Hydro Pneumatic Pressure Booster System consists of an automatic pressure controlled pump and pressure tank, which contain an air filled polyether-urethane (PEU) bladder. The water gets pumped in this tank that compresses it and pressurizes the bladder, which in turn maintains the desired pressure within the whole water piping and fixtures.
The method of reducing stating current and inverter loading is to vary motor speed. Centrifugal pumps follow a set of physical laws known as laws of affinity. One of them states that states that the power required to run a pump varies as a cube of any change in speed. If one reduces the normal running speed of 1 HP Pump by 50% only 1/8 HP is required to run it at the lower speed. Even a reductions result is substantial power reduction.
An AC electric motor’s speed is varied by changing the frequency of the power supply. AC power in the US is supplied at 60 Hz. With a device known as a variable frequency drive, the supply frequency can be varied 0 to 60 Hz. By starting the motor at lower frequency and ramping up to full speed over a period of a second or so, starting current is greatly reduced. Another advantage of this controlled pump is that their speeds can be controlled automatically to provide constant pressure during varying flow conditions. A simple pressure transducer, connected to the VFD, monitor pump discharge pressure & varies motor speed, thus maintaining pressure as demand varies in addition to providing nearly constant reducing the pump when demand decrease.
- Industrial Water Distribution Systems
- Hospitals, Hotels Restaurants and individual Bungalows
- Multistoried Buildings
- Commercial complexes
- High rise Building & Residential societies irrigation/Foundation systems
- Boiler feed/DG Set/Feed/Cooling Tower/HVAC systems and all machinery where water pressure is required
- Fire Fighting Systems
- Big Townships
- Municipal Water Supply Systems for large scale application
- Car Washing/Automobile/Machinery for cleaning Applications
- Consistent water pressure at all distribution points
- Power saving by reducing pump running time during reduced water consumption
- No need of bulky overhead tanks and pump station to refill those overhead tanks
- Consistent water flow at all points without the headache of pump/stop operation
- The modern fittings require an optimum pressure to function efficiently. Since this pressure is normally not available with an overhead tank, The booster system makes the presence of such fittings more meaningful
- Complete and efficient management of water pressure