Are pedrollo pumps any good?
The pump is excellent. We have a 13 meter deep well and the pump provides a powerful stream of water. The delivery was quick and effective. An enquiry (left on the companies answering machine) about some dampness on the pump when delivered took a little time to respond.
How does a pedrollo water pump work?
Pumps are close coupled to a TEFC brushless induction motor designed for continuous operation. A thermal relay is provided in the windings to protect against electrical and mechanical overload and the pump can be connected directly to the mains power supply through a 10amp fuse or MCB.
Where are pedrollo pumps made?
Product development, design and production remain proudly ‘Made in Italy’. The extensive ranges of Pedrollo pumps cover most agricultural, domestic and industrial applications and are constantly evolving to remain some of the most efficient available.
Who makes pedrollo pumps?
An electric water pump manufactured by Pedrollo is manufactured in Italy to exacting quality standards. Pedrollo pumps are specifically designed to transfer water efficiently and cost effectively.
How do you bleed air from water pump?
Fill a bucket with water and pour water into the pump casing until the suction line and pump casing are full. Reinstall the priming plug loosely to allow air to bleed from the pump. Turn on the pump and monitor the sound of air bleeding from the priming plug. When air stops bleeding, turn off the pump.
Why is my water pump not building pressure?
The water pump may have suffered internal damage to a seal, bearing, or impeller. The motor will keep running but the pump is unable to develop normal pressures. “Damage” may include a broken impeller blade, scale or debris clogging the impeller or other pump components, or a failing pump seal or bearing.
What PSI should my well pump be?
The ideal well water pressure is between 40-60 psi. If you’re uncertain whether your water pressure falls within this range, learn how to test your water pressure. It’s a good skill to learn. Checking your water pressure a few times a year can help you detect problems before they get worse.