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Best Sprinkler Pump Reviews: Complete Buyer’s Guide

Are you looking for the best sprinkler pump for the money? Read on as we review all the top options available with Pros & Cons of each.
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Having an automated sprinkler system is a great investment for your lawn. With a computerized system, your garden gets water when it needs it. A home sprinkler setup involves several components: the sprinkler heads, piping, couplings, controller – and the pump.

Many homeowners put careful consideration into choosing the right sprinkler heads and controllers. However, they fail to put the same amount of effort into selecting the right pump for your system. The pump acts as the heart of your sprinkler setup.

It pushes the water to your sprinkler heads, ensuring all your watering zones have adequate pressure to water your garden properly.

Pumps are available in various capacities and working pressures. Some have specialized use in sprinkler systems. Others act as multi-functional pumps that are suitable for water transfers, sprinkler systems, and more.

In this review, we’ll look at the best sprinkler pump for your watering needs.

Our Top Picks

Log onto your favorite online retailer, and you’ll find dozens of sprinkler pump models available. If you don’t know what you’re looking at, it’s challenging to choose the right model.  We have researched and tested for many hours to pick our 10 best options – from those ten choices, we selected these three for our top picks. We have a model to suit your sprinkler system. Whether you have a large or small sprinkler system, there’s a model in our top picks to suit your watering requirements.

Best Pick: ECO-FLO Products Self-Priming Irrigation Pump

ECO-FLO Products EFLS20 Cast Iron Self-Priming Irrigation Pump, 2 HP, 70 GPM
  • Ideal for lawn sprinkling applications
  • Self-priming design works on automatic sprinkling systems and also for de-watering and water transfer applications
  • Easy service design for quick access to normal wear parts
  • Download the User Manual under the Technical Specification section of this page for safety, installation, troubleshooting, and warranty information
  • Click on the ECO-FLO Products link at the top of this page to see more pump options from ECO-FLO Products

The ECO-FLO sprinkler pump is our top choice for the best overall model in this review. If you’re looking for a high-power system capable of pressurizing the largest sprinkler systems, this model is a top choice. The ECO-FLO features a 2-HP motor, making it one of the most powerful pumps in its class. You get stainless steel and cast-iron body, offering ultimate protection to the motor and gearbox. This model features a self-priming design, and it’s suitable for water transfer duties, as well as sprinkler setups. This model operates at flowrates up to 70-gallons per minute, and it’s ideal for pumping pressure heads up to 20-feet.

Premium Pick: Red Lion RL-SPRK150 Sprinkler Pumps

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Red Lion RL-SPRK150 lawn-sprinkler-pumps
  • Generous, cast iron sprinkler or well pump
  • Item has a thermoplastic impeller and diffuser for durability
  • 2" diameter suction and 1 1/2" diameter outlet accommodate plenty of water
  • Single phase, 1 1/2 horsepower motor
  • Has a working maximum pressure of 44 PSI

The Red Lion lawn sprinkler pump wins our award for the best premium model in this review. The bright fireman-red color on this model makes it stand out from other competitor pumps. However, looks aren’t everything, and this pump comes packed with a high-performance operation. You get a 1.5-HP motor pumping 71-gallons per minute, with an operating pressure of 44-Psi. This model includes a cast-iron, powder-coated body, and head providing ultimate protection to your pump. This model is suitable for a larger sprinkler system, with enough pressure and power to drive 30 sprinkler heads and multiple watering zones.

