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Water pumps come in an array of types and uses. While there really is no ideal, one-size-fits-all water pump, you will find that here in Outbax, our water pumps certainly fit your garden needs and of course, your budget. Need a water pump controller for your stage pump or garden pump? We have one that can provide stable performance, does not require a lot of maintenance and lasts for a long time.

From garden sprinklers and swimming pools, to irrigation and cleaning, you will find a water pump that fits your needs here at Outbax. Give our team a call today, we would be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have about our range of gardening equipment.

Water pumps are available in all shapes and sizes. For example, you have a submersible pump, rainwater pump or a sprinkler pump. And understanding the different types of water pumps and how they are used is the first step to finding out which one would be best for your needs and budget.

If you want to spray your garden with rainwater:

Watering Pump / Irrigation Pump

  • In combination with a sprinkler or brook, suitable for watering the garden.
  • Put this pump in a dry place.
  • Suitable for rainwater from a rain barrel, well or reservoir.
  • Whether or not suitable for (highly) polluted water per product.

Rain Barrel Pump

  • In combination with a sprinkler or brook, suitable for watering the garden.
  • Put this pump in a wet place, in this case in the rain barrel. Look in the manual for the maximum immersion depth and other safety information.
  • Especially suitable for water from the rain barrel.

Hydrophore Pump / Rainwater Pump

  • In combination with a sprinkler or brook, suitable for watering the garden.
  • Also suitable for rainwater supply in the home (flushing the toilet with rainwater, for example).
  • Put this pump in a dry place.
  • Suitable for rainwater from rain barrel, well or reservoir.

If you want to drain your pond or flooded living space:

Submersible Pump

  • Suitable for draining a flooded basement, room or pumping out a pond.
  • This pump will put you in a wet place, for example in your flooded cellar. Look in the manual for the maximum immersion depth and other safety information.
  • Suitable or not suitable for contaminated water per product.

If you want to increase the water pressure in the pipes:

Hydrophore Pump / Rainwater Pump

  • Suitable for keeping the water pipe on pressure.
  • Put this pump in a dry place.
  • Also suitable for rainwater supply in the house (flushing the toilet with rainwater, for example).
  • Suitable for rainwater from well or reservoir.

If you want to flush your toilets using rainwater:

Hydrophore Pump / Rainwater Pump

  • Suitable for rainwater supply in the house (flushing the toilet with rainwater, for example).
  • Also suitable for maintaining pressure on the water pipe.
  • Put this pump in a dry place.
  • Suitable for rainwater from well or reservoir.

If you want to drain a small amount of water:

Conversion pump

  • Suitable for pumping away small amounts of water, for example from the aquarium. Use in combination with a drill.

Keep in mind that not all substances can be pumped. Substances that you are not allowed to pump are: salt water, aggressive and highly flammable substances or foodstuffs. Look in the manual for more information about substances that can not be pumped with your specific pump.

Other important things to keep in mind when choosing water pumps for your garden or home:

While buying a water pump every consumer should be aware of the various nooks and crannies to lookout for. The following are three important aspects to remember while buying your next water pump.

Rate of water flow- the water flow rate of a pump is measured in liters per minute. While buying a pump, one of the most important factors to keep in mind is that is what time will the water tank be full. Ideally, for a house, 100-200 liters per minute is more than enough power required for a pump. So if you have a 1000 liters water tank in your house, this pump can fill it up in about 5-10 minutes, depending on the type of pump you choose for.

Size of the inlet - This factor is also directly related with the time it will take to fill up your tank. A typical pump has an inlet size which varies from 1” - 5”. All centrifugal pumps work on the same principle. It sucks in water through the inlet valve and release it from the discharge valve. The greater the size of the inlet, the quicker the pump will transfer the water through it.

Head and pressure - This is perhaps the most important aspect to consider while buying a pump. Maximum head of a pump refers to the combination of maximum suction height and maximum pumping height. For example if the maximum head of a pump is 40 meters, then at 40 meters above the ground, the water flow rate will be zero.

All of our Garden Water Pumps are made from quality materials that are guaranteed to be safe, comfortable and will last for a long time.

If you have never tried ordering Garden Water Pumps online before, feel free to call us at 02 888 10 333 and ask questions about our products. We will be happy to assist you.

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