As Micky and Guy demonstrate while completing work on a borehole pump.

The Technical bit…

A borehole pump is one that is placed in a water source, such as a groundwater well, from where it is able to pump water under pressure through the delivery outlet.

Whilst a self-priming pump might manage to draw water from 7 or 8 metres depth, a borehole pump is capable of pumping from depths of many hundreds of metres.

Owing to the high pressure a borehole pump is able to generate, these pumps are suitable for spraying, irrigation or for mains supply of houses, farms and whole communities.

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