Installing resource efficient irrigation systems since 2011

Disa Irrigation & Landscaping

Installing bespoke landscapes & resource efficient irrigation systems since 2011

Typical Tank and Booster Pump Installation

  1. Shut off valve: Shuts off water from the tank for maintenance purposes.
  2. Compression Connections: Capable of taking high pressure, leak free, corrosion resistant, easy to remove from pump for maintenance purposes.
  3. Idromat: Electronic device, that automatically starts and stops the pump when it detects flow and pressure changes. See [Product Information] page for more information
  4. & 10. Cone Unions: Cone unions make disassembly efficient for maintenance purposes.
  5. Flexible hose: Connects the installation to the pressure vessel (7) 
  6. Master Valve: This shuts off water to the irrigation system
  7. Pressure Vessel: This helps to maintain pressure in the system, and reduces the number of stop start cycles of the pump.
  8. Filter: Filters out any particulates suspended in the water especially important for water from natural water sources.
  9. Flush Valve: This valve flushes accumulated dirt out of the filter, it can also be used as a hose connector
  10. Cone Unions:
  11. Control connection to tank: This is for float switches or liquid level controllers, these devices control the filling of the tank.
  12. Inlet Connection: Inlet to fill the tank.
  13. Overflow: if the level controls fail, this will prevent the area surrounding the tank from flooding
  14. Electrical Box: Contains circuit breakers to isolate each circuit, a liquid level controller, which controls the filling of the tank.
  15. Irrigation Computer: Controls the irrigation cycles.
  16. Starter Box: Controls the start up cycle of a borehole pump. (not applicable for wellpoint pumps)
  17. Pump Protection Relay:  See [Product Information] page for more information