Sunshine Splash Underground Pump is a solar-powered borehole pump. It is designed to accelerate access to fresh underground and surface water for the development of irrigation-fed farming in remote areas.
The Sunshine Splash Underground Pump can also be used in an urban area to access fresh surface and underground water. Sunshine Splash comes in stainless steel with a brushless motor that is powered by solar panels.
Underground pump 250 lifts water from a borehole of up to 50 meters in depth. It also can deliver up to 5,000 litres in 5 sunshine hours.
The pump can be used for boreholes, water transfer, cattle & livestock watering, and irrigation.
Features of Sunshine Splash Underground pump
- Rigid construction
- Alarm function (can sense the water level)
- Brushless screws
- External controller
- Solar pumps.
Benefits of using Sunshine Splash
- High operational fluency
- Trouble-free functionality
- Hassle-free functionality
- Low maintenance
- High performance
- Require minimal service and maintenance
- Easy installation
- Durable and eco-friendly equipment components.
Here are the steps on how to use a Sunshine Splash:
Choose the right pump size. Sunshine Splash Underground Pumps come in three different sizes: SSU 250, SSU 500, and SSU 750. Choose a pump size that is appropriate for the depth of your borehole and the amount of water you need to pump.
Install the pump in the borehole. The pump should be installed at a depth that is below the static water level in the borehole. The static water level is the depth of the water in the borehole when the pump is not running.
Connect the pump to the solar panels. The solar panels should be installed in a location where they will receive direct sunlight for most of the day. The solar panels should be connected to the pump using a solar charge controller. The solar charge controller will regulate the voltage from the solar panels to protect the pump.
Connect the pump to the water storage tank. The pump should be connected to the water storage tank using a pipe. The pipe should be large enough to handle the flow of water from the pump.
Turn on the pump. Once the pump is installed and connected, you can turn it on by switching the solar charge controller to the “on” position.
Here are some additional tips for using a Sunshine Splash:
- Make sure that the pump is always submerged in water. If the pump runs dry, it will be damaged.
- Clean the pump regularly to remove any sediment that may have built up.
- Check the solar panels regularly to make sure that they are clean and free of debris.
- If you are not using the pump for an extended period of time, disconnect it from the solar panels and store it in a dry place.
If your Sunshine Splash Underground Pump is not working, there are a few things you can check:
- Make sure that the pump is submerged in water.
- Check the solar panels to make sure that they are clean and free of debris.
- Check the solar charge controller to make sure that it is turned on.
- Check the connections between the pump, the solar panels, and the solar charge controller to make sure that they are secure.
If you have checked all of these things and the pump is still not working, you may need to contact a qualified technician for assistance.
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