The constant pressure pumping system is the most common option for selecting a water well pump
In your conventional well pump system, you have probably experienced poor water pressure when your water supply needs increase. Supplying water at the same time often means dishwashers, sprinklers, showers or faucets stop supplying the water you need! How do you solve this? Simply install a Franklin Electric’s SubDrive Utility™.
Constant water pressure means you get consistent pressure. As your water consumption increases, pump performance automatically adjusts to meet your needs and maintain steady pressure. The user-friendly control unit indicates how the pump is performing and warns you of any faults. With a Franklin Electric’s SubDrive Utility™, water pressure is maintained even if your family is showering, washing the car and watering the lawn at the same time. All of your water supply needs are answered with a Franklin Electric’s SubDrive Utility™ Constant Pressure System.
From Our Customers:
“I recently had services provided by Capital Well (new well pump-tank installed) I am very pleased with the job done by Jordan and Harold, not only for their professionalism-also for their willingness to listen/answering of my questions, giving their knowledge and demeanor I am grateful to have “peace of mind” -having been put to the “test” of honesty, integrity and knowledge pertaining to home improvements in the past, Jordan and Harold renewed my faith-” -D.G.
“I just wanna say thank you. This is the second experience I’ve had with Capital Well. one in Stewartstown, NH and one in Hebron, NH. Every single person I have talked to or met has been kind, knowledgeable and personable. Your crew is awesome and so is your work. Thank you so much for all your help with all my water issues!” -B.D & L.D
“He was so respectful of the plants around the area he would be working. I was even able to move a couple before he got started.
One minute we had water the next we didn’t. I called you guys and that same day a technician was here and the new well pump and pressure tank was installed. Thank you!” -S.
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Conventional Well Pump Systems
- A larger tank model produces longer cycles
- Overall length of the pumping cycles being determined by the varying size of tank which you need
- The pump not running while you are consuming water
- Due to its “on” or “off” cycles, helps to conserve water and avoid unnecessary or wasteful usage.
These units operate at only two speeds, on and off. A pressurized switch controls the conventional pump system, turning the unit on when a certain pressure level is reached, and likewise, shutting it off once the necessary level is reached.
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Conventional Water Well Pump System Features:
- 5 performance ranges – 5, 7, 10, 18 & 25 GPM
- Ceramic shaft sleeve and rubber discharge bearing protect shaft and eliminate sand wear
- Intermediate bearing included in 5-25 GPM units greater than 24″ in length and/or 2 hp and higher to provide improved shaft stability
- Thermoplastic and stainless steel models include built-in removable check valve system
- Urethane Eye & Hub Seals are remarkably resistant to abrasives, allowing sand and other abrasives to pass through each stage without wear or damage
- Powered by Franklin corrosion-resistant 4″ submersible motors
- Maximum water temperature 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Consult factory for further details
- Built-in section screen on thermoplastic units and removable suctin screen on stainless steel units prevents debris from clogging impellers and provides full flow performance
Residential Water Well Pump System Sizing
A properly designed residential water supply system should deliver water at the desired quantity, quality, and pressure to any outlet on the system during periods of heaviest use. To accomplish this, the peak demand for the home is determined and the well and pump are sized to meet or exceed the demand. If local geological conditions prohibit the development of a water supply with quantity to meet the demand, additional storage facilities are necessary.
Determining Water Well Pump Capacity
A simple method of determining pump capacity is based on the number of fixtures or outlets using water in your home or business. The pump capacity (in gallons per minute or GPM) should equal the total number of fixtures in your home or business.