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DuraMAC Booster Pump Systems

If you are looking for a booster pump that is tough and reliable, the DuraMAC series are some of the most durable, efficient, trouble-free pumps we have ever found. If you need to boost your incoming water supply, these pump systems may be just what you're looking for.

DuraMAC Residential Booster Pump Systems

Designed for virtually all residential boosting applications, this system includes a single-speed, totally enclosed fan-cooled motor driven booster pump with single phase power, as well as a pressure tank, pressure gauge, and check valve. A pressure transducer constantly monitors system pressure and alerts the pump control system to start as water in the system is used and keeps the pump from running dry. Electronic components are completely separated from piping and water ways for added safety and ease of field repair. In Pressure Mode, the pump starts when water pressure drops and stops on low flow. In Flow Mode, the pump starts and stops by sensing flow. In Conservation Mode, the pump only operates at peak demand, such as multiple showers, bathtubs, or irrigation systems running.

Photo of the DuraMAC residential booster pump system
Basin Features:
  • Easy setup & installation
  • Digital control with three modes of operation
  • Durable stainless steel and lead free brass connections
  • Designed to shut off when no flow is detected to extend pump life
  • Includes 2 gallon pressure tank, pressure gauge, check valve, and booster pump
  • View dimensions

Model Pump Boost Power Max Incoming
Pressure
Price & Quantity
17035R020PC1 35 psi 1/2 HP 45 psi $722.11
17052R020PC1 52 psi 3/4 HP 28 psi $786.69
17070R020PC2 70 psi 1 HP 10 psi * $933.16

*Note: this unit is for use with holding tank

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DuraMAC Light Commercial Booster Pump Systems

In Pressure Mode, the pump turns on when the water pressure drops and stops on low flow. In Flow Mode, the pump starts and stops by sensing water flow. In Conservation Mode, the pump only operates at peak demand, such as multiple showers, bathtubs, or irrigation systems running. A fan-cooled motor drives the booster pump with single phase power. It is controlled with one dial, and tells you it is working properly by illuminating a single status light. The settings and readouts are basic and easy to understand. Each component of the system is specifically designed to work together as one harmonious unit. The result is a complete, easy to install and easy to use booster pump package.

Photo of the DuraMAC light commercial booster pump system
Basin Features:
  • Water pressure boosting system for irrigation or light commercial use
  • Easy setup & installation
  • Digital control with three modes of operation
  • Durable stainless steel and lead free brass connections
  • Designed to shut off when no flow is detected to extend pump life
  • Includes 2 gallon pressure tank, pressure gauge, check valve, and booster pump
  • View dimensions
  • All models have a voltage of 230V - 60 Hz

Model Pump Boost Amps Power Max Incoming
Pressure
Price & Quantity
17040C035PC2 40 psi 5.0 1 HP 40 psi $908.02
17062C035PC2 62 psi 6.3 1 HP 18 psi $955.38
17078C035PC2 70 psi 6.8 1-1/2 HP 2 psi * $995.67

*Note: this unit is for use with holding tank

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How do I know what my pressure will be once I install a booster pump?"
A. Pump total pressure boost should be added to current household system pressure to determine total system pressure when boosted. Note: It is not recommended to exceed 80 psi total boosted household pressure. Example: Household system pressure before boost = 30 psi. Add the total pump pressure (for this example we'll use model 17035R020PC1, which has a boost of +35 psi) so 30 psi + 35 psi = 65 psi. Your total boost after pressure would be 65 psi.

Q. "What is the purpose of the pressure tank?"
A. It is designed to minimize motor startup due to small flow demand or a minor leak in your water system.



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