We are able to supply a pump suitable to your requirements from the full range of Reefe Pumps (we can also supply pump cover to match the tank you have purchased from us).

The full range covers:

  • Home Systems
  • Commercial Systems
  • Submersible Bore Hole
  • Submersible Sump Pumps
  • Water Harvesting Systems
  • Mains Water Divert
  • Centrifugal Pumps
  • Engine Drive - Fire Fighting
  • Pressure Tanks
  • Pump Controllers
  • Pump Accessories

We discuss with you your requirements and assist in ensuring you purchase the right pump to service your home!

With an increasing popularity to pump water rather than use gravitational flow, we can supply a range of pumps that are able to meet your needs both to provide basic flow and to support a fully automated garden irrigation system.

Rainwater pumps should be selected with three things in mind:

  1. Application
  2. Reliability
  3. Noise

Call today for a great price and expert advice. We can supply a pump only or combine pumps with tanks for great package deals.

You will therefore need to know the pressures and flows that you'll require. For example; a shower and lawn sprinkler requires 15 litres per minute (lpm) at 140kPa. However, if you are running an irrigation system you might need 60lpm at 400kPa. Work backwards from the number of appliances that you want to run at the same time - add them together and this will give you your required flow rate. The relevant pressure required is determined by the pipe size used and the length of the pipe. If you stick to 25mm or larger and you won't run into problems around the home and as a general rule multistage pumps deliver the highest pressure. A professional will be able to offer sound advice once you have a clear idea of your application.

Reliability can be determined by several factors - suitability to the application, materials of construction, quality of the installation, water quality and pump and controller quality. Noise on domestic pumps is governed by EPA guidelines that set-out time blocks and maximum noise levels at the closest point to your neighbour's house. The amount of noise generated by a pump is of course dependent on it's type.