What is a Hydromat Hydrophore?

What is a Hydromat Hydrophore?

First of all, let’s start with what is Hidromat, its definition. Hydromat systems; They are the equipments that turn the pump into a booster without the need for any other processor by being attached to the pump nozzles. Hidromat does not require maintenance and adjustment, therefore it is easy to use. In addition, it is quiet and easy to install, so it is one of the preferred units. Words that come to mind when water is involved; there is usually dampness and odor. Hidromats do not cause moisture in water and do not create unwanted odors. When a hydromat is attached to the pump, we can say that it is now called a hydrophore. Hidromat is also referred to as fluid control.

Membrane booster working principle

Hydrophores are the name given to the pumps that are automatically activated when the mains water is insufficient. It pressurizes the water in the water tank with air and pumps it to the far point, in short, this is the working principle. The selection of the booster pump should be completely tailored to the needs; It should be able to give the pressure to the water to go to the desired place. The booster is not only a system consisting of a water tank and a pump, but also has auxiliary elements mounted on the tank. We can count these auxiliary elements as follows; manometer, check valve, ball valve (chipper), pressure switch, safety switch, solenoid valve, level electrode.
• Siber or ball valve, in other words, is used to cut off the water flow.
• Check valve; In the event of a decrease in pressure, it prevents the water flow from going in the opposite direction.
• Manometer; pressure is the name given to the reader.
• Security key; throws out excess pressure in the system, ensures system safety
• Solenoid valve; It is attached to the air zone and serves to provide air suction of the tank according to the water level.
• Pressure switch; regulates the operation of the pump according to the pressure of the booster tank


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