With less powerful pumps, the performance really depends on the vertical suction height between the pump and the water level and less so on the horizontal length of the suction line. Due to the wide range of ways in which the pumps can be used and in pump performance, we are unable to provide precise information. We are only able to estimate approximate, non-binding performance levels. If you are using lawn sprinklers, we always recommend using high performance pumps if greater lengths and heights of suction are required. Smaller/medium-sized pumps will suffice when supplying toilets, flush cisterns or in order to spray by means of a pulsating shower head, as well as for some micro-drip systems etc.
Articles in this section
- When manual irrigation is switched on, the display immediately returns to display mode; why?
- My water computer/my water timer isn’t letting water through or isn’t opening; what should I do?
- How does the suction side affect the pump performance of the garden pumps, electronic pressure pumps or pressure tank units?
- What could be causing the pumps to be noticeably loud?
- If my pump is not working properly, what could be the problem?
- What can I do if the hammer is moving but the sprinkler isn't turning?
- What should I do if the distribution rate of the hose sprinkler becomes uneven or significantly less?
- What should I do if the distribution rate of the soaker hose becomes uneven or significantly less?
- What should I do if the sprinkler does not turn any more?
- What should I do if the sprinkler isn't achieving its range and width of spray?