Agriculture and Irrigation Pumps
Irrigation starts with sourcing water for the crop from groundwater or surface water from a channel or storage pond. Pumps used at the water intake need to meet changing conditions above and below ground, which have an effect on the pressure and flow required from day to day and from season to season.
A pumping system must be able to deliver the right amount of pressure and flow at the nozzle. Traditionally, water has been distributed from the water source at low or constant pressure from pumps operating at single speed, where the simple solution is to oversize the pump. However, this is wasteful – of energy, water, and of the farmer’s investment.
Duff can supply variable speed pumps that are able to adjust the head and flow to compensate for changes in water levels, reducing energy bills. If filtration is required at the water intake, intelligent pump controls ensure that reduced pressure at the nozzle does not happen over time.
Dedicated to Modern Agricultural Irrigation
Duff offers a complete line of pumps for irrigation that reduce energy costs, safeguard the precious resource of water, and keep optimal productivity. Our pumping expertise the technology embedded within many of our pumps ensure uniform coverage despite changeable conditions. Duff offers the industry’s broadest line of irrigation pumping systems. Our pumping systems are efficient, tested for reliability and designed to work seamlessly with modern farming operations.
No matter how big or small the application, Duff can supply the necessary pressure and flow for modern agricultural irrigation. Variable speed pumps and easily integrated controllers automatically react to changing conditions and demands to keep running costs down. Each component in the system is pre-engineered to work seamlessly with the next.
If economy and durability are the criteria, the DWC brand conventional submersible well pump may be the right choice. Made in entirely in the USA, this pump offers superior performance and exceptional resistance to abrasives, due to its unique floating stack system. The entire pump is designed to withstand harsh abrasives in the water. If you need a pump that holds up to abrasive conditions, choose the DWC well pump.