Some water resources lie too deep to be usable with surface pumps. However, that does not mean that this water cannot be used at all. Our submersible pressure pumps have been designed specifically for pumping very deep-lying water. These pumps are ideal for water supply from wells, cisterns and similar deep places.
The water pumped can be used both for watering and household purposes. The DRAIN 6000/36 submersible pressure pump is specially designed for mobile use, but stationary installation is also an option if required. This pump is suitable for watering from deep places that are at least 50 cm in diameter. In addition, our range includes the AJ 4 Plus and MSC series of specially made deep well pumps, which can be installed in drilled wells as little as 10 cm in diameter.
T.I.P. garden pumps are ideal for pumping collected rain water, or pumping water from wells and cisterns. Pumped water can be sent on under pressure, which is perfect for watering lawns and garden beds. Even watering systems – for example sprinklers – can be run very efficiently with garden pumps.
A major advantage of all T.I.P. garden pumps is that they generate the 1.5 bar minimum pressure needed for automation. This means that connecting a Brio 2000 electronic control system allows pumped liquid to be used just like water from the mains – for example by turning taps on and off. Our range of garden pumps runs from robust starter models – like the Garden Jet 750 – to perfect all-rounder models – like the Clean Jet 1300 Plus with Kit – and top-class models – like the high-performance GP 6000.
Using collected rainwater
The choice of pump for using collected rainwater depends on the intended use of the liquid. The DIO 45/13 rain barrel pump has been specially designed for filling watering cans with water from rain butts or similar containers.
Garden pumps however are ideal for direct watering in gardens. If you would like to be able to use a water supply the same way you use the mains – by turning consumers on and off – we recommend automatic domestic water systems or booster sets. Booster sets in particular enable use of collected rainwater for many different household purposes – for example toilet flushing or running washing machines.