About Booster Pumps

A booster pump is a machine that increases the pressure of a fluid. They may be used with liquids or gasses altough the construction details will vary depending on the fluid.

Pumps can be classified into three major groups according to the method they use to move the fluid: direct lift, displacement, and gravity pumps.

How does a Booster Pump work?

A Booster Pump boosts water pressure and improves the flow rates. The pump has an impeller inside that increases water flow and pressure at the same time. A motor makes the impellers spin. A booster pump is also used to re-pressurize water from a storage tank and sends it to a faucet. Usually you would use a booster pump to move the water.

What are the components of a Booster Pump?

Most booster pumps, does not matter who manufactured it, contains the same parts.The components of a booster pump consists of the following: