Water Pump

The water pump moves the water from the water source, a river, dam, or bore, through pipes to either a point of usage or a storage facility, such as a water tank or an irrigation system. An electric motor drives the pump in a solar-powered pumping system, and the solar array provides the power source.

Types of solar water pump, solar pumping system

A vast range of water pumps is available: pumps of different types, capacities, and physical sizes. To select a suitable water pump, you must first determine the pumping requirements of the intended application. This includes working out your daily water needs and gathering information about the water source, discharge point, and the journey between the two.

If not supported by other power sources like the electricity grid or battery storage, the pump must be able to move enough water each minute during sunlight hours to meet your operation’s daily water requirements. The pump also needs enough power to move the required amount of water from the water source over the necessary distance and through the required vertical lift (the head).

water pump types and applications

Water Pump Uses in Agriculture

Thriving agriculture is the most severe and critical need of a farmer. To produce and care for healthy crops and animals, clean water distribution must always be consistent.

Access to usable water is something many take for granted. Water pumps are crucial in remote locations such as farms and ranches where commercial electrical power is less easily accessible.

Farmers use various types of water pumps, such as centrifugal, submersible, piston, shallow well jets, and deep well jets. Each type uses a different method to transfer clean water depending on the resources and needs of the land.

Water pumps are often overlooked in agriculture but are the silent heroes for basic household needs, irrigation, and livestock care.

Yiwuenergy offers a DC and AC range of Solar Water Pumps in both Surface and Submersible categories. These solar water pumps help reduce your dependency on expensive fuels and maintenance costs instead of conventional water systems.

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