Solar Submersible Pump
AC Solar Submersible Pump
DC Solar Submersible Pump
We at SunShell Power know the importance of customizing solutions according to our client’s needs. Hence we have a variety of solar water pumps that you can choose according to your needs.
The first variety is the submersible pumps. As the name implies, these solar pumps remain immersed in water below ground level. When the depth of the water level is more than 6m from the surface, it is utilized to extract water. Borewells are typically dug to install these solar pumps. Depending on the location of the site, submersible solar pumps can be of two types: horizontal submersible pumps and vertical submersible pumps. This sort of solar water pumping system can extract water from enormous depths but cannot spread it over a broad region. It is mostly utilized in agriculture, irrigation, drinking water, fish aquaculture, and cattle production.
There are two types of solar submersible pumps available in the market: AC solar submersible pump and DC solar submersible pump.
DC solar submersible pumps may often run on several volts of DC power, such as 6V, 12V, 24V, or 32V. There are various advantages to using direct current rather than alternating current (AC). The first advantage is that the DC power system enables the submersible pumps to adapt to other power source options, such as batteries. It makes the devices more portable and easier to use.
Moreover, the AC power system requires a controller to manage the speed, but the DC power system does not. In most situations, the power system controller is only required when solar power modules are being used.
DC solar submersible pumps are also more energy efficient; a DC submersible pump requires less electricity to operate than an AC one. However, DC machines have limitations as well. The lifespan of DC submersible pumps is less than that of AC equivalents. Furthermore, while DC machines are more energy-efficient and easier to run without a current controller, they operate at a lower speed and have less pumping power.
A solar submersible pump’s principal purpose is to extract liquids from the earth or areas under the surface level. Submersible pumps are ideal for work for a variety of reasons. For one thing, the submersible pump contains nearly all of its components within its pipe-like body, so it doesn’t take up too much room.
Another benefit of solar submersible pumps, which stems from their design, is that they are the safest to operate among all other types of water pumps. Because all of the machine’s functioning parts are contained within the body, and the entire body will be in the pit of the work site, there is little possibility that the user near the machine will be injured while it is running. This characteristic alone distinguishes submersible pumps and helps them gain widespread acceptance.
Aside from the safety, efficiency, and silence of a solar submersible pump, the machine’s maintenance is also fairly simple. In reality, because the working elements and electrical components are completely covered inside the machine’s casing, tiny pollutants are unlikely to penetrate the body and harm the machine.
Moreover, because the submersible pumps are working in water, they are cooled by the water when running and the machine can last longer with this style of operation.