A recirculation pump dedicated to flow and evacuation of the PulsarÂ® chlorinator.
Typically a Roots type rotary lobed blower. These pumps act as high capacity “boosters” to mechanical backing pumps at specific vacuum ranges. There are also some vapor pumps that are referred to as booster pumps.
a must for lackluster pool vacuum systems
a specialized type of surface pump that is designed
a pump which has a pressurized suction and is designed to raise the existing pressure of the water in the irrigation main.
A surface pump used to increase pressure in a water line, or to pull from a storage tank and pressurize a water system. See Surface Pump.
An intermediary pump for supplying additional lift in pumping water uphill past the capacity of the first pump.
A pump for circulating the heat transfer fluid in a hydronic heating system.
A water pump added to a spa circulation system to add pressure to the jets. Also used for some automatic pool cleaners.
A pump that is installed in the water supply line and is designed to raise the pressure in the irrigation system.
Secondary to the filter pump, a booster pump is used to power an automatic pool cleaner such as Polaris or Letro.
In addition to the filter pump, a booster pump may be necessary to power some automatic pool cleaners.
A pump with less than 500 gallons per minute rating; usually an auxiliary to other pumps on fire apparatus. Used to supply water through booster hose. Fire pump used to boost the pressure of the existing water supply within a fixed fire protection system.