Sprinkler Pump Repair
Sprinkler Pump Repair or Replacement
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The best Sprinkler pump
Goulds GT Irrigator Self Priming Centrifugal Pump
This GT centrifugal pump, capable of repriming up to 25 feet suction lift, is engineered with a back pull out design that allows for easy service,
- Self-priming design - once pump is initially primed, filled with water, it will reprime when the water level rises above the end of the suction pipe
- Back pullout design allows disassembly of pump for service without disturbing piping
- Two compartment motor for easy access to motor wiring and replaceable components
- Bolt down diffuser (guidevane) provides positive alignment with impeller. F.D.A. compliant, injection molded, glass filled Lexan for durability and abrasion resistance
- Corrosion and abrasion resistant, glass filled Noryl impeller, F.D.A. compliant
- Electro-coat paint process is applied inside and out, then baked on for corrosion resistance
- Cast iron casing, 4-bolt, back pull-out design. Openings for vacuum gauge and casing drain
- Powered for continuous operation
- Rated within the motor manufacturer’s recommended working limits
- Can be operated continuously without damage
- Mechanical seal with carbon/ceramic faces, BUNA elastomers. 300 series stainless steel metal parts
- Diaphragm prevents the seal from running dry
- NEMA standard open drip proof motor
- Stainless steel shaft
- Built-in overload with automatic reset
Sprinkler Pump Questions
Troubleshooting your Sprinkler Pump
The suction lift is the vertical distance between the water surface and the pump inlet. When this suction lift is too high, the pump will start to sound like it has rocks in it. This noise is caused by cavitation, which can harm the pump’s internal components. Sometimes, relocating the pump closer to the water source solves the problem — at least temporarily.
Give us a call today for a free evaluation of your sprinkler pump.
The first thing you should do is check your breaker to make sure it’s not in the “off” position or if it has been tripped. If that doesn’t work, try resetting the breaker. If you keep tripping the pump breaker after resetting, it may be because of something wrong with the wires to your pump or the motor itself.
Either way, you may want to go ahead and contact us for a free evaluation.
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