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Archives: April 2014

    Grundfos MQ Pump - Over 1 million sold

    The Grundfos MQ pump has always been a popular model, coming from a respected, high-quality brand this specific model is widely considered a particular highlight of their range. Now the popularity of the MQ pump is once again in evidence, as the number of units sold across the world has passed the one million mark! Anchor have... Read more

    Meet our new eCommerce Manager: Tom Corkhill

    Anchor Pumps have strengthened its marketing presence with the appointment of Tom Corkhill as Head of eCommerce. Tom has over 6 years’ experience of working in the digital environment and has previously worked for some of the UK’s top digital agencies before making the transition to an in house role with Anchor Pumps. His background focuses on all aspects of... Read more

    Common shower pump installation mistakes

    An electric pump is a useful accessory for enhancing your showering experience and maintaining a steady pressure and flow of water to the shower head. Shower pumps work most efficiently on stored water rather than direct mains water so a storage tank, while not essential, is preferable. Installing a shower pump is a relatively straightforward job, but to avoid... Read more

    Pumps and the UK farming industry

    Irrigation pumping is essential to the agriculture industry, specifically with spring being a key month for the work to occur, with wheat and barley reaching its peak period in the month of April. At this stage, both crops need a steady and reliable flow of water, which may need to be adjusted to respond to weather changes. April can be... Read more

    Low Water Pressure Explained

    Pressure is the force by which water moves through a pipe and the measurement unit for pressure is the bar. One bar is equivalent to one atmosphere, the standard atmospheric pressure on Earth at sea level. This is also defined as the force needed to lift water to a height of 10 metres through a pipe. Structural factors ... Read more

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