Pumps

Submersible pumps are installed within a rainwater storage tank, but most require a pump controller that cannot be submerged or flooded. Surface pumps are typically installed within a nearby building or pump enclosure.

Requirements for a pump/household water system:

  • Pipework designed to specifications (refer to pump performance curves)
  • High efficiency in internal pump design
  • Consistent use of high-quality, corrosive-resistant materials throughout high-quality bearings, ease of maintenance
  • Operation without diaphragm pressure vessels by use of alternative pressure system controls
  • Quiet-running, low-noise (multiple-stage pumps) and sound insulated with flexible connections to the pipework
  • Proper installation of the pump with “run dry” protection
  • No large pressure tanks filled with water to the exclusion of oxygen
  • Low suction height for suction pumps and a short, airtight, suction feed pipe

Floating suction system for submersible pumps Brochure


Goulds 1/2 HP Submersible Pump – 16SE0511 Plus

Goulds 1/2 HP Submersible Pump, 115 volt. Includes cistern pump with 1 1/4″ nozzle and base plate, Wisy coarse floating filter and 7′ of suction hose.

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Goulds 3/4 HP Submersible Pump – 1SC51D1BA PlusGoulds submersible cistern pump

Goulds 3/4 HP Submersible Pump, 230 volts, with custom-made baseplate and adapter for Wisy 1 1/4″ coarse floating filter and 7′ of suction hose.

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Goulds 1 HP Submersible Pump – 1SC51E1HA Plus

Goulds 1 HP Submersible Pump, 230 volts, with custom-made baseplate and adapter for Wisy 1 1/4″ coarse floating filter and 7′ of suction hose.

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