This is a single-phase self-priming booster pump with the following features:
Power supply: The pump is suitable for 220V voltage, 50Hz power supply, suitable for use in domestic or commercial environments.
Power: The power of the pump is 2 horsepower or 1.5 kilowatts, which can provide a certain flow and water pressure, and is suitable for pressurization, circulation, transportation, and water lifting.
Self-priming: The pump has a self-priming function, which can extract water sources and deliver water to the desired location, which is convenient and fast, and does not require external guidance or assistance.
Structure: The pump is compact in structure, small in size, easy to install and use, and has good corrosion resistance and durability, suitable for use in harsh environments.
All in all, this single-phase self-priming booster pump is a powerful, easy-to-operate, ideal choice for domestic and commercial water systems that can provide stable water pressure and flow to meet your daily water needs.
To calculate the 24-hour power consumption of a single-phase self-priming booster pump, you need to know its rated power and running time. According to the information you provided, the rated power of the pump is 2 horsepower or 1.5 kilowatts, and the power supply is 220V, 50Hz. The following calculations are based on this.
First, convert 1.5 kilowatts to watts, or 1.5 kilowatts = 1500 watts.
Second, calculate how long the pump has been running in a 24-hour period. If the pump runs continuously for 24 hours, then its running time is 24 hours; if the pump is not running continuously, you need to know the actual running time of the pump to calculate its 24-hour power consumption.
Finally, the 24-hour power consumption of the pump can be calculated by the following formula:
Energy (kWh) = Power (kW) x Time (hours)
Converting power and time to watts and hours gives:
Energy (Wh) = 1500 W x 24 hours = 36000 Wh
Therefore, the 24-hour power consumption of the single-phase self-priming booster pump is about 36,000 watt-hours. Please note that this is only a rough estimate and actual power consumption may vary slightly due to factors such as pump workload, grid voltage, etc.
If you have a certain mechanical and electrical foundation, and follow the correct installation steps, it is possible to install a single-phase self-priming booster pump at home. However, since the use of the pump involves issues such as electrical safety, if you do not have relevant experience and skills, it is recommended to find a professional installer to install and debug to ensure safe and normal use.
The following are some basic steps for installing a single-phase self-priming water booster pump for reference only:
Determine the installation location: The pump should be placed in a flat, dry, and ventilated place for easy maintenance and inspection.
Grounding: It should be ensured that the grounding of the pump and power supply is reliable to ensure safe use.
Install pipes: The water inlet should be connected to the water source, and the water outlet should be connected to the water pipe or water tank. Pay attention to the installation and connection quality of the pipes to ensure stable water flow and water pressure.
Wiring: Correct electrical wiring should be performed according to the electrical wiring diagram of the pump, and check whether the electrical connection is reliable.
Testing and commissioning: After the installation is complete, testing and commissioning should be carried out to ensure that the pump is operating properly and to adjust the pump's operating parameters to meet the needs.
In short, if you do not have enough experience and skills, it is recommended to find a professional installer to install the single-phase self-priming booster pump to ensure safe and normal use.