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Submersible Money Saver Pumps
4" Turbine "High
Bladder Tanks "Zilmet"
Delavan 12 Volt Pumps
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Franklin Sub Motors
Hand Pump in Well with
Submersible Pump "NEW"
Pump in Lake
Sulphur Removal System
Below you can learn about our various pump stop
valves. In addition to the benefits they provide that we've
listed below, they are a help to the environment for their
water saving properties. Not only that, they are a benefit
to your wallet if you have to pay your own electric bill.
Please read on to find out more about pump stop valves and
feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Pump stop valves were designed mainly to keep
your pump motor from cycling on and off while your using water.
What's really neat about these valves is that they also give
you constant pressure once the pump starts and keeps it constant
while your using water.
For instance, your in the shower, the pump is running, you
have dialed the valve in for 60 psi, your shower is stinging
you with the 60 psi. At that moment, someone flushes a toilet,
the valve opens a little further, lets more water through
while maintaining the same 60 lbs.
These valves have a bypass of either 2.95 gpm
or 2 gpm or less. You can specify which bypass flow rate you
require for special applications. They can also be custom
ordered to fit any application. Get with us by phone or email
with your specs.
To start off, there is the PSP valve. It is
a small plastic device that goes in line between the pump
and the pressure tank/pressure switch as do all the other
valves. This valve is preset at either 40,50 or 60 psi.
If you like to tweak your own pressure, there
is the PS brass model. This valve is adjustable and comes
in 3/4", 1" and 1-1/4".
Next is the PS-ADJ which comes in 1", 1-1/4" and
2". They are all adjustable without using a wrench. The
adjustment is built into the valve. You turn the cap to adjust
the pressure. The valves are brass. The other great thing
about this valve is that you never have to remove the valve
from the plumbing to make repairs. If something went wrong
with the internal workings, you simply remove the large nut
by unscrewing it and replace with a new one. It also has a
screen built in. If the screen were to plug during installation
with PVC glue or cuttings, you can easily remove the internal
workings, remove and clean the screen and screw it back together.
For the commercial aplications there are the cast iron models
that go from 1-1/4" to 4" for much higher flow rates.
To see flo-charts for these valves click here
for a PDF file.
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.