Hydraulic pumps are machines that deal with the pumping of liquids, in general they are, however, water. There are manual, electric or pedal hydraulic pumps. The electric one, of course, is the one that manages to guarantee the greatest movement of liquids both horizontally and upwards. If the fluids are at a certain depth, the ideal device to be able to pump them correctly is a submerged pump. For the correct choice of the correct appliance, two main characteristics must be taken into consideration: the flow rate and the head. The flow rate is the quantity of liquids that a pump is able to move in a specific time. The head, on the other hand, indicates the maximum height that the fluid can reach once it is pushed by the device. Usually increasing the flow decreases the prevalence accordingly.
Characteristics of submersible pumps
Submersible pumps are electrical devices that need to activate a suitable float. In fact, as soon as the liquid reaches a certain level, the float is able to activate the pump which then starts the movement. Once activated, the device is able to transform electrical energy into kinetic energy, by correctly moving the fluid. The impeller inside the machine is able to increase the pressure of the fluid, thus managing to push it upwards. The motor that supplies the power necessary for pumping the liquid must necessarily have particular characteristics, especially as regards insulation, since the device is submerged. There are different types of submersible pumps depending on the use and needs.