Suction lift is the distance from the surface of the water to the inlet of the pump. It is essentially how far the water must travel through the pump from the surface to its destination. If you have any questions at all regarding your jet pump, feel free to give us a call and our team of trained experts will be happy to help you, no matter how small the request! Contact us today!
Your first step is going to be to disconnect the electricity from the pump and remove the priming plug located at the wet end of the pump. Fill it with water and then replace the priming plug and reconnect your electricity. It is as simple as that! Make sure your pump is building pressure and you will know you have successfully primed your pump. If you encounter any issues at all, Integra Water is here to help. Contact us now!
The major difference between a deep well and a shallow well when it comes to sizing is simple. A shallow well has a maximum depth of 25 feet to the surface, whereas a deep well can have a depth of up to 120 feet. Deep wells use a deep well ejector kit that is matched to the pumps capabilities.
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Jet pumps are pumps that are typically used to draw water from below to provide potable water and proper water pressure for households, sprinklers, or irrigation systems. The jet pump uses a suction pipe to draw the water and increase its speed so you get the desired pressure in your shower or sink. If you suspect your jet pump is broken or damaged, contact Integra Water and we will send one of our experts to you to assess the situation and determine what the next steps should be. We are happy to help!
A jet pump creates a forced flow of water through a suction pipe. This suction is typically created through electric-powered impellers and a jet ejector to move water quickly. This suction is ideal to pull water up from the ground or a body of water like a well.
At Integra Water, we offer both submersible well pump services and jet pump services. Jet pumps are located above ground and use motors to pull water above ground, whereas submersible well pumps operate below the ground and push water to the surface where it is usually held in a storage tank. Depending on your property, our experts can help identify which pump might work best for your home and situation.