key piece of equipment in the field of domestic sanitation. It will enable you to empty your cellar in case of flooding or to raise the water in your toilets.

You have a swimming pool or a garden pond at home? You can also use the lifting pump to drain the water from your pool or change the water.

DRY-INSTALLATION PUMPS

The surface pumps allow water to be drawn from a well up to 7 metres deep. Above 7 m depth, a submersible pump is required.

Versatile, the surface pump can be used to draw water from a well, pond or water tank and use it to water the garden. Unlike the submersible pump, the surface pump stays out of the water to be pumped.

When choosing your equipment, you need to take into account the delivery height and the output pressure to ensure that it is best suited to your automatic watering system.

In addition to irrigating your garden, the surface pump can also be used to supply water to the house. In this case, you must be equipped with a rainwater recuperator or a cistern. A booster pump will also be necessary to balance the flow and pressure. You can then use the recovered water to supply domestic appliances (washing machine, dishwasher, etc.) or the toilets in your home.

CSC standard: All the pumps offered by AQUASPHERE benefit from the CSC standard (Certificate of Sanitary Conformity). This standard, issued by the DGS (Direction générale de santé), has been mandatory since 2006 and aims to regulate the manufacture of water pumping and storage equipment.