What are Water Head and Water Pressure? ｜Aquasky
The Head is a height at which a pump can give the fluid. It is measured in feet or meters of the output vessel of the pump. It is fluid-independent, that is, regardless of the fluid's relative density, the pump will lift it to the same height. The greater the pump head the greater the pressure that the pump can generate. These statistics can be measured by placing a water tube on the pump's discharge section, and measuring the maximum height that the pump can supply the water.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! ｜Aquasky
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New Product- SupremePlus ｜Aquasky
SupremePlus series offers large-sized pressure vessels (up to 10,000L) providing high drawdown in water. It comes with an interchangeable bladder and a flange with stainless water connection. SupremePlus serves well in many applications such as Surge tanks, long-range irrigation, industrial applications, HVAC expansion purposes, or high-rise and multistory buildings such as shopping malls, schools or business centers.
Nitrogen introduction ｜Aquasky
Nitrogen is less likely to migrate through diaphragm rubber than is oxygen, which means the pressure tank does not need to re-fill the air pressure once on the pressure tank in service. Nitrogen is a very stable gas against with temperature changes which means more consistent inflation pressures during the service life.
What is a pressure switch? ｜Aquasky
A pressure switch is a mechanical or electronic device activated by the pressure of fluids, air, or gas when the fluids, air, or gasses reach a threshold or setpoint. The designs of pressure switches include bourdon tubes, pistons, diaphragms, or membranes that move or deform with the amount of pressure exerted by the system.
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