Blog Directory business blogs
business blogs BDS Blairs water solutions

Total Pageviews

Dealing with top-quality Booster and High Pressure Pumps

The pressure booster pump is best suited for water supply .

BDS Blairs offers the best pre-sales service to make sure finest product selection

Provide comprehensive Water pump solution with higher quality with energy efficiency.

BDS Blairs, Damon, Shyms

One of the world leaders in providing high-pressure technology and manufacture.

Distributer of various Kinds of Pump, Tanks and accessories

Contact us today for Water pumps, Tanks, water Sewage Pumps, Pressure Pumps

Find best quality products with us

Dewatering Pump, Drainage pump Sewage cutter pump, Sewage pump, Sump Pump, Water Pump, Pressure Vessels.

Friday, 18 December 2015

Working function of Sewage or Sump Pump | Drainage Pump Supplier and Dealer

Sewage or sump pump systems work using the gravity to move solids and liquids down a line. These pumps are located in the basements of homes and buildings. Their primary function is to act as an indoor septic system. Generally, pumps are installed in particularly constructed sump pits. Water flows into the sump pit through drains or by natural water migration through the soil. This pump will mainly handle liquids; there will be times when solids will also need disposed of though a system. Commercial pumps may be capable to handle large size particle.

This type of pump has to move solids and liquids between locations. A typical one will sit in a sewage basin, which must naturally be in the lowest area of the location needing drained. The pump is able of being submerged and will likely have to deal with some fluids at almost all times. Pumps are frequently powered through plugging them into an electrical socket that is close by and in some cases there may even be a battery backup if the electricity should ever go out. This pump needs routine maintenance and testing. The submersible pump is a preserved waterproof pump that is let down into the sump pit, the hole that is used to collect the water. Both sewage and sump pumps are powered by cords leading to electrical outlets. The sewage pump is needed to pump the refuse from the toilet out to the city or septic system.

A submersible sewage pump is located at the bottom of basin or receptacle, such as a septic tank. The intake for that pump is located as close to the floor of the basin as possible, often being found on the bottom or near the bottom of the device. The goal is to empty as much of the solids and liquids as possible out of the basin. Because some room must be left between the floor and the pump, however, it is unlikely that total draining will ever take place without manual intervention.

BLAIRS Sewage submersible pump is extensively used in dirty water, designed mainly for industrial and civil fields, sewers, galleries, excavation sites, wells, channels, underground car parks and architectural operations. They are also recommended for draining dirty water in domestic and civil sectors. There is usually a check valve on the release pipe that prevents all the water in the discharge pipe from going back into the sump hole when the pump is done pumping. If you are going to replace the sump pump it is a good idea to replace the check valve. It’s usually near the sump crock lid and is attached with stainless steel clamps and rubber connections.” It is also important for your home inspector to test any overflow alarms and check the charge on any battery backups that may be present.

BDS Engineering offers variety of Sewage, sump pumps with the brand name BLAIRS, Damon and Grundfos. Provide complete water treatment solutions based in New Delhi India.

Our offered sewage Pumps Includes:

Saturday, 12 December 2015

Working function of Centrifugal pump

Centrifugal pumps are classified as rotary dynamic or “kinetic” type of pumps in which a dynamic pressure is developed which enables the lifting of liquids from a low datum height source to a higher position. It consists of a shaft-driven impeller inside of a casing and a motor. The impeller rotates inside the casing. The basic principle on which a centrifugal pump works is that when a certain mass of liquid is made to rotate by an external force, it is thrown away from the central axis of rotation and a centrifugal head is impressed which enables it to rise to a higher level. A centrifugal pump is able to provide much higher flow rates than a standard positive displacement pump.

The main components of Centrifugal pump.

Impeller is a wheel or rotor which is attached through a series of backward curved blades. It is mounted on a shaft which is coupled to an external source of energy which imparts the required energy to the impeller thereby making it to rotate.

Casing is an airtight chamber which surrounds the impeller. It is similar to the casing of a reaction turbine.

Suction Pipe is a pipe which is connected at its upper end to the inlet of the pump or to the center of the impeller which is commonly known as eye. The lower end of the suction pipe dips into liquid in a suction tank or a sump from which the liquid is to be pumped or lifted up.

Delivery Pipe is a pipe which is connected at its lower end to the outlet of .the pump and it delivers the liquid to the required height. Just near the outlet of the pump on the delivery pipe a delivery valve is invariably provided.

A 'foot valve' is a non-return or one-way type of valve which opens only in the upward direction. As such the liquid will pass through the foot valve only upwards and it will not allow the liquid to move downwards back to the sump.

Applications for a Centrifugal Pump

Centrifugal pumps are used for an extensive variety of applications. They are used in medical appliances, welding machinery, transformer cooling, fuel supply, drinking water supply and waste water supply.

BDS Engineering offers a variety of water treatment solutions like Pressure booster Pump, centrifugal pump, Multistage pump, high pressure pump, Pressure Tank and other related accessories.

Thursday, 10 December 2015

Does Your Water Pump Need Servicing?

