The Grundfos SQFlex solar powered submersible pump range offers an alternative solution for powering submersible water pumps using sun energy. SCL Water can supply your solar solution in the UK and abroad. We are approved by Grundfos to supply. We offer an installation service to UK customers. Call 01769 575990 now to speak to an expert in solar powered water pump systems or visit our online shop for more details.
The Grundfos SQFlex system is a reliable water supply system powered by renewable energy sources such as solar energy. It is ideally suited for use in remote locations where other sources of electrical power are absent or unreliable. SQFlex is more than just a pump – it’s a complete system. Tell us where you are located, your water table depth and estimated water needs, and we can tailor the system so it matches your application and local conditions perfectly. The Grundfos SQFlex is delivered as a plug-and-go solution complete with SQF submersible pump, controller, energy source, and support structure. What’s more it’s exceptionally easy to install, operate and maintain.
Solar pumps available from Grundfos are driven directly from the energy obtained from solar panels. They operate on either 30-300 V DC (Direct Current) or 90-240 V AC (Alternating current) and require no invertor. This is possible due to the variable speed capacity of the pumps. Their unique design enables them to have a back up power supply from a generator, battery bank, utility grid or a combination of these sources
The SQF submersible pump is very flexible with regard to its energy supply and performance and has been designed for intermittent or continuous operation. The system can be combined and adapted to any need according to the conditions on site.
The SQFlex solar powered pumps are particularly popular in southern Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Because the system produces its own electricity via the sun they are beneficial to remote villages or buildings not connected to a main power supply or where the power supply is unreliable. No additional fuels are needed to power the submersible pump, therefore, after initial installation the cost of running the system and producing the power is relative low.
- Case Study: Solar Water Pumps for Orphanages in Uganda (click here)
- Case study: Solar Water pumping system for a community in Malawi (click here)
- Case study : Solar powered pumping system in Somaliland (click here)
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