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Flowlight Booster Pump

Flowlight Booster Pump

Booster pumps, or pressurizing pumps, are commonly used to efficiently move water from a cistern, rainwater water collection cistern or other shallow sources of water to a pressure tank and provide city pressure for your home, cabin or anywhere.

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Product Name  Price
  Dankoff 2910 Low Speed Booster Pump, 12V     Dankoff 2910 Low Speed Booster Pump, 12V   Dankoff Solar Pumps Low Speed 16240-LS-12 DAKFL-2910-12 Dankoff 2910 Low Speed Booster Pump, 12V $656.18
  Dankoff 2910 Low Speed Booster Pump, 24V     Dankoff 2910 Low Speed Booster Pump, 24V   Dankoff Solar Pumps Low Speed 16240-LS-24 DAKFL-2910-24 Dankoff 2910 Low Speed Booster Pump, 24V 5.0 1 $656.18
  Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 12V     Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 12V   Dankoff Solar Pumps Booster Pump 16240-12 DAKFL-2920-12 Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 12V 5.0 1 $724.86
  Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 24V     Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 24V   Dankoff Solar Pumps Booster Pump 2920-24 DAKFL-2920-24 Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 24V $724.86
  Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 48V     Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 48V   Dankoff Solar Pumps 2920-48 DAKFL-2920-48 Dankoff 2920 Standard Speed Booster Pump, 48V $724.86
  Dankoff 2920 Ultra-Efficient Booster Pump, 115VAC     Dankoff 2920 Ultra-Efficient Booster Pump, 115VAC   Dankoff Solar Pumps Dankoff Solar 2920-115VAC DAKFL-2920-115 Dankoff 2920 Ultra-Efficient Booster Pump, 115VAC $970.92
More Info on Flowlight Booster Pump

We have two brands of booster pumps, Dankoff Flowlight Booster Pumps and Shurflo Diaphragm Pumps. Both brands have their advantages and disadvantages and have versions for both DC and AC voltages. These booster pumps use as little as a third of the electricity of conventional AC pressurizing pumps. Additionally, they have lower power surges when they start, meaning you're don't need a larger inverter, if you're using one for AC. When used in DC systems they generally are run from a battery bank, instead of direct to solar panels.

Follow the steps in the table below to determine the pump, voltage and accessories that best meet your needs.

Follow These Steps:
Dankoff Flowlight Series of
Booster Pumps
Shurflo Series of
Pumps

Dankoff Solar Flowlight Booster Pump shown with EZ Install kit and filter

Shurflow diaphragm pumps, standard and premium versions shown, can be used for water pressurizing applications.

Step 1
Select Pressure
Up to 60 psi
Up to 40 psi
Step 2
Select Flow Rate
Standard Models: 4.1 - 4.5 GPM
Low Speed Models: 2.7 - 3.4 GPM
Standard Models: 1.9-2.3 GPM
Premiuim Models: 2.0-2.3 GPM
Step 3
Select Voltage
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Standard Models: 12V, 24V, 48V, 115V AC
Low Speed Models: 12V, 24V *
(*48V is possible if you use a 48V to 24V DC-DC Converter with the 24V model)
Standard Models: 12V, 24V, 115VAC,
Premium Models: 12V, 24V *
(*48V is possible if you use a 48V to 24V DC-DC Converter with the 24V model)

Step 4
Add Accessories
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* Required to prevent damage to pump

  • Mesh Screen*
  • Pressure Tank (min. 40 gallons)
Other considerations
  • Pump does not tolerate any solid debris, so a cartridge filter is absolutely required
  • Pump can be damaged if source runs dry, so a dry run swith is required.
  • Pump has moderate tolerance to running dry
  • Has built-in pressure switch, external one not needed
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