If you have a water pump, sewage pump, centrifugal that needs repair, we can take care of it for you at BDS Engineering New Delhi India. We can repair all pumps, from the smallest submersible pumps to the largest industrial or waste water pumps. So, how do you know if your pump does need to be repaired or serviced?

At BDS Engineering, we know a lot about pumps. However, to most people, pumps are just equipment used in pumping water. Most pumps have an impeller or similar mechanism that moves the fluids, which is attached to a motor that supplies the power. Sometimes this impeller become damage and it will not work properly at that time pumps did not gives proper outcome.

Sometimes pump becomes noisy and create noise pollution,” it means there is a serious problem. If you allow a pump to get to a point where it stops working, repairs will almost certainly be more expensive than if you had addressed them earlier. This can also cause a lot more downtime than routine protection and servicing would have. A silent pump that doesn’t work may be a break in the power supply. A pump that buzzes when it is turned on can be an indication of a break somewhere within the motor.

Even the smallest departure from normal service can become a big problem if it isn’t fixed. For example, if your pump keeps tripping the circuit breaker, it is a sign that it has already broken down to a point of being inefficient and drawing too much power. If your pump has any leakage, it should be addressed immediately.

At BDS Engineering water pump solution, we offer full service solutions for any pumps, from the smallest residential pump to the largest waste-water. We can repair and maintain pumps and facility; we can provide onsite repair and maintenance.

To know more about pumps contact with

Thursday, 26 November 2015

Multistage Centrifugal Pressure system and its Function

Multistage Centrifugal pumps are the most preferred Hydraulic pressure system used in domestic and industrial areas. Many Hydraulic pressure systems employ centrifugal pumps to move fluid through a piping system. These pumps all rely on centrifugal force as the fundamental principle by which they operate. A few fundamental characteristics of the centrifugal pump are listed here in order to make the functioning more clearly: The centrifugal pump is a dynamic pump and works by creating kinetic energy. Its main part is the impeller, which is really the driving force behind the creation of kinetic energy. The impellers may use either a single shaft to mount impellers over, or it may have different shafts as well.  These are capable of discharging large amount of fluid being pumped. The impeller of the centrifugal pump is available in both straight vanes and curved vanes to suit the pumping requirement as the case may be. The impeller is fitted inside a casing. As a result the water moves out will be collected inside it, and will move in the same direction of rotation of the impeller, to the discharge nozzle. The centrifugal pump is not a self-primed machine. It needs to be filled with liquid first and then set to operate. The pump drive is located outside the tank and can be electric, hydraulic or any appropriate means suitable for the location.

There is another type of centrifugal pump available, which has two or more impellers assembled with it. This type of the centrifugal pump is known as the multistage centrifugal pump. The design structure although may differ. Most centrifugal pumps rely on rotating impellers or vanes to provide rotary motion, though the design and implementation of these systems can vary according to capacity and project requirements. At the heart of the system lies impeller. It has a series of curved vanes fitted inside the shroud plates. The impeller is always immersed in the water. When the impeller is made to rotate, it makes the fluid surrounding it also rotate. Pumps of this kind create an advanced pressure discharging a larger quality of liquid. Pumps with high heads have connected series of impellers

Types of Impeller

The impeller type we have used for the discussion so far is called as an enclosed type. Here vanes are closed from both the ends with shroud plates. Other types of impeller which are used in industry are Semi open and open impellers. Pumps where higher centrifugal pressure head is to be created, the impellers have to be mounted on same shaft resulting in larger discharge of liquid.

Friday, 20 November 2015

How Water booster Pumps work | Dealer Of Booster Pumps

Booster pumps are water pumping system used to increase the pressure of existing water flow systems. Booster pumps work in conjunction with other pumps, meaning by themselves they cannot transport any fluid in a system. They are designed only to "boost" the performance of an existing pumping system.  They are designed to help pumping systems achieve higher flow rates and overcome high system head. Booster pumps are either operated manually or by an on-demand system. In the manual system you simply turn on the switch when you want increased water pressure. Typically, booster pumps are used in water systems or applications that have low waste contamination. Booster pumps are also used outdoors to irrigate a garden. Often the water doesn’t flow far enough or fast enough to easily water a garden or lawn. Booster pumps are either operated manually or by an on-demand system. In the manual system you simply turn on the switch when you want increased water pressure. An on-demand system monitors the water system and turns on when there is an increased need for more water.

Booster pumps are considered centrifugal pumps, relying on one or more impellers to draw and move fluid. When water pumped from water source to water distribution system it will also go into pressure tank as tank compressed by the water entering. Pressure in the vessel also boost resulting distribution pressure too increases and supplies water with equal force threw all tabs and outsources. Pressure tank and booster pump work simultaneously for result and is the finest & well-liked method to distribute water. When pressure of distribution system reaches up to maximum level, it will trip pump automatically till there is pressure in distribution line can supply water for few minutes with no any power.

