how does it work


Question by  brianna (24)

How does a pressure sensitive water pump work?


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

A "pressure sensitive water pump" usually has either a pressure sensor or switch on the output side of the water pump. Low-pressure turns the pump on, High-pressure turns the pump off. A proportional-sensor/variable-pump can run inversely-proportional to the output-pressure.


Answer by  shastie (1601)

Its pretty simple, it works with the water pressure. If the pressure is low then the pump will turn it up, if the pressure is high than the pump will turn it down.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well it works by circulating the water pressures. The pressure is regulated according to an in and out motion for the pump.


Answer by  Pricilla (35)

Pressure sensitive water pumps are one of the newest versions of pump. The goal of the pump is essentially to move water through your lines. Pressure sensitive pumps are activated by water levels. When water pressure begins to lower, the pump kicks on. When the pressure starts to rise again, the pump goes off.


Answer by  mrsmyers (474)

It works by judging the amount of pressure going through it. When the pressure dies down the pump turns up and when the desired pressure is reached the pump turns off.


Answer by  SimonLC (234)

The pump has a sensor that is sensitive to pressure. When the pressure goes down the pump is turned on, when the pressure come to the desired pressure the pump is turned off.

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