Budget Pick: DC HOUSE 33-Series Industrial Water Pump

DC HOUSE 33-Series Industrial Water Pressure Pump, 115V 3.3 GPM 45 PSI Water Diaphragm Pump Power Plug for Bathroom Sprinkler Faucet Agricultural Irrigation
  • [Enhanced performance] 115VAC 3.3GPM 45PSI self-priming water pump with a self-priming suction of 9.8 feet and a lift up to 98 feet.
  • [Adjustable pressure] Built-in adjustable pressure switch. Adjustable pressure from 17-60psi range. The factory setting is 45 psi.
  • [Automatically] Automatically opens when turn on the water tap, stops when turn off the water tap. Easy to install, low noise operation.
  • [Widely used] The nemesis of low water pressure. It is widely used in faucets, showers, agricultural irrigation, non-flammable liquid transportation.
  • [Quality service] Enjoy a 4-year warranty. We are responsible for the product. TIP: Each of our pumps is tested and inspected before leaving the factory, It is normal to have residual water.

Homeowners on a budget will get the best value from this DC House model. This sprinkler pump comes with a lightweight plastic body that’s easy to maneuver and set up anywhere in your yard. This model includes adjustable pressures between 17 to 60-Psi, with a built-in pressure adjustment switch. This model is affordable but offers you high-performance for your sprinkler system. It comes with a 4-year warranty, with the factory setting at 45-Psi. The DC House 33-series is a great choice for smaller yards and gardens, offering a flow rate of 3.3-gallons per minute.

Sprinkler Pump Reviews

We selected the best sprinkler pump models we could find for this review. After glancing at our top models, let’s unpack them in detail. We’ll also look at other sprinkler pumps worthy of mention in this review.

ECO-FLO Products Self-Priming Irrigation Pump

Homeowners and professional landscapers will get the best value from the ECO-Flo sprinkler pump. This model is an excellent choice for the largest sprinkler applications, allowing for the connection of up to 40 sprinkler heads.

This model comes with a 2-HP motor, featuring over 20-feet of lift and 3,495—Gallons per hour operation. The thermoplastic impeller provides temperature resistance and extended service life to the motor.

The pump also works with automatic sprinkler systems, providing user-friendly operation with dewatering and water transfer applications.

This sprinkler pump comes with a self-priming operation and a 1.5-inch suction port for a universal connection to your sprinkler system. This model includes an easy service design with parts readily available through service agents.

The motor features efficient operation and high-capacity flow for optimal performance in the largest yards. You get a powder-coated cast-iron design with excellent corrosion resistance.

What We Liked
  • 2HP motor with self-priming design
  • Suitable for automatic sprinkling systems
  • Works with de-watering and water transfer
  • Easy service design
  • Efficient operation
  • Stainless steel housing

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Red Lion RL-SPRK150 Sprinkler Pumps

This Red Lion model wins our award for the best premium sprinkler pump in this review. Red Lion makes some of the best home pumping equipment, and it’s a great choice for professional installations.

This model comes with a powerful 1.5-HP motor and a 1.5” outlet compatible with most sprinkler systems. This Red Lion sprinkler pump includes a maximum working pressure of 44-Psi, making it suitable for running up to 30 sprinkler heads.

The Red Lion comes with a cast-iron design for sturdy use and extended service life. The red powder-coating provides corrosion resistance, and the motor comes with a thermoplastic impeller for temperature resistance and long service life.

This Red Lion sprinkler pump features an operating capacity of 71-gallons per minute, and you get a 1.5” outlet for universal compatibility with sprinkler systems.

What We Liked
  • Professional-grade equipment
  • Suits use as a cast iron sprinkler or well pump
  • Thermoplastic impeller
  • 5-HP motor
  • 5″ diameter outlet

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DC HOUSE 33-Series Industrial Water Pump

The DC House 33-Series industrial sprinkler pump is a great choice for homes and gardens on slopes. This model generates an incredible 9.8-feet of lift, with a 3.3-gallon per minute flow rate and 45-Psi operation. It’s a great choice for watering the largest gardens, with quiet operation.

The thermoplastic casing is UV resistant and lightweight, making for an easy installation anywhere around your yard. This model comes with a 4-year warranty on parts, and you get excellent watering efficiency and low power consumption.

The DC House 33-series is a fantastic choice for professional installations, with automatic operation for your sprinkler system. This model comes with thermal overload and an easy-cleaning strainer for trapping debris.

