Water Pressure Booster Pumps

Comparison table – Water Pressure Booster Pumps

Easy Install
Pressure Regulators
17 x 9.5 x 14.5 in
120V or 240V
50 psi Maximum
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9.1 x 6.7 x 5.1 in
120 watts
110 volts
21.7 PSI
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8.8 x 9.1 x 7.5 in
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18.1 x 10 x 17.3 in
115 volts
40 psi
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15.35 x 11.02 x 9.45 inches
1 HP
60 PSI
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17 x 13.9 x 11.6 in
45 psi to 80 psi
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16 x 9.5 x 18 in
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8 x 5.1 x 4.8 in
16 AWG
45 PSI
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20 x 8 x 16 in
50 psi
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12 x 4 x 4 in
80 psi
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  1. Hi! Thanks for the review. I see none of the pump models has a filter. Does it mean I don’t need it for proper pump operation? I’ve got pretty clean water in my water supply. Or is it better to spend some more money and install a filtering unit?

    • Hello, Jeff! Thank you for your question! Even if you have crystal clear water in your supply, a filter will prolong the service life of your pump. That’s why though manufacturers don’t provide us with built-in filters, we’d recommend you purchasing and installing your own unit.

  2. Hello! Is 80 psi the highest pressure board booster pumps can reach? Won’t it be too high for domestic use?

    • Hello, Charly! Thank you very much for your question! Yes, 80 psi is considered to be the top pressure level in booster pumps. Experts recommend choosing pumps with a 30-70 psi rate for domestic application (in apartments). If you have really poor pressure in your water supply, the most powerful models will suit you. However, please make sure to calculate the pump performance and your supply pressure properly to avoid overloading and breakages.

  3. Can I get Pentair SuperFlo series pumps for domestic water pressure improvement?

    • Hello, Mila! Thank you very much for your question! Pentair pumps by the SuperFlo series are designed for swimming pools. The manufacturer doesn’t recommend using for other purposes.

  4. Are there any worthy analogs of Pentair SuperFlo but for above ground pools? Thank you!

    • Hello, Tom! Thank you very much for your question! Pentair produces very powerful pumps; that’s why they suit large inground pools mostly. But if you’d like to try Pentair pumps only for your above ground pool, we can recommend you Pentair WhisperFlo 011512 model.

  5. Hi! How long will a top-level water pressure booster pump last? I wonder cause the prices are pretty high. Thanks.

    • Hello, Ashton! Thank you very much for your question! On average, a good water pressure booster pumps lasts for 5-8 years.

  6. What does PSI means and how it helps to choose the pump?

    • Hi, Aar! Thank you very much for your question! PSI stands for Pound per Square Inch. It’s a unit of measurement of pressure, especially for pumps.

  7. I’ve been using Fluentpower portable pump for 14 months now and like it. The model does its job very well as a multi-functional pump for garden purposes. The only thing I disagree with is its pressure. At first I tried to apply it as a farm irrigation unit (for strawberry plant 2 ha) but it was a bit difficult for my pump and I didn’t risk overheating etc. So as a garden helper it satisfies me much better.

    • Hi, Nina! Thank you very much for sharing your experience with us! You really help our followers make the right decision for their conditions.

  8. How much HP I need for a 2 story house? Did anyone try any of these models? Would appreciate your sharing)

    • Hi, Nico T! Thank you very much for your question! The level of optimal HP depends on your needs and consumption of water on each floor. 1 HP should be sufficient, however we’d recommend making detailed calculations beforehead.

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