Flow and Pressure
There is a Davey Home Pressure System to suit virtually every home and budget.
Choosing the most appropriate model for your application depends on a number of factors:
How much water will be required?
This is flow. This is often considered in terms of the number of bathrooms that are likely to be used at the same time.
How much pressure will be needed?
Pumping through long runs of piping or elevated places like in multi-storey buildings requires more pressure than flat sites or compact plumbing systems.
The following chart is a quick guide to selecting a Davey Home Pressure System to suit your flow requirements.
Reference to the detailed product information on the following tables will enable you to select the type of booster system that best matches your particular situation. If installing to a municipal supply, do not exceed a total system pressure of 100 PSI. The total system pressure will be the municipal supply + max pump output pressure.
|DAVEY HOME PRESSURE SYSTEMS|
|Municipal Water Supply 20-50 psi max||BT14-30||BT14-30||BT14-30||BT20-30||BT20-30|
|Shallow well (20`max) or Holding tank 1-3 story houses||BT14-45||BT14-45||BT20-40||BT20-40||BT20-40|
| Mid-sized homes
| Large homes
|Large homes (3-5) bathrooms and sprinkler system|