Water Pumps
Water pumps can help circulate water in your reservoir, power the feeding cycle on your hydroponics, coco, or soil setup, and be used to move water from one area to another with ease.

  1. This reverse osmosis water filter can process 3.2 gallons per minute. It has 1/2 inch QC fittings and runs on 115v AC. Learn More
  2. An RO system that can handle 6.0 GPM. It has 1/2 inch QC fittings and runs at 120v AC. Learn More
  3. This is a heavy duty commercial booster pump designed for continuous use. It has an adjustable dial that controls pressure. It operates on 110V DC. It includes a pump protector, an inlet filter, and 1/2" QC fittings. It powers the Evolution-RO1000 to 80 psi Hydro-Logic's 1500 GPD RO systems up to 150 psi. It requires at least 20 psi to operate. Learn More
  4. This is a heavy duty commercial booster pump designed for continuous use. It has an adjustable dial that controls pressure. It operates on 220V DC. It includes a pump protector, an inlet filter, and 1/2" QC fittings. It powers the Evolution-RO1000 to 80 psi Hydro-Logic's 1500 GPD RO systems up to 150 psi. It requires at least 20 psi to operate. Learn More
  5. Increase pressure and flow rate with this booster pump. It has 3/8" QC connections. It comes with a transformer and a high pressure switch. It runs on 230V. Learn More

Water Pumps come in a variety of forms depending on the application. We carry a wide selection of water pumps from common submersible and jet pumps to sump and booster pumps.

Submersible Pumps have an air-tight sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The whole assembly is submerged in the fluid to be pumped. The main advantage of this type of pump is that it prevents pump cavitation. Submersible pumps push fluid to the surface as opposed to jet pumps having to pull fluids usually from a well by using the Venturi effect. Submersibles are more efficient than jet pumps.

Sump Pumps are used to remove water that has accumulated in a water-collecting basin or sump, commonly found in the basements of homes. Sump pumps are used where basement flooding happens regularly and to solve dampness where the water table is above the foundation of a home. There are two types of sump pumps—pedestal and submersible. Booster Pumps are a pump that increases the existing pressure of a fluid.