The DC House features an on-demand pressure switch for adjustable operation, and it comes with a 2-piece hose fitting. The self-priming function makes it suitable for various watering applications, and you can fit up to 20 sprinkler heads into this model.

What We Liked
  • 45-Psi operation
  • Self-priming pump
  • Lift up to 9.8-feet
  • Automatic operation when turning on the tap
  • 4-year warranty
  • Low power consumption and 3.3-GPM flow rate

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Wayne WLS200 Sprinkler Pump

Wayne is one of the top brands in home pumping systems. This lawn sprinkler model is a permanent pumping solution for your yard. Assembled in the USA, you can expect top-level performance from this pump and extended service life.

This pump comes with a professional-grade design, delivering high levels of performance with less noise. The Wayne series of home lawn sprinkler pumps offer you extended pump life, thanks to high-quality build components.

The thermoplastic impeller produces 3,950-gallons per hour, operating at 30-Psi. The 2-HP motor features powerful operation, allowing you to connect up to 40 sprinkler heads and multiple watering zones.

The self-priming action makes it suitable for use in automatic sprinkler systems. This model comes with a thermoplastic casing for durability and long service life.

What We Liked
  • Cast-iron design
  • Oil-filled motor
  • 30-PSI with 3,950-GPH
  • Rugged design with a high-power operation
  • 2-HP motor with high efficiency
  • Easy installation

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Wayne PLS100 Sprinkler Pump

This Wayne model is another excellent choice in the range. This model features a convenient carry handle, making it suitable for use in portable pumping applications. Wayne models are compatible with most sprinkler systems, featuring a 1.5” outlet that fits most sprinkler connections.

This model comes with a 1-HP motor, providing plenty of power and pressure to your sprinkler system. This model can operate up to  25 sprinkler heads in multiple watering zones, offering you up to 20-feet of lift.

It’s a great choice for gardens on slopes, and smaller yards, with a ¾” adapter, included with your purchase. This model comes with a stainless steel housing, offering excellent corrosion resistance and high-performance in all weather conditions.

You get automatic thermal overload protection on this sprinkler pump. The Wayne PLS100 comes with operating pressures between 30 to 50-Psi, with flowrates of up to 720-gallons per hour.

What We Liked
  • Professional-grade equipment
  • Durable with extended pump life
  • Up to 20-feet of lift
  • 1-HP motor
  • Stainless steel design
  • Portable

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Simer 3415P Spinkler Pump

Simer is a top brand in home watering systems and pumps. This model is an excellent choice for homeowners and landscapers looking for professional-grade equipment. This model comes with a thermoplastic housing for weather and UV resistance in outdoor settings.

You get a 1.5-HP motor offering high-power performance and up to 67-gallons per minute. The thermoplastic impeller offers high-temperature operation and extended service life for the pump. With this model, you get a 1.5” discharge pipe size for compatibility with all sprinkler system pipework and connections.

This model includes a lightweight design with quiet operation. This Simer pump comes with a self-priming action for use in automatic watering systems, and you get a 20-foot lift that’s ideal for pumping uphill.

What We Liked
  • Corrosion-resistant thermoplastic housing
  • UV-resistant materials
  • High-temperature operation
  • 5” discharge outlet
  • 5-HP motor
  • 20-foot lift
  • Lightweight design

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Flotec FP5172 Pump Sprinkler

This Flotec model is a great choice for your yard. You get a powerful 1.5-HP motor, providing 47-Psi operating pressures and 67-GPM flowrate. This model can provide enough pressure to run up to 30 sprinkler heads in multiple watering zones.

The self-priming operation makes it suitable for automatic watering applications, and the thermoplastic impeller provides a long service life to your pump. The housing features design and construction with hardened plastic for durable use and UV-resistance.

