Tanks Motors & Switches
Submersible Pumps "Grundfos"
4" Stainless Steel
Submersible Pumps Shakti
Submersible Pumps Betta Flo
4" Submersible Turbine
Bladder Tanks "Zilmet"
Delavan 12 Volt Pumps
Pump in Well with Submersible Pump
"Simple Pump" "NEW"
Pump in Lake
Sulphur Removal System
Well Water Test Kit
The Shallow Well Pitcher Pump is used only in shallow
well applications. The water level in the well is what determines
the difference between "deep" and "shallow"
If your well is 400 feet deep but the static* water level
below ground is less than 25 feet, you have a shallow well.
However if you have a 40 foot well and the static* water level
is 30 foot from ground level, you have a deep well. The Pitcher
Pump will only work on the shallow well.
The laws of physics and gravity are the reason that pumps
are separated into two categories, shallow well and deep
well. You can only pull a vacuum to lift water from a
depth of 32 feet at sea level, measured from the pump to the
top of the water. However this is only true in a perfect world.
Here in the real world, we call the theoretical 32 feet 25
actual feet. These pumps will lift the water 25 feet
with quite a bit of resistance. Pitcher Pumps are great for
shallow wells with a water level of less than 20 feet from
the bottom of the pump (That is where the water is actually
being pulled from). Don't hook a Pitcher Pump to a well that
has a static water level of 20 feet and raise the pump up
to sink level in a cabin, which is 5 feet higher than the
ground level. It won't work!
*Static Water Level = Top of the water column standing in
a well measured from ground level.
For the Locals
If your in the Tampa Bay area, our shop is in Riverview on
Hwy 301 S, in the Riverview Plaza. Stop in and see us. We
are just North of Gibsonton Dr. also known as Boyette Rd.
and Fish Hawk Blvd.
When you deal with us here at Boss Pump you will be dealing
with one of only 4 people. You will be dealing with real people,
not a recording.
If your in the market for Water Filtration, we have been
in the business for many years. The big four that we can remove
are Hardness, Iron, Hydrogen Sulphide (rotten egg odor) and
the three chemicals often found in City/County water; Chlorine,
Ammonia and Fluoride. Give us a call to find out more.