How to choose a booster pump?
The booster pump's name is installed on the pipeline and is a special name for many pumps. Generally speaking, a pipeline booster pump refers to a pump installed on a pipeline to transport liquid. It is not limited to a certain type of pump, vertical or horizontal, such as a vertical multistage centrifugal pump. Horizontal multistage centrifugal pumps, vertical single-stage centrifugal pumps, horizontal single-stage centrifugal pumps, self-priming centrifugal pumps, etc., can all be called pipeline booster pumps. Generally speaking, the pipeline booster pump refers to a pump with a pipeline structure, which can be directly connected in series like a pipeline.
Since the booster pump is another name for the pump, then the selection of the pump is the same as that of the centrifugal pump. The parameters to be noted are nothing but flow, lift, material, and specific gravity. What we usually call pump flow and head refers to its rated flow and rated head. The so-called rated flow and rated head refer to the pump inlet and outlet are fully open and work at power frequency (50Hz), the pump The amount of water pumped and the height at which you can pump water. The rated head corresponding to the pump's rated flow is called the optimal working point of the pump. This working point is the most efficient working point of the pump. Therefore, when selecting the pump, try to choose the pump with the best working point parameter to improve not only the optimal potential of the pump but also the service life of the pump.