Submersible water pump price is from Kes 17,000. Our submersible solar, and electric electric water pumps for sale are available in a wide variety of water flow rates. This is from shallow well to deep borehole models. Our submersible water pump price in Kenya is determined by these specifications. These submersible water pumps are all stainless steel models which operate under water only. These submersible electric, and solar water pumps serve every water pumping system. Each is a volume water pump.
Our borehole water pumps prices in Kenya depend on the depth, and flow rate of the well. Cheap submersible water pumps for sewage water extraction are available too.
Submersible Water Pump Prices In Kenya By Grekkon Limited
|SXG 400||Motor singe phase, Power 0.4kW/0.6Hp, Head 7M, Flow rate 140l/ min, outlet 1-1/4″||KES 26,000
|SXS 1500-VA||Motor singe phase, Power 1.1kW/1.5Hp, Head 10M, Flow rate 450l/ min, outlet 2″||KES 47,000|
|SXS 1500-DA||Motor single phase, Power 1.1kW/1.5Hp, Head 17M, Flow rate 350l/ min, outlet 1-1/2″||KES 52,000|
|PRT 300 N-M||Motor three phase, Power 2.2kW/3Hp, Head 17M, Flow rate 600l/ min, outlet 2-1/2″||KES 110,000|
|PRM 300 N-M||Motor single phase, Power 2.2kW/3Hp, Head 22M, Flow rate 700l/ min, outlet 2-1/2″||KES 150,000|
Submersible water pump price; what to consider
These are the considerations for a submersible electric pump price
- Power rating. Each pump has a power rating provided in kilo volts. It determines if it will run on a single phase or three phase electric power supply.
- Head. This is the pressure rating provided in meters. It is a measure of how high the submersible electric pump pushes up a given volume of water vertically. Your pump from will have the head indicated as the minimum to maximum range. This is proportional to a specific water volume discharge rate. For example 5 cubic liters per hour at 50M to 1.2 cubic liters per hour at 250M. This is on the label as 5M3– 1.2M3| 50M-250M.
- Flow rate or discharge rate. This is the volume of water the pump evacuates at a given pressure. A range is provided for this as illustrated in (2) above. The larger the submersible electric pump, the greater the discharge rate. There is an inverse relationship between the discharge rate and the depth or height of pumping. The volume of water discharged decreases for every increase in pumping depth or height.
We provide an easy to read, graphic illustration of the pressure and flow rate for every pump we install.
To determine an appropriate one for a client, the following information will be provided.
- Depth of the well or borehole
- Water level in the well or borehole
- Water requirement or use per day
- Electricity power supply line available; is it single phase or three phase?