Water Transfer Pumps

RC DIN Series Pump
RC DIN Series Pump
RC DIN Series Pump
RC DIN Series Pump
RC DIN Series Pump
RC ISO Series
RC ISO Series
RC ISO Series
RC ISO Series
RC ISO Series
RS Series Self Priming Diesel Transfer Pump
RS 150 Self Priming Pump
RS 150 Self Priming Pump
RS Series Self Priming Diesel Transfer Pump
RS 150 Self Priming Pump
RS 150 Self Priming Pump
RS Series Self Priming Diesel Transfer Pump

Water Transfer Pumps in Australia — Get the Right One

A water transfer pump does exactly what the name suggests: it transfers water from one place to another. But the one you need will generally depend on a number of factors — how much water you need to transfer, how quickly, how far and the state of the water.

The top-quality transfer water pumps in Australia that we supply will last for a long time and so you need to choose the best one for your job. If you do that, you’ll be able to handle the quantity of water easily and without fuss.

Factors You Need to Consider When Purchasing a Water Transfer Pump

Despite the name, water transfer pumps can do more than simply transfer only water. Certain ones can also handle fluids that contain chemicals or have particles of stone or other materials up to a specified size. You, therefore, need to consider not only the quantity of fluid you need to transfer, how far and how quickly, but also what it contains.

Pumps are typically used in agriculture for irrigation, to fill water tanks from a lake or dam, or to transfer water before or after an industrial process. The water may contain oil, chemicals, metal shards or other items that may be abrasive and can damage or clog the pump. You must therefore consider all aspects of your application and choose the most appropriate pump:

  • Lightweight and simple pumps may be adequate to transfer small volumes of water infrequently but may only be suitable for domestic use.
  • Dewatering pumps will be submerged for long periods and so need to be extremely durable, resistant to corrosion and low maintenance. Depending on their use, they may need to be capable of pumping dirty as well as clean water.
  • Sewage grinder pumps are capable of moving liquids that contain a degree of solids without causing blockages. Some models will break down the solids into manageable sizes.
  • Mobile pumps are suitable when you have multiple jobs at intervals in different locations while static pumps are more appropriate for regular use in one place.
  • Pumps with electric motors are suitable when there’s an available power source otherwise petrol or self-priming diesel-powered pumps may be better. PTO pump versions obtain their power from a tractor’s engine.

A Water Transfer Pump for Every Job

Our range of water transfer pumps can handle varying quantities of clean and dirty water plus other liquids with varying degrees of solid content. They are capable of moving large volumes of liquid over long distances quickly and between different heights. So, whether you need to drain floodwater, fill a tank, irrigate a field or for any other purpose, we have the pump for you.

All our DIN pumps are made with safety and efficiency in mind. They comprise high-quality components that are sturdy and long-lasting so your pump will operate for long periods without failure or intervention.

For non-standard applications, we can build bespoke pumps and can supply all the accessories and equipment you will need. We can also advise on the best set-up for you and can keep your pump running smoothly with our planned maintenance programme. If you need a water transfer pump, Remko pump supplier is here to help.

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