Harvesting and reusing rainwater is not only a way to supplement water supplies, it also helps protect vital water resources from pollutants that storm water runoff carries into them. As concerns about water pollution and the impending global water shortage grow, it is increasingly important for everyone to take part in conserving and protecting drinking water supplies.
The initial purchase price of a pump is just a small part of its actual life-cycle cost. Whether your pump application is municipal, commercial or industrial, the long-term costs can result in a much larger investment. Luckily, there are steps you can take to minimize this investment and increase your pump’s life expectancy by following proper installation and maintenance procedures.
Proper procedures increase a pump’s life expectancy
One of the greatest added-value services that water and plumbing professionals can provide to their customers is trusted and helpful advice, including tips on keeping themselves, family members and pets safe from floodwaters. Water infiltration or contaminated standing water pose a number of potential dangers to health and property.
Tips on effectively employing pumps in emergency situations
Water pumps, including submersible and vertical turbines, play an integral role in everyday life. Whether they pull water from a source to a treatment plant, add necessary chemicals to the water at the plant or help move the water from the plant to a tap, turbines work constantly to serve communities.
Assessing changes brought on by new movement
Benefits of the Flex-Pro A4 include: outputs to 171 gph, 1000:1 turndown ratio and continuous feed, output pressure ratings to 125 psi/8.6 Bar, automated PPM dosing, operator-friendly digital touchpad with menu-driven software, no-maintenance brushless variable speed motor, patented tube failure detection system and heavy-duty single-piece rotor. LCD displays motor speed, input signal values and service and alarm status.