Pump: What is a water pump?  A water pump is an electromechanical machine used to increase the pressure of water to move it from one point to another. Modern water pumps are used throughout the world to supply water for municipal, industrial, agricultural, and residential uses.

There are many different types of water pumps including positive displacement pumps and centrifugal pumps, which provide the same service, however operate in a different way. The core concept of a water pump is to use a motor to convert rotational energy or kinetic energy and turn it into energy for moving fluid or for fluid flow (hydrodynamic energy).

Centrifugal pumps work with an impeller, fluid enters through the rotating impeller and is expelled out through centrifugal force through the impeller’s tips. The process of this increases the velocity and pressure of the fluid and directs it toward the outlet of the pump. A type of centrifugal pump is a submersible pump, available for hire on the Ruinu General Merchants’s platform.

A positive displacement pump has an expanding cavity on the suction side of the machine and decreasing cavity that is located on the discharge side of the machine. The water pump works by alternatively filling the cavity and then displacing the fluid with each cycle having a constant volume no matter the pressure or the pump head that is used.

You can buy affordable water pumps from our Ruinu General Merchants by calling us on +254 722 224688. We are facilitating delivery countrywide.

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