Agricultural Irrigation

Irrigation pumps are an essential tool for modern agriculture, providing a reliable source of water for crops and plants. There are several different types of irrigation pumps available on the market, each with its own unique features and benefits. In this article, we will explore the different types of irrigation pumps and their characteristics, helping you choose the best pump for your irrigation needs.

Irrigation of farmland is an indispensable part of agriculture, especially in the absence of rain. This work has become more frequent. In general, farmland irrigation is carried out by drawing water out of rivers and ditches and sending it to the farmland for irrigation, or spraying the water under a rated pressure into the air. The amount of water discharged from the farmland irrigation pump depends on the size of the farmland, soil conditions, and climatic conditions. The customer needs to determine the hourly water demand according to the actual working conditions, but it is generally 1 to 5 L/s.

Irrigation equipment pressure is less than 10 meters, you can choose an axial pump or low head single-stage double suction centrifugal pump. If the pressure is greater than 10 meters, single-stage single-suction centrifugal pumps, submersible pumps or self-priming pumps may be selected as the irrigation pump. If the required pressure is large, a small-flow high-lift multi-stage pump or a high-lift submersible pump may be selected.

No matter what type of pump, as long as it is used in agricultural irrigation, we generally call it an irrigation pump. When selecting a type of pump, it is not only necessary to consider the structure and installation of the pump, but also the actual local conditions selected.

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