This model comes with a multifunctional design for watering systems and in water transfer. You get a 20-foot lift with this pump, making it ideal for pumping uphill. You get a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty on the pump.

What We Liked
  • Thermoplastic housing
  • Lightweight design
  • 5-HP motor
  • Corrosion-resistant housing
  • High-capacity operation
  • 67-GPM

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Lanchez Portable Sprinkler Pump

This Lanchez sprinkler pump is an excellent balance between affordability, high-quality design, and performance.

With this sprinkler pump, you get a stainless steel housing for corrosion resistance and durability. The aluminum body features a carry handle, making it an ideal portable solution to take around the yard or the job site for easy water transfer.

This multifunctional model comes with a self-priming design, making it ideal for use in automatic watering systems. The durable thermoplastic impeller ensures long service life and top-level performance.

This model operates with a 1.,6-HP motor producing operating pressures of 65-Psi. This model gives you the performance of a 2-HP pump, with an affordable price tag. This model comes with a flame-retardant control box and thermal overload protection.

What We Liked
  • 6-HP motor
  • 1,294-GPH
  • Corrosion-resistant housing
  • 26-foot lift
  • Easy-carry handle
  • Efficient operation

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Homdox Sprinkler Pump

This Homdox model is a great choice for a sprinkler pump for your yard. This model comes with a multi-functional design for sprinkler systems or water transfers. You get a stainless steel head protecting the thermoplastic impeller and a 1.6-HP motor providing powerful sprinkler performance.

This model offers a 66-Psi operating pressure, featuring outputs of 845-GPH. It’s a great choice for smaller gardens, providing enough pressure to run up to 25-sprinkler heads and multi0ple watering zones.

The aluminum body ensures the motor runs cool, and you get a thermal overload switch included with this model. This model can pump pressure heads up to 23-feet, with a self-priming operation for use in automatic watering systems.

The pump runs quiet, thanks to the rubber frame mountings that absorb vibration. This model includes a one-year manufacturer’s warranty on your purchase.

What We Liked
  • 6-HP motor
  • 845-GPH
  • 23-foot lift
  • Portable carry-handle
  • Automatic on-off operation
  • Stainless steel design

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The Blue Store Self-Priming Misting Pump

This model comes with a specific design for use in misting systems. You get a high-power, high-pressure system, offering pressures up to 145-Psi. This model comes with compatibility for 3/8” hosing and 12-Volt operation.

This model is the ideal choice for smooth, consistent flow rates, and the rubber bracket absorbs vibration while in use. The flexible diaphragm in this model allows for dry running without damaging the motor.

This model comes with a thermoplastic impeller for durable use and extended service life. You get a plastic body with a lightweight design for easy fitment. This model comes with a sealed design for high performance, and it’s a great choice for your greenhouse.

What We Liked
  • Specialist design for misting
  • 145-Psi operation
  • Compatible with 3/8” flexible hosing
  • Professional design
  • Rubber brackets absorb vibration
  • Thermal protection and smooth operation

