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Sunday, July 23rd 2006, 7:24am

by Wet_Boots

How do you know for a certainty that you need a booster pump? More information, please.

Saturday, July 22nd 2006, 8:50pm

by Beartooth

Grundfos makes an in-line booster pump called the MQ. It comes in both 3/4 horse and 1 horse models. 110 volts needed to power pump. This is an excellent choice to increase psi.

Friday, July 21st 2006, 11:23am

by Ventri

pumps

I have a inground system, which is run off the main house water (not a well)I was wondering if anyone knows what i can do to increase pressure, such as a pump which I can add to system