Choose the best pump in your JoJo tank

Installing a JoJo tank to reap rainwater or as back-up storage to municipal water supply is step one in water storage for most homeowners. But once the tank is in place and related, choosing the proper pump can be a problem.
Luckily, JoJo has a wide range of pump solutions to choose from. Before making your decide, ask yourself these questions:
Where is the JoJo installation on your property, and is noise a factor to consider? If your tanks are close to a bedroom window and the pump is connected to a bathroom, you don’t want a noisy pump that may wake you up in the middle of the night time if a member of the family uses the loo! The same applies if your tanks are on the property’s borders – indignant WhatsApps from neighbours shouldn’t be a half of your water storage journey.
JoJo’s Variable Speed Drive pumps present constant water strain and boast noise ranges under 60dB. To put this into perspective: 60dB is the sound a traditional air conditioner makes when it’s operating. With a Centrifugal Pump, it is possible for you to to move larger volumes of water, however these pumps typically have noise levels between 60 and 74dB.
Use this handy guide when deciding on your JoJo pump:
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What is the pump’s main purpose? If the pump might be pushing water to your dishwasher or washing machine, then the smallest pump will do. But if your JoJo tanks are connected to your showers and toilets, and an irrigation system on your garden, a stronger pump is critical – once more, bear in mind to assume about noise levels when you set up a bigger pump. If necessary, choose a special place for your JoJo set up so noise does not become an issue.
This diagram shows which pump will greatest suit your needs. To make the right choice, rely the variety of bathrooms the booster pump must service, and if connected to your irrigation system, count the number of impression sprinklers, pop-ups or misting sprinklers that require a gentle push of water.
Installation of a booster pump is simple, due to a JoJo Pump-to-Tank Connector Kit. Be certain to add one to your basket.
A JoJo Pump Cover is essential to guard your pump from the weather; one size matches all JoJo pumps so bear this in thoughts when planning your installation, particularly if you don’t want the pump cover to be seen.
Submersible pumps are a wonderful option when noise is a factor to consider. These pumps are put in inside the tank, which means the water serves as a ‘silencer’ – JoJo might be launching a new vary throughout the next few months.
Get an electrician to put in an outdoor plug level where the tank might be positioned.
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