Power Care WA

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Bore pumps

Used for residential, commercial and for irrigation supplies

Your water supply is very important, particularly if you rely on this to supply water to your house, farm irrigation, or livestock. The team at PowerCare have many years of experience in bore pumps, be it repairs, replacement of pumps, or the electrical control to operate the pump automatically.

Bore pumps are a fantastic invention. Extracting water from the depths of the earth and using that water to grow your garden, fill your water tank, or top up the cattle trough, is very important. 

Having a pump you can rely on is essential. Having a power supply to operate that pump is also very important. 

With over 30 years experience, we at Powercare reckon we know a thing or two about pumps.  Whether it is a simple on-off switch, a pressure switch, an automatic tank fill set up, if you need your reticulation system to automatically operate your pump, or if you require your pump to be switched remotely from your phone, we are the people you need to speak with. 

Give us a call.  Advice is free!

Full Range of Bore Pumps

We can help choosing the right bore pump that best suits your pumping needs and budget. Most importantly, these pumps supply continuous water to your home, industries and irrigation. There different types of bore pumps to choose from, including:

  • Submersible pump: This is driven electrically and is the common pump used for domestic supplies. This has a motor and is submerged in the water to be pumped up. The best part of this bore pump is that, it keeps pump captivation, a major pumping problem at a bay.
  • Centrifugal pump: Typically used where ground water level is close to the surface. The pumps are cheap to purchase but are somewhat louder compared to submersible pumps.
  • Solar Pump: As the name implies, these pumps operate off sunlight and are therefore extremely economical and reliable. 

Here are a few key benefits of installing these pumps to your property: 

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