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Other Best Selling Options

Bestseller No. 1
FLUENTPOWER 1 HP Portable Stainless Steel Lawn Sprinkling Pump, Electric Water Pump Shallow Well Sump Booster Pump with 1" NPT Female Thread for Home Garden Lawn Irrigation
  • 🌊【Garden Sprinkler Pump】 With stainless housing and waterproof on/off switch, easy carry handle for portability and storage.
  • 🌊【1HP High Power High Efficiency】The pump has maximum flow rate of 845 gallons per hour, Maximum Lift head up to 144ft/output 60 PSI and Max suction depth 8m; provides the necessary power to booster water pressure and connects to sprinklers.
  • 🌊【Wear Resisting Seal Material with Thermal Protection】Wear Resistant Seal Structure can bring better and more lasting work to the pump, overheat protection ensures that the pump will not be burned out.
  • 🌊【Widely Use】Pump is designed to work only with CLEAN WATER, Sutiable for ponds, pools, sprinkling systems, flow irrigation systems, gardening, rain barrels, large aquariums, use in agriculture settings, shallow and water wells. The pump is also compatible with a pressure regulator and work as a booster pump.
  • 🌊【12 Month Warranty】The pump has 1" NPT female thread and is easy to set up with 1" hose or adapter. 👉Search our 23ft Inlet Hose Kit - ASIN B08F552QP4.
Bestseller No. 2
ECO-FLO Products EFLS20 Cast Iron Self-Priming Irrigation Pump, 2 HP, 70 GPM
  • Ideal for lawn sprinkling applications
  • Self-priming design works on automatic sprinkling systems and also for de-watering and water transfer applications
  • Easy service design for quick access to normal wear parts
  • Download the User Manual under the Technical Specification section of this page for safety, installation, troubleshooting, and warranty information
  • Click on the ECO-FLO Products link at the top of this page to see more pump options from ECO-FLO Products
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Red Lion RL-SPRK150 lawn-sprinkler-pumps
  • Generous, cast iron sprinkler or well pump
  • Item has a thermoplastic impeller and diffuser for durability
  • 2" diameter suction and 1 1/2" diameter outlet accommodate plenty of water
  • Single phase, 1 1/2 horsepower motor
  • Has a working maximum pressure of 44 PSI
Bestseller No. 4
1.6 HP Stainless Steel Lawn Sprinkling Pump Electric Water Pump Transfer Pump Shallow Well Pump Garden Lawn Irrigation Booster Pump
  • Power: 1200W/1.6HP; Capacity: 3200L/H; Max Suction Height: 23 feet; Max Height: 137 Feet.
  • 845 Gallon Per Hour rating tackles any draining job at a fraction of the time. 66 PSI water pressure makes this pump perfect for irrigation, water transport or pump water. Ideal for sprinkling systems, flow irrigation systems, gardening, rain barrels, large aquariums and ground water.
  • This Electric Centrifugal Clear Water Pump with 66 PSI water pressure is capable of pumping water 42 meters high with an impressive flow rate of 3200L per hour and have a maximum suction depth of 7m. It also works with a water temperature up to 35°.
  • The water pump is compatible with a tank and can work as a sprinkler pump, a well pump with a pressure regulator or a booster pump, which can be widely applied in garden, lawn and farm.
  • Portable Self-aspirating Jet Garden Pump features with stainless Aluminum pump housing, maintenance-free capacitor motor, hydraulic unit consisting of Nonyl, safe&waterproof on/off switch and easy carry handle for portability. Both size of inlet and outlet are 1 Inch while one check valve and two connectors are included.
Bestseller No. 5
Flotec FP5172 Pump Sprinkler 1.5Hp
  • Self-priming, corrosion-resistant, high-capacity sprinkler pump
  • Capable of operating up to 30 sprinkler heads; delivers 115/230 motor voltage and offers dual voltage capability
  • Self-priming design permits use on automatic sprinkler systems as well as de-watering and water transfer. Maximum pressure : 47 psi
  • Measures 6.0-by-8.0-by-9.0 inches (WxHxD); weighs 41.5 pounds; 1-year warranty
  • Self-priming, corrosion-resistant, high-capacity sprinkler pump

Sprinkler Pump Buyer’s Guide

A sprinkler pump is a must-have item for any home irrigation system. If you’re new to sprinkler pumps, you need to understand how these machines function as part of your sprinkler system setup. In this section, we’ll unpack everything you need to know about choosing the best sprinkler pump for your yard.

How to Choose a Sprinkler Pump for Your Home Irrigation System

If you’re having trouble picking the right pump for your irrigation system, follow the guidelines in this section to settle on the ideal pump. The following five factors determine which model is the best choice for watering your garden.

