The Power Pro ESP Electric Low-Flow Sampling Pump webinar


The low-flow experts at QED have introduced the first electric pump designed specifically for low-flow sampling: the Power Pro ESP™ sampling pump. This mini-webinar (20-minute presentation, 10-minute Q&A) will introduce you to the Power Pro system, including:

  • The unique “all-in-one” system design, with cable reel and controls in one package
  • “Smart Pump” technology with exclusive In-Water Sensor that easily positions the pump in the well
  • Built-in Run-Dry Protection to prevent well dewatering and extend pump life
  • The benefits of low power consumption and high efficiency impeller design
  • “How It Works” animation
  • Pump performance flow curves
  • Operation, service and cleaning the Power Pro pump
  • System configuration and available options
  • The Power Pro was developed to overcome the common limitations of traditional electric sampling pump systems, such as:
  • Pump motors generate heat that can affect samples and often fail when pump seals leak or pumps run dry, requiring expensive repairs or replacement and causing lost sampling time in the field
  • Impellers and wear guides often fail due to sand in the well and can be difficult, expensive and time consuming to replace
  • Generators and large batteries can be difficult to transport and carry to remote wells
  • Engine exhaust and handling generator fuel could contaminate samples
  • Pump controls aren’t always user friendly, and limited flow control makes it difficult to fill sample bottles or can require a throttle valve to reduce flow
  • The presentation will be followed by a 10-minute question and answer session to answer your questions about the Power Pro system.



  • Groundwater Sampling Technicians
  • Environmental Engineers and Specialists
  • Environmental Managers
  • Regulatory Program Managers
  • Groundwater Sampling Contractors
  • Engineering Firms
  • Hydrogeologists


Register for one of the two sessions offered below:

Tuesday, 20th June 2017, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM BST



Thursday, 29th June 2017, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM BST