Submersible pumps are known as one of the pump types that actively operate in liquid or medium. In submersible pumps, the motor part is combined with the pump body. To understand correctly how submersible pumps work, it is useful to know the internal structure of these pumps. As it is known, since the submersible pumps come into direct contact with the liquid, the characteristics of the motor have been formed accordingly. Water-proof protection in the engine is one of these. On the other hand, it is filled with oil in order to prevent problems such as short circuit. Because of this oil, liquids are prevented from leaking into the interior and possible damages are prevented. Connection points of submersible pumps are airtight or watertight.

Use of Submersible Pumps

Submersible pumps have an extremely practical and useful structure. In areas where water needs to be supplied, irrigation systems, underground water level control operations, heat pump applications, ornamental pools, etc. It is possible to actively benefit from submersible pumps. At the same time, submersible pumps can be used in tunnels and certain wells. If you have a well that you use for irrigation or drinking, you are likely to somehow use a submersible pump. Submersible pumps are designed to operate in the submerged state. It is precisely for this that its name is also a diver. In some sources, submersible pumps can also be referred to as centrifugal pumps.

Working Principle of Submersible Pumps

Due to its longevity and durability, submersible pumps, which prevent possible mishaps especially in touristic places, have an important contribution to the irrigation of gardens or agricultural areas. After starting the submersible pump, water can be drawn easily from wells, especially deep wells. To achieve this, it is unnecessary to go down to the bottom of the well. It is sufficient to be mounted at a height of approximately two meters from the bottom point.

Meanwhile, the temperature of the fluids also affects the choice and usage of submersible pumps. For example, submersible pumps that are planned to be used in a water tank or pool should have a cooling jacket. Manometer can be a very important factor in this process. In this way, the entire operation of the submersible pump can be monitored and monitored instantly. In addition, support can be obtained from different devices for current or voltage status.

Water and airtight motors in these pumps start to rotate the propeller located in the pump body. As the impeller rotates, the impeller starts to accelerate the liquid and then forces it in the direction of the discharge line. On the other hand, this particular type of pump does not operate in air, this is because they are not designed this way. Submersible pumps are designed to work only under water.