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Sprinkling Pump

When it comes to lawn irrigation, several types of pumps are suitable for the job. However not all of these types may be an exact fit for your existing lawn sprinkler system. The one that you go for should work with your water source and the kind of sprinkler system that you have.

Centrifugal pumps are one of the most popular choices for lawn sprinkling or lawn irrigation. Reasonably priced and easy to install, these do need regular priming especially before use, for water suction purposes.

The submersible pump is another type wherein the installation takes place underwater. Although this type of pump is usually sold at a higher price than most centrifugal pumps, they tend to perform wonderfully for lawn irrigation. With their submersible design however, these may be more difficult to clean and maintain than centrifugal pumps.

For bigger lawns and more complex landscapes, turbine pumps are most ideal. Also known as jet pumps, these pumps combine the design of the centrifugal and submersible pumps, wherein the motor is installed above ground level while the pump itself is located below. Since it can take on bigger irrigation tasks, a turbine is usually the most expensive.

There are pumps designed especially for lawn sprinkling, which are available in different capacities. The bigger or wider the lawn, the higher is its requirement for pump capacity. Smaller pumps are sufficient to provide watering cycles to narrow lawns or a small patch of garden. If water pressure in your property is not enough to power your sprinkler system, a booster pump can be a good choice.