Sizing your Sprinkler Pump

It would help if you sized the right pump for your watering tasks. If you have a small yard and you’re running less than 10-sprinkler heads, going with a powerful 2-HP motor isn’t necessary. All sprinkler heads come with a Psi and GPM rating, and that should help you settle on the right flow rate and pressure for your new pump.

As an example, a 40-Psi sprinkler head requires a flow rate of at least 3.8-gallons per minute. If the sprinkler pump motor has a 12-GPM rating, it can easily power three sprinkler heads. If you’re using a high-pressure system, you might need to install a pressure regulator to customize your sprinkler heads’ flow rate.

If you have a larger garden, going with a powerful pump is a better idea. A 2-HP pump producing 70-gallons a minute can power up to 40 sprinkler heads without experiencing a drop in performance.

The Location of the Pump

Where you locate your pump in your yard plays a big role in choosing the right system. When choosing the right sprinkler pump for your garden, you need to consider the pumping height (lift) and the watering system’s distance.

The pump’s lift refers to the pressure head the pump can handle before it starts to reduce efficiency. For instance, you have a sloped yard, and you need to push water up a hill. The distance from the hill’s base where you house your pump to the top of the hill refers to the pressure head.

If the hill is 10-feet high, you’ll need a pump that can match this in the lift.

The distance from the pump to the sprinkler heads also plays a role in your sprinkler system’s performance. The length of the discharge pipe and the diameter also make a difference in your pump’s performance. If you’re having trouble with the setup, call a professional for assistance.

The pros know how to increase the discharge pipe size as the distance increases, ensuring the irrigation system’s proper performance at all distances from the pump house.

Some pumps may also make a decent amount of noise. Installing them in a pump house reduces the noise levels and protects the pump casing from corrosion.

Self-Priming Action

When irrigation systems stop watering, they might pull a small amount of air into the system. This air creates pockets that reduce the performance of the pump. As a result, you might find it takes several minutes for the air to work its way out of the irrigation system, and the sprinkler heads start flowing.

A self-priming pump takes care of this problem. With a self-priming model, the system bleeds the air by using buoyancy and compression principles.

However, the casing must have water in it before starting the priming process. If you run a pump “dry,” it results in damage to the impeller and motor. Some models come with dry-run functionality, meaning they are suitable for dry priming without damaging the internals.

Casing and Impeller Materials

Sprinkler pumps remain outdoors throughout their service life. Therefore, the casing plays a critical role in the longevity of the machine. The top models in this review feature design and construction with the following materials.

  • Cast-iron – This material is durable and impact resistant. Cast-iron models suit heavy-duty use, and they all come with powder-coated surfaces. The coating prevents the materials from rusting and reducing the service life of the pump. However, cast-iron is heavy, and you’ll need to consider the weight and how it impacts your installation.
  • Stainless Steel – Stainless offers the best corrosion resistance. This high-strength material is suitable in coastal applications when the salt air can cause corrosion on the pump’s motor parts. Stainless steel is more expensive than cast-iron, buts it’s a premium, durable material for your pump casing.
  • Thermoplastics – High-quality pump brands use thermoplastics for the impeller, allowing the pump to run at high temperatures without damaging the seals in the motor. Some manufacturers also produce pump casings using thermoplastics, providing high wear resistance properties while keeping the casing lightweight.

Power Supply

The power supply on your sprinkler pump is another important consideration when choosing a prospective model.

Most sprinkler pumps come with a dual-voltage system for use at 230 or 115-volts. Residential sprinkler pumps with motors under 2-HP can run off your home’s electricity supply. It’s when you start going above 3-HP that you need to consider three-phase power supply options.

Do I Need Professional Installation for My Sprinkler Pump?

If you’re replacing an old pump, then it’s possible to install the new model yourself if you have basic handy-skills. However, you’ll need to ensure you’re confident working with electrical systems around your home.

If you don’t have any tools available, or you have no handy skills, it’s a good idea to call the professionals. A professional installation comes with a guarantee on the work, ensuring your system works right from the first watering session.

