When you open a spigot in a home or building, you expect water to flow at a certain pressure. How water pressure is controlled within a structure greatly depends on how this resource is obtained.
For nearly a century, submersible pumps have been an effective solution for transferring water from well systems to its destination inside a structure or home. While designed to operate totally submersed in the water which is being pumped, this well water pump stands out in the fact that it can be installed without the worry of freezing.
Standards provide people and organizations with a basis for mutual understanding and are used as tools to facilitate communication, measurement, commerce, and manufacturing. For industries where there is very little room for mistakes, such standards bring consistency to the processes and products. That’s why, when it comes to pumps, several standards exist so all players involved – from production to installation – have expectations to fulfill.
Electrical current powers a submersible pump motor and contributes to its reliable, safe, and efficient operation.
Hand pumps are one of the most ancient water-lifting devices that have been used for thousands of years.
A.Y. McDonald’s commitment to providing top quality water works, pump, plumbing, and natural gas parts means our company also places great importance on following, respecting, and promoting the standards, organizations, associations, and committees that make up the industries we serve.
Maintaining proper water pressure is essential to any plumbing system within a home or building.
For nearly a century, submersible pumps have been an effective solution for transferring water from well systems to its final destination inside a structure or home.
For decades, submersible pumps have been considered one of the most popular types of pumps used for private well systems in the U.S.
Plumbing valves are used as fluid control devices which are usually located in a piping system at points other than outlets.