Clear water submersible pumpsThe high-performance pumps with depth
With clear water submersible pumps from Einhell, you can drain pools and basement rooms in no time
The robust clear water submersible pumps from Einhell are the ideal helpers when it comes to the thorough drainage of pools, rain barrels, wells and – in an emergency – flooded basements. Our clear water submersible pumps can be placed even in hard-to-reach areas and are easy to transport thanks to the carrying handle. Depending on the model, the pump starts and stops automatically at certain water levels thanks to the aqua sensor or float switch and absorbs clear water until almost dry. Whether you want to empty your pool, use the rainwater from your rain barrel or cistern for garden watering or eliminate water damage in your basement or bathroom – with us you will find the right submersible pump because you have the choice between cordless clear water pumps, clear water submersible pumps, rain barrel pumps and submersible pressure pumps.
Einhell clear water submersible pumps guide
Our clear water submersible pumps, rain barrel pumps and submersible pressure pumps offer many practical functions. Here you can find out what these features are and what you should base your decision on when making a purchase.
What to look out for when purchasing a clear water submersible pump
Cordless clear water pump, clear water submersible pump, rain barrel pump or submersible pressure pump – depending on where and what you want to use your pump for, the functions and features differ. We have summarised what you should pay attention to and how the pumps differ for you.
What is the submersible pump used for?
Want to empty your pool and make it winter-proof? Then a cordless clear water pump or a clear water submersible pump will usually be sufficient because they can be immersed up to 4 metres deep – depending on the model even up to 7 metres deep – and create a high flow rate. The delivery pressure is a decisive factor when it comes to how you want to use the water. For example, to supply a water sprinkler with water, you need a higher pressure of about 2 bar. Our rain barrel pumps and submersible pressure pumps are perfectly suited for this. The starting height, i.e. the minimum water level at which the pump can work, and how far your submersible pump should drain are also important factors when making a purchase. The least residual water remains with pumps that are suction-extracting.
There are a number of different operating modes for automatic operation of the submersible pumps. For example, various intake starting heights and a water level for automatic shutdown can be individually adjusted with a practical rotary switch using an aqua sensor. Other models are equipped with an integrated or external float switch, which can also be used to determine variable suction heights for automatic switching on and off. A continuous operation mode may also be useful because it ensures continuous suction with simultaneous monitoring.
Quality and practical features
In order to enjoy your submersible pump for a long time, you should pay attention to a stable pump and motor housing, which is made of impact-resistant plastic for some of our models, and of robust stainless steel for others. A non-return valve prevents the water from flowing back into the hose after the pump is switched off. In order to easily transport and store the pump, for example, an integrated carrying handle or a cable winding are very useful. The submersible pump is tidied up in a space-saving and clean manner with a hanging loop, a fastening hook or a wall fastening.
Important safety features
Especially if submersible pumps run for a long time, certain safety features are absolutely essential to prevent damage to the device. All our pumps have thermal overload protection, which, as the name suggests, prevents damage in the event of the pump overheating. The high-quality and resistant mechanical seals also contribute significantly to the long service life of our submersible pumps. Certain models are also equipped with a dry-running safety device. This protects the pump from damage if the water supply is interrupted.