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The Difference Between A Suction Pump And A Submersible Pump
The difference between the sump water pump and the submersible pump is that the suction pump cannot be put into the water to work. It moves up and down with the change of the level, and the submersible pump can work normally under the water. Therefore, there will be more customers who choose submersible pumps. The essential difference between a water pump and a submersible pump lies in
Different nature of work
Different use processes
Different switch forms
1. The nature of work is different
The driving method of the water pump is generally driven by a motor, which is very resistant to voltage shocks. High-lift submersible pumps open and close quickly, and are generally used in places with small flow and pressure, requiring large switching frequency. Suction pumps are the opposite. The valve opening of the water pump can be controlled, and the state is open, closed, half-open and half-closed, which can control the flow of the medium in the pipeline. The deep well submersible pump cannot meet this requirement.
2. The use process is different
The suction pump can generally be used for adjustment and has a switching value. For example, the end of a fan coil unit. Submersible pumps are suitable for some special process requirements, such as special fluid media, etc., and the price will be more expensive.
3. The switch forms are different
The driving form of the water pump is generally driven by a motor, and it takes a certain time to open or close, which can be used for adjustment. The submersible pump is driven by a coil, which can only be turned on or off, and the time of opening and closing is very short.
Suction pumps and submersible pumps are not the same. The obvious difference is that the suction pump can only work on water, while the submersible sewage pump can work underwater. There is a difference between the two types of pumps.