Berkeley / StaRite cast iron, self priming, high head sprinkler & irrigation water pumps 3 HP & 5 HP. Used as a residential irrigation pump; for dewatering excavations & water transfer by contractors & in industrial liquid transfer & supply operations.
Flint And Walling (F & W) Self Priming Sprinkler And Irrigation Pump Water Pumps 1-1/2 HP, 2 HP and 3 HP with bronze impellers. Features include high capacity, cast iron body and mounting ring for long life, bronze impellers, Flint & Walling’s Service Plus NEMA J, capacitor start, double ball bearing motors for continuous operation and rapid self-priming characteristics under maximum suction conditions.
Goulds Water Technology Irri-Gator Self Priming Sprinkler and Irrigation Centrifugal Pumps are specifically designed for lawn sprinkling, irrigation, air conditioning systems, heat pumps, water transfer and dewatering.
Myers Quick Prime 1-1/2 HP, 2 HP and 3 HP single and three phase self priming sprinkler and irrigation water pumps pumps deliver strong dependable performance for the most demanding jobs. They are designed for demanding jobs where a lot of water is required over a long period of time. They are used for lawn and garden sprinkling, irrigation, car washing or other big cleaning and maintenance jobs, its built for one purpose only continuous high performance serve. Not for use with corrosive chemicals or flammable liquids.
Constant and variable speed low water pressure booster pumps by Goulds Water Technology Pumps, Flojet Pumps Grundfos Pumps, Leader Pumps, Little Giant Pumps, Pedrollo Pumps and Simer Pumps provide strong, even discharge pressure. The water pressure booster pump starts when the tap is turned on and continues running until water is not required and the tap is turned off. These compact, economical, booster systems are specifically designed for boosting low water pressure in municipal and well water systems, rain water collection systems, and garden and irrigation applications. Al booster systems are easy to install and have few maintenance issues. Their unique ability to respond to changing circumstances ensures a steady, reliable flow of water.