Submersible Pump Systems/Service

#1 Traditional System (see graphic at right) includes a submersible pump, 20 gallon size diaphragm pressure tank with water pressure ranging from 40 PSI to 60 PSI.

#2 In-Well Pressure Tank System is a long narrow stainless steel or pvc diaphragm pressure tank inside the well casing. The heart of the system is a cycle stop constant pressure valve. As you draw water, the pump will start up and run at a constant PSI (factory set at 50/60) no matter how much water you use. As you vary your usage, the water flow is regulated by the cycle stop valve and stays at a constant pressure. The pump runs the whole time you use water. Your pump will actually last longer and use less electricity with a constant pressure valve.

The cycle stop constant pressure valve significantly reduces pump noise. Another advantage to the In-Well Tank System is a dry floor compared to a regular tank. Condensation is no longer an issue especially in the humid months during the summer. It is a neat, clean and compact set up where the pressure tank would normally go. For mobile homes, slab construction and limited space, it is the best way to go.

For more information, visit In-Well Technologies.

#3 Spin-On Constant Pressure System is a cycle stop constant pressure valve with a small pressure tank in the basement. It has the same advantages of the In-Well System except the small tank is inside the building. This is the best low cost constant pressure system. We recommend this over the traditional system (#1).

#4 Computer driven variable speed constant pressure pumps are available also. The pump motor speeds up & slows down during the water usage for a constant pressure. You are able to adjust the pressure with a push of a button. Please call or e-mail for more information.

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