Self-Priming Peripheral Pump 55L/min

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A self-priming peripheral pump is a type of centrifugal pump that is designed to automatically evacuate air and prime itself without external assistance. This type of pump is capable of lifting water from a lower level and initiating the pumping process without the need for manual priming or additional priming equipment. The term “peripheral” refers to the location of the impeller, which is situated at the periphery of the pump casing. Self-priming peripheral pumps are commonly used for various applications, including water supply, irrigation, and circulation systems, where the pump may be located above the water source, and priming efficiency is essential.

Voltage: 220V/50HZ
Max suction: 8M
Input/output diameter:1″/1″
Motor with copper wire coils
Brass impeller
Self-priming and with thermal protection
Package: color box


Self-Priming Peripheral Pump Uses

  1. Domestic Water Supply:
    • These pumps are often used in residential settings to supply water from wells, tanks, or other water sources to homes for activities such as drinking, cooking, bathing, and cleaning.
  2. Irrigation:
    • Self-priming peripheral pumps are employed in irrigation systems to lift water from a source, such as a reservoir or pond, and distribute it to fields or gardens for agricultural purposes.
  3. Gardening and Lawn Sprinkler Systems:
    • These pumps are suitable for small-scale gardening and lawn irrigation, ensuring efficient water distribution for landscaping purposes.
  4. Small-Scale Industrial Applications:
    • Self-priming peripheral pumps can be used in various industrial processes where a compact and efficient pump is required for liquid transfer, circulation, or cooling.
  5. Booster Pump Systems:
    • In buildings with insufficient water pressure, self-priming peripheral pumps can be used as booster pumps to enhance water pressure in plumbing systems.
  6. Vehicle Washing Systems:
    • Car wash facilities often use self-priming peripheral pumps to ensure a consistent and reliable water supply for cleaning operations.
  7. Fountain and Water Feature Systems:
    • These pumps are suitable for circulating water in decorative fountains and water features, adding aesthetic appeal to gardens, parks, and public spaces.
  8. Emergency Water Extraction:
    • In emergency situations, such as flooding or water removal from basements, self-priming peripheral pumps can be used to quickly extract water and prevent further damage.
  9. Construction Sites:
    • Self-priming peripheral pumps are employed on construction sites for tasks such as dewatering excavations or transferring water between locations.
  10. Marine Applications:
    • In boats or small marine vessels, these pumps may be used for bilge pumping to remove water from the bilge area and prevent flooding.
SKU: AHS43742 Category:


0.75 HP – Head 40 M – Flow 55L/Min, 1.0 HP – Head 50 M – Flow 60L/Min

Safety Measures

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations provided in the user manual.
    • Pay attention to specifications, maintenance requirements, and safety guidelines.
  2. Installation:
    • Install the pump in a well-ventilated and dry area to prevent moisture-related issues.
    • Ensure the pump is placed on a stable surface to prevent vibrations and possible damage.
  3. Power Supply:
    • Connect the pump to a power source that meets the specified voltage and current requirements.
    • Use a grounded electrical outlet and ensure that the power supply is equipped with proper protection devices, such as circuit breakers.
  4. Wiring:
    • Ensure that the electrical wiring is done by a qualified electrician.
    • Protect wiring from damage and exposure to the elements.
  5. Protection Against Overheating:
    • Check if the pump has built-in thermal protection to prevent overheating.
    • Avoid running the pump for extended periods without breaks.
  6. Inlet Strainer:
    • Install an inlet strainer to prevent debris from entering the pump and causing damage.
    • Clean the strainer regularly to maintain optimal performance.
  7. Priming:
    • Follow the manufacturer’s priming instructions carefully.
    • Ensure the pump is properly primed before starting. This may involve filling the pump casing with water to create a vacuum for self-priming.
  8. Maintenance:
    • Regularly inspect the pump for any signs of wear, damage, or leaks.
    • Follow the recommended maintenance schedule provided by the manufacturer.
    • Lubricate moving parts as required.
  9. Discharge Outlet:
    • Install a pressure relief valve or a check valve on the discharge outlet to prevent backflow and pressure build-up.
  10. Operational Guidelines:
    • Avoid running the pump dry, as this can cause damage.
    • Monitor the pump during operation and address any unusual noises or vibrations promptly.
    • Do not exceed the pump’s maximum rated pressure or flow.
  11. Emergency Shut-off:
    • Install an emergency shut-off switch near the pump for quick deactivation in case of emergencies.
  12. Training and Awareness:
    • Ensure that operators are trained on the safe and proper use of the pump.
    • Make users aware of potential hazards and emergency procedures.

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  1. Zia Bett

    Fantastic purchase.

    Zia Bett

  2. Teanna Ava

    Quick delivery, very happy customer.

    Teanna Ava