This will be my first winter with my pump. Plan on draining the pump housing and covering the Motor. It will sit outside in a somewhat sheltered area. That is about all, unless I come up with something that is a really good idea!
Just curious as to what type of water pump are we talkin, engine-driven or electric sump. All I have here is an electric sump. I don't know of anything to keep it in better workin order, than just gettin it out once and awhile and use it. That seems to be the down fall of alot of water pumping equipment, lack of use.
I'd like to here more about your guys pumps and what you use them for.
I have both, engine one I got in March so it will be the first winter I have had it. Looks like the previous owner(s) didn't do to much but drain the pump housing. Probably all that I will do. Not very good pictures but..
Buddy used it yesterday to pump out his FIL's basement whose house burnt down Friday night. I use it only for pumping off the rain water off the pool cover. Much quicker than the electric sump pump I usually use.
Any massive jobs I pass on to another win die I've become friends with. He just bungs me a few quid for it.
Monday to Friday is just windows and I'm getting round 6-7 weeks with a helper 2-3 days a week so can only do add ons on Saturdays. I will not do a full day on a Saturday so that's why I pass on big stuff ... read more
Hello All, I’ve spent 2 weeks trying to figure out what kind of pump I should purchase and I’m more confused now than when I started. I’ve built a solar heater for my pool using 1/2” black thin wall tubing. I have about 700 feet of tubing on the roof of my house. Currently I’ve been using a...
We are trying to create a water reclaim system. Currently we have roughly 50 PSI of head pressure to overcome in the water return line to the tower. We have water dumping into a 60 gal water storage tank and need to pump it into the return line. We were thinking of using a deep well submersible...
We have a mountainous ranch, with a 1" city water pipe at the bottom and need to take the water to the top of the ranch. From bottom to top, distance is probably about 40-50 meters at 45 degrees.
Power source: a solar-rechargeable battery bank with 300W continuous (600W surge max) DC/AC...
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