If you’re installing a complete irrigation system, it’s a good idea to work with a professional installer. A home irrigation system can be complex, and with a professional fitment, you know you’re getting the work done the right way.

Will I Save Money on Watering My Garden Using a Sprinkler Pump?

If you size the pump right and use an efficient watering controller, a pump can save you money on watering your garden.

The water-saving function of a home irrigation system has more to do with the controller and the sprinkler heads than the pump. The pump acts as the delivery system, working on the command of the controller.

Sprinkler Pump FAQs

How do I know if my sprinkler pump is losing its priming action?

Leaks in the seals around the shaft seal and pump line can cause a loss in the self-priming action of your sprinkler pump.

Obstructions in the line or sprinkler heads are also possible causes of loss in priming action. If you notice a loss in the priming action, clean the sprinkler heads, and run the system again before assuming it’s the pump.

How long does a sprinkler pump last?

It depends on how you maintain the machine and the brand you buy. Investing in a product like the Red Lion or ECO-FLO ensures you get a hassle-free service life that lasts ten to 15-years. When the pump fails, refurbishment is cheap, and your pump is brand new again.

However, cheaper models might not have the same service life, and some might not even last 5-years. All the models in this review come from high-quality manufacturing brands.

How long does it take a self-priming sprinkler pump to reach optimal working pressure?

Most self-priming pumps offer instant operation when you turn on the water. However, some systems might experience air bubbles and pockets in the line and take longer to prime. If that’s the case, you’ll have to bleed the air from the lines using the discharge value on the pump, if your pump has one.

Where can I buy a sprinkler pump?

We recommend you pick up your sprinkler pump from Amazon, the world’s largest marketplace. Amazon offers you the best range of models at the best price you’ll find online.

With Amazon, you get buyer protection on your order and fast, free shipping. If there’s anything wrong with your pump, Amazon offers hassle-free returns and exchanges.

Sprinkler Pumps – The Verdict

Sprinkler pumps are essential equipment for running your home irrigation setup. Without a pump, you can’t pressurize the system, and the sprinkler heads furthest away from the water source underperform. We selected the best sprinkler pump models for this review, giving you the best range available.

By now, you should have an idea of the best sprinkler pump for your irrigation system. However, we understand it’s challenging to settle on a final model, especially if you don’t know much about pumps. If you’re still on the fence with your purchase decision, why not go with one of our top picks?

The ECO-FLO Products Self-Priming Irrigation Pump is our top choice for the best overall sprinkler pump in this review. You get a 2-HP motor with powerful self-priming action that’s suitable for use in automatic watering systems. This model includes a cast-iron and stainless steel construction, with a high-powered action ideal for the largest home irrigation systems. This pump operates at 45-Psi, producing 70-gallons a minute.

The Red Lion RL-SPRK150 Sprinkler Pump is our choice for the best premium model in this review. You get a 1.5-HP motor that’s suitable for running more than 30-sprinkler heads across multiple watering zones. There’s self-priming action for use in automatic watering systems and over 20-feet of lift for use on sloped gardens. You get a cast-iron body for durability and a thermoplastic impeller for high-temperature service. This system runs at a working pressure of 44-Psi, producing 71-gallons a minute.

The DC HOUSE 33-Series Industrial Water Pump is our pick for the best budget buy in this review. You get a self-priming action and a 9.8-foot lift. This model comes with adjustable working pressures between 17 to 60-Psi, with the factory setting at 45-Psi. This model is a great choice for smaller yards, with flow rates of 3.3-gallons per minute.

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Robin owns his own Landscape Gardening company based in the UK and has over 10 years professional experience working outdoors, creating beautiful landscapes for his clients in the UK. He is also a keen garden-grower and maintains his own fruit and vegetable gardens. He also has a level 3 Certificate in Practical Horticulture from The Royal Horticultural Society and is currently working on his first book about gardening. Contact him at Robin@gardenbeast.com

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