Ok here it goes.
I live in a small town where water pressure is not so high, so I have a cistern where the water arrives, and from there a centrifugal pump moves it to the water tank on the roof. Now I've had problems with the pump forever, basically you gotta prime it very often and lately they just die every 6 months. Also I have a pressure problem, and every time I'm in a hotel I realise how great it's to have a lot of pressure for the shower.
So I went into a pumps store and they recommended a submersible pump between the cistern and the water tank and a pressure pump after the water tank. They said a pressure pump for two outlets its ok, since I really only care for pressure in the shower, and there are only 2.
So they arrive tomorrow to the store and I'm picking them up, but, I have on idea of how to install the submersible pump and worse, I have a feeling that it would stop working soon enough and replacing it every year will be a pain in the ass. The cistern is a very old cistern, made of concrete, and the access that was once perhaps 80cmx80cm has been reduced to maybe 50cmx50cm and with the floater and all, I don't think I can fit in to install the pump! So it would be a pain in the ass to install and I want to be sure it's my right solution. So any comments on this?
And on the pressure pump, do I need a tank? Or can I just turn it off (it has two switchs, one on the pump and a remote one) when I'm not taking a shower and everything is ok? Does any of you have one and turn it on and off? Are they noisy? Do I need a bigger one ?
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