5HP Solar Water Pump With Manual Dual Axis Tracking Structure

Location: Jalpaiguri
Capacity: 5HP
Department: WBWRIDD
Purpose: Irrigation

Overview

The 3HP, 2HP Solar Water Pumping solution with a surface centrifugal pump located in Coochbehar is a rescuer for people who chose agriculture to be their livelihood. The solar pump helps in effective irrigation of the area and are well distributed throughout the entire length of the agricultural fields. In these areas where the generation of electricity would otherwise have been a far cry, the solar water pump with the help of solar energy has made the task easier than ever thought.

 

Technical Details

The most important technical system in this pump is the presence of a manual dual-axis tracking system. The user can change the angles of the axis to the desired measure so as to face the sun. The handling is swiftly and easily done by simply loosening the nuts and bolts and holding the panels in proper positions.  The tracker is cost-effective and has reduced operation time in comparison to the single-pole dual-axis manual tracker. The separate AC -DC multilayer protection is an added feature provided by SunShell Power in their water pumping systems which is not otherwise found in many solar water pumps in India.

 

Benefits

An IP 54 enclosure is a hallmark of SunShell Power’s water pumping system. This helps to sustain the safety of the users and there remain no requirements for opening the pump controlling box. It has a solar remote monitoring system that is highly proficient and user friendly. These are added features of products developed by SunShell. It reduces pollution and is a very environment-friendly option to be availed.

 

Advantage

The efficiency level is increased by using this type of pump of SunShell power. There is another advantage of SunShell Power over other water pump companies in India is that it uses load changing switches.

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