Goulds Water Technology, a Xylem brand, announced the release of its new ResiBoost Complete Packaged Variable Frequency System, which it calls a “next-generation engineered design.” The package includes a variable frequency controller, a multistage stainless-steel pump and tank. The ResiBoost, Goulds says, maintains and automatically adjusts water pressure throughout the home when multiple water sources are used simultaneously.

“People are spending more time at home than ever and placing increased demands on their home’s water systems,” says Jill Boudreau, Xylem Residential Water Product Manager, Americas. “The ResiBoost ensures reliable and consistent pressure throughout the house at any time while optimizing energy usage.”

The ResiBoost provides consistent water pressure in municipal systems and can also help to re-pressurize water in a well system.

Goulds says the ResiBoost motor, pump and controller come preassembled and preprogrammed, with the tank installed separately, to simplify and speed installation. The company says the ResiBooks gives strong, consistent water pressure, despite its compact size. That size, though, allows installation in small or easily hidden areas. The system, Goulds says, has a quieter design than competing pump systems and is proven through extensive testing to have low serviceability and long-lasting performance.

The ResiBoost is available in six models that have different ranges of maximum psi, maximum flow, stages, output phases and voltages, horsepower and weight. Depending on the model, the output voltage is either 115 or 230 volts. Horsepower ranges from ¾ to 2, with a maximum psi ranging from 40 to 68.

For more information on the ResiBoost, visit the Goulds Water Technology website.

Xylem, based in Rye Brook, N.Y., serves the public utility, residential, commercial and agricultural markets with a variety of pump and water treatment products. The company has more than 16,000 employees worldwide. For more information, visit www.xylem.com.