A water pressure booster pump works with a Pressure tank. It has a fixed bladder and is pressurized. The pump pulls water into the tank on the side of the bladder. A supply tank is essential for the installation for it to work successfully. All Booster Pumps must get there supply from water from a Storage Tank.

Booster Pump has a variety of commercial, municipal, and Industrial applications and is used in a range of industries, and food processing. A water pressure booster pump can boost the water pressure coming out of the faucets and appliances in your home. BDS Engineering prides itself become market leader in water pumping industry from last decade. We offer the latest technology and equipment allowing us to give our customers the best service possible on-site.  We offer Peripheral Booster Pump, Jet booster ump, multistage pump, High Pressure Pump, Hydropneumatic pressure system, centrifugal Pump and other water treatment accessories.

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Bladder or Fixed Diaphragm Pressure Tanks, how they work and how to install

The Shyms pressure tank is probably the key equipment of pressure pump that we sell at all over India. BDS Engineering a leading company offers variety of Pressure Tank, RO Tank, Pressurized expansion Tank.  There are many different ideas out there on what they do and how they work thus I would like to explain the basics of how a pressure tank operates and what its function is, I will also give you some basic tips for maintenance.

What Is A Pressure Tank?

A pressure tank or pressure vessel is a mild steel container that can vary in size from 3 liters up to 3000 Liter. Inside the tank there is a fixed diaphragm that divides the tank into 2 halves, the wet half and dry half. Another type of tank Bladder type, there is rubber bladder inside tank which is changeable.

Mild steel Pressure Tank

Pressure tanks are usually made out of steel or fiber glass. The modern mild steel models are cheap and best with low maintenance and fixed diaphragm is set into them. The quality brands that we offer is Shyms and Varem they can offer water with high pressure. A bladder is a balloon inside a tank that fills with water when there is pressure that is greater than that already in the bladder. The best part of these is that the bladder is generally replaceable if it bursts and the tank itself lasts for years as it can’t rust. Placing a bladder inside a pump can help diminish damage and can cure systems with frequent low pressure alarms due to changeable line pressure. Pressure tanks simply use air pressure acting on a rubber diaphragm to force the water out of the tank.

The half dry part of tank has a valve attached to it and compressed air is pumped into it until the pressure is at a certain level, which we will talk about later. The wet half has a metal threaded outlet attached to it and this is linked to the pipe work for a pressure pump. This procedure is controlled through the pressure switch and keeps your pump from turning on and off every time there is a demand for water.

Pressure Tank installation

You can install a pressure tank anywhere on the delivery otherwise pressurized side of a system. All pressure pump systems need a check valve installed in the pipe work. A pressure tank can be installed anywhere after this check valve.  These can be installed on the suction side otherwise just after the pump on the outlet. The check valve stops water flowing backwards and the pressure dropping when the pumps turn off. This allows a pressure pump to build up pressure and let the automatic switch turn it off.

Most pressure tanks come already pre set, when you have installed the tank, you can then adjust the air pressure using a gauge and a compressor. We offer an effective and good quality pressure tank that will help protect your pump and provide you with a good constant pressure and flow of water for whatever application you need.

For more info contact us or #9311162211

Dealer and Supplier of Booster Pump : Improve Water Pressure


Choose a high quality booster pump from BDS Engineering for extreme pumping needs in commercial or industrial markets. We offer well-organized pumps that will give low pressure at high heads that are built to last and designed for nonstop operation devoid of damage to the motor or other parts of the system. We can help you choose a best pump, or sewage pump with water treatment accessories at best packaged for your unique needs.

Single-stage booster pumps are used in private residences or other buildings that are far from the municipal water supply, or where water pressure at the building is not enough. Multi-stage booster pump are often used to boost water supply in hilly areas, for both commercial, and residential uses. They’re also essential in tall buildings. 

Our booster pump lines include


Booster pump is a type of centrifugal pump used to boost the pressure of water that is flowing from one place to another in a water pipeline. These pumps are often used in pipelines to add pressure to move the liquid along to the next pump or to its final destination at the end of the pipeline. They are employed in many varied applications and may be used in combination by vertical high pressure pumps or submersible pumps to further boost the pressure. We offer Peripheral booster Pump and Jet Booster Pump with the brand name Blairs and Damon which is very high quality.

BOOSTER PUMPS working function?

The majority of centrifugal pumps, relying upon one otherwise more impellers to draw the pumped fluid into the intake of the pump and to boost its pressure as the water pass through the impeller and the volute or diffuser casing. Booster Pump has AUTO SPIN which is coupled with an ELECTRONIC FLOW SWITCH it makes the electric pump start when detecting a minimum fluid dropping movement into the pipe. AUTO SPIN Pumps shutdown suitably internally when the flow has been interrupted from 10 to 180 seconds. It protects against the dry running, standard interval 60 min/4 attempts. There are also multi-stage configurations involving more than one impeller, which are used to deliver higher heads such as would be required to move water up to substantially higher elevations or through much longer pipelines.


Moving water with high pressure
Pumping with high Pressure water up through a high-rise building
Commercial and industrial purpose