1) Using our Solar Well Pump to pressurize a standard household pressure tank with a reverse action pressure switch to turn the pump off when the desired pressure is reached and back on when the pressure drops. The capacity of the pressure tank can be increased based on your water needs. Batteries can be added to allow refill of pressure tank at night. Small inverters can be run off this battery bank. Propane hot water heaters can be added for hot showers off-the-grid!
2) Using our Solar Well Pump to fill a storage tank (ideal when freezing isn't an issue) and then running a solar charged battery powered booster pump that pulls from that tank and has a built-in pressure switch to turn off when pressure is reached. This gives you 24hr/day water as well and and other options to tee from the tank and use water direct from the storage tank. Small inverters can be run off this battery bank like the other kit. Propane hot water heaters can also be added for off-grid hot showers!
1. WELL PUMP TO PRESSURE TANK Solar Well Pump Direct to Pressure Tank Includes: - RPS 800 Solar Pump Kit - Pressure Tank (20G) - Tank Tee - Reverse-Action Pressure Switch - Check Valve - Install Diagrams - Batteries Optional (if used, we recommend four 12v SLA or AGM deep-cycle batteries in series) * See First Diagram with Pressure Tank. Better for freezing climates.
2. WELL PUMP TO STORAGE TANK TO BOOSTER PUMP Well Pump to Storage tank + Booster pump Includes: - RPS 800 Solar Pump Kit - Booster Pump w/ Voltage Converter. Pressure Switch Built in. No Pressure Tank Needed - Install Diagrams - 4x Batteries Required. We recommend Four 12v SLA or AGM deep-cycle batteries in series - 48v Inverter to run Small/Medium Loads Can Be Added Later - Storage Tank Not Included. Poly and IBC Tanks are popular * See Second Diagram with Storage Tank. Preferred in non-freezing climates.