Trikke76 wrote:Anyone any idea what would be a good pump to use for the guesthouse ?
we have a watertank that will be filled from a bore
i just need a small pressure pump to have some pressure for the shower, sink and toilet in the guesthouse
also still need to look for a floater that will activate the pump from the bore once the tanks is empty
so if anyone has a tip ... ?
We are close to nakhon phanom so only globalhouse or local supplier as a close solution ...
Ians wrote:personally I would opt for the first float switch shown on Sometimewoodworker post, normally last a life-time. If you go this way, check - some float switches activate on rise, some on fall and same can handle both. You need a switch that activates on fall (low level) to switch on and de-activates on rise (high level) to switch off. You need to set the on /off levels within the tank after installation.
Ians wrote:As stated, not all float switches have 3 wire connection, this style has only 2 wire + earth - to activate on fall - off on rise,
These switches were brought in from Aust. and not sure if available here - never had the need to investigate - possibly all float switches here are 3 wire.
Trikke76 wrote:maybe a stupid question
but can this floater be connected to the pump directly ?
or can it not handle the current of the pump and do i need to place some contactor to turn the pump on / off ?
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