Borewell Submersible Pumps are vertical, multistage, centrifugal pumps with a motor at the bottom and a pump on the top. They help in accessing the groundwater which is a widely used pump in agriculture. C R I Borewell Pumpsets are the leaders in the water pump field and a wide range of Borewell submersible pumps are available for various agricultural activities.
Basics of Borewell Pumpsets
A borewell pump has a motor at the bottom and pumps on the top. The water entry is from the bottom of the pump and flows upwards through many stages. The impellers made up of stainless steel rotate inside the diffusers with inherent guide vanes. With the help of the diffusers, water is directed from one impeller to the next impeller suction. Such a flow through each stage of the impeller and diffuser increases the water pressure at each stage and finally, water is discharged through the outlet from the top.
CRI Borewell Submersible Pumpsets
The primary feature and a significant advantage of borewell submersible pumps is their capability to be submerged in water instead of being held above the ground. Since the water pumps are already submerged they don’t need any priming. The water pressure itself moves the water into the pump instead of using energy to pump water. These borewell pumps can handle the fluctuation of voltage comparatively well and are capable of delivering water even at lower voltages.
Construction of Borewell Submersible Pump
C.R.I. Borewell Submersible Pumpsets are powered by a water-filled, rewindable submersible motor that is suitable for continuous operation. The stator is wound with special waterproof synthetic film insulated copper winding wires and made up of low watt loss silicon steel laminations assembled under pressure and rigidly locked in stainless steel stator shell. Borewell submersible Pump components are specially designed for the best possible hydraulic efficiency.