Irrigation

Does your Golf Course pump need to provide more flow or pressure? Is your irrigation pump system in need of a controls upgrade? Do you need help with your lift station, water feature, or water fall pumps? Call Illinois Pump to make sure all of your irrigation, dewatering, and water feature systems will be ready for your season.

The irrigation applications we service include:

  • Jockey/Sustain
  • Water Fall
  • Circulation
  • Lead/Lag
  • Water Fountain
  • Lift Stations
These services extend for ALL makes and ALL models of pumps!

Call Illinois Pump at 847-368-PUMP (7867) for your service needs. WE RESPOND with an expertise in Irrigation pump applications. We can provide prompt, professional service for every irrigation, drainage, or water feature pump application at your golf course, range, park, sports field, or campus, and warranty the work we provide, even for older obsolete equipment.

Along with pumps as our core, we also service motors, controls, and other ancillary equipment. The additional equipment includes, but is not limited to valves, as well as control panels, control switches, and control devices. For the most modern and energy savings needs we also service and support PLC’s (programmable logic controllers), VFD’s (variable frequency drives), and can interface with remote controls.

We work closely with superintendents, maintenance staff, and facility managers, as well as third-party engineering firms, to provide the most logical solution for your specific pumps needs.


We can provide quick answers to many of these customer’s recent irrigation pump questions:

Can I modify my irrigation pumps to get more flow? Can I modify my irrigation pumps to get more pressure? Will an irrigation controls upgrade decrease our energy costs? Will an irrigation controls upgrade help us maintain better pressure? When should we repair our irrigation pump system? Can quick irrigation repairs be done during the irrigation season? What pumps work best for waterfall pumps? Water fountain pumps? Do you have any recommendations for a logical preventive maintenance PM program? What grease should we use for our pump bearings? How much energy can we save with a VFD on our water pumps? Can we lower our energy costs with a pump controls upgrade?