Commodore have over one hundred pumps in our range. Including, screw and centrifugal pumps with a head up to 280 m. Also carry extensive range of AC pumps, Dirty water pumps, and specialty pumps. Please call or email for further information.
Here is at Commodore Australia we specialize in solar pumps, we are here to provide economical solutions for farmers wanting to install solar pumps for their water needs. Our solar pumps are highly efficient and are the most economical and reliable solution for all off-grid irrigation and water supply demands. Solar pumps are specially designed to be powered by solar panels alone, with no need for batteries, generators, mains power, petrol or diesel… So they do the job without the running costs.
Solar Pumps start pumping when the sun is shining – saving money & resources. When you purchase any of our quality solar pumps, they will pay for themselves in around 2 years or less. We carry a range of both submersible & surface mounted solar pumps, and our factory has a complete range to meet each & every requirement. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with what you’re looking to do and we’ll find a solution for you.
The solar pump control unit drives the high efficiency brushless DC pump motor, using the latest Solar Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) technology to make sure it’s pumping to the best of its ability under all light conditions, even moderate cloud cover. The controller also protects the pump from frequent starting in very low light conditions, overheating & running dry. Low water level sensors & tank full sensors are included in our solar pump kits, so the pumping system can be fully automated – forget having to check on your tank constantly! The low water sensor sits in your well or dam – above the intake of the pump. If the water level falls below the sensor, the solar controller will shut down the pump. Once the water level rises above the sensor, the controller delays pumping for half an hour to ensure the water level is sufficient before pumping again. The included tank sensors sit at the top & bottom of the tank. When both probes are submerged, the controller shuts down the pump. Once the water level drops below the top sensor, the controller starts the pump.
Is your header tank a long way away? No problem. We have optional pressure cut out switches that are designed for use with our solar pumps. Using a float / ball valve on your tank allows pressure to build up in the pipe when the tank is full & cuts out the pump – job done. With our pumps, batteries can also be connected via the controller (battery model) if you need the flexibility of pumping on demand at any time – great for household pressure systems & other configurations where the pump needs to be able to run around the clock. Solar pumps are truly the most reliable, cost efficient way for you to move water around.
QUALITY SOLAR PUMPS THAT LAST… At Commodore we have over 100 different pumps to meet your needs, so give us a call or ring for a quote.