Jet Pumps Frequently Asked Questions
- A jet pump works on the centrifugal principle.
- Generally, jet pumps have three ports in the pump casing: one port for suction pipes, one for pressure pipes and one for delivery pipes.
- The surface monoblock recommended suction lift is 20 feet, whereas a jet pump suction lift is up to 200 ft in Borewell application.
- The jet pump can be used in low yield bore wells
- It is recommended to consult a qualified or a trained mechanic to help replace a jet pump.
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- The size of pump depends upon the pumping requirements and its applications.
- Contact Taro Pumps Authorised dealer for proper guidance on the selection.
- Servicing and troubleshooting must be handled by qualified persons with proper tools and equipment.
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- The best quality jet pumps are designed for a particular application, are energy efficient, use high grade of materials for reliability and ensure a long life.
- They are priced at an optimum.
- The manufacturers of jet pumps have accessible service network and good after sales support with warranty.
- Jet pumps usually have a long life (more than 5 years).
- With proper installation and maintenance, good quality construction materials and stringent quality assurance, jet pumps can have a much longer life.
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The jet pump can be used for the below applications
- Crooked un-shaped borewells
- Borewell with sand and silt
- Water level below 30 feet and within 180 feet
The jet pumps are non-self-priming. Foot valve is required compulsorily for priming.
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- The jet pump consists of a horizontal/vertical monoblock, a jet unit and a pressure valve.
- These three units operate together to pump water from deep wells.
- The jet pump has a venturi arrangement to increase the suction pressure.
- As the centrifugal monoblock pump discharges water, a part of the water is recirculated through the pressure line to the nozzle.
- The water enters the nozzle and is forced through the venturi, which creates a vacuum.
- This draws the water up from the well through the suction line, and the pressure is increased as it reaches the impeller.
- A jet pump requires two pipes to be inserted into the well, one for recirculating the water and increasing pressure, and the other for sucking the water from the well.
- It may overheat when run continuously in a voltage range above 240 voltage or below 170 V.
- The pump set is fitted with T.O.P (Thermal over load protector) and this protects the motor from overload.
No, it does not required pressure tank.