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Submersible Pumps

Overview

Our Borewell Submersible Pumps are used in the agricultural industry across the country.

They gain their name due to the fact they are placed vertically into a bore well and then fully submerged within the water.

They are renowned for their power efficiency and durability, a Taro pump being made from cast iron and featuring a CED coating. Once they are submerged they pump water to the surface via a hermetically sealed motor.

Our power ranges are from 3hp through to 25hp. For more help buying a submersible pump, please see our submersible pump buyers guide.

See more information about how to install a submersible pump, how borewell submersible pumps compare against the competition and also find your frequently asked questions.

Primary Uses

Our pumps are used in a variety of industries across the country, if you need to withdraw water from a borewell, we are the leading option. Some common cases pof where this is effective are:

  • Fire-Fighting systems
  • Irrigation in agriculture
  • Cattle farming

Models

3" Submersible Pumps 4" Submersible Pumps 6" Submersible Pumps 7" Submersible Pumps 8" Submersible Pumps

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Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that you probably have questions relating to submersible pumps, that is why we have answered the most common questions we get asked about power, efficiency and more, which you can find by clicking the link below.

FAQs

Installation Information

Find out more about the how to install a submersible pump. This page includes step by step guides, images and downloadable content to help you better understand the installation process.

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Submersible Pump Comparisons

We have created comparisons of submersible pumps vs other leading alternatives on the market. We look at advantages, situations and much more to provide you with information that helps your purchasing decisions.

Comparisons

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