Who makes Stenner pumps?
US Water Systems, Inc.
Stenner Pump Parts is Owned and Operated by US Water Systems, Inc. located in Indianapolis, Indiana. We have been a distributor for Stenner Pumps for over 15 years, but we are not affiliated with them in any way, except as a distributor.
How does a Stenner Pump work?
The well pump is controlled by the pressure switch. A dedicated outlet for the Stenner pump is installed and wired so it is energized when the well pump is energized. When the water pressure in the pressure tank drops below the cut-in point on the pressure switch, the well pump and metering pump turn on.
Where are Stenner pumps made?
Commitment to Quality Stenner manufactures from raw goods to the final assembly. The majority of the components are designed and manufactured at the corporate headquarters in Jacksonville, Florida, USA.
How does a peristaltic pump work?
A peristaltic pump also referred to as a hose or tube pump works using positive displacement. Fluid is fed through the tubing by rollers that rotate squeezing a flexible tube against the pump housing. As the roller moves over the tubing, it expands and creates a vacuum to allow more fluid to enter.
How long do Stenner pumps last?
With extended use the Stenner chlorine pumps may need a little maintenance. The squeeze tube may need to be replaced. These tubes will usually last around six months if used continually before they need to be replaced. Sometimes the end of these tubes will disintegrate and need replacing.
Can a peristaltic pump pump air?
As a precision peristaltic pump, can a peristaltic pump pump air? The answer is yes. Through the working principle of the peristaltic pump, we can know that the peristaltic tubing pump transfers liquid through rollers squeezing the hose.
How long do peristaltic pumps last?
In addition, lack of reliable tubing had long limited peristaltic pump capacities. But that all changed with the development of today’s high-tech tubing materials that can last up to 10,000 hours or more in operation.
Do peristaltic pumps need to be primed?
Peristaltic pumps do not require pumped fluid to be continually present pumps can run dry, without costly downtime or repairs. The recovery of the hose or tube creates a powerful self-priming action and allows the pumps to move liquids containing entrapped air or that can offgas.
Are peristaltic pumps reversible?
Reversible Peristaltic pumps are reversible and can be used to empty lines or clear blockages No slip The pumps have no internal backflow giving accurate dosing without slip Accurate dosing The pumps are accurate in dosing; they have a repeatability of ±1% and metering capabilities of ±5%.