Introduction: BIO FUELED Water Pump! Modular, No Moving Parts!

I made one today and it works.  Some work to refine and standardize the siphon tube part and it can be used worldwide in specialized applications!

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rimar2000 (author)2010-09-20

Pardon I don't understand spoken English, I can read it but don't hear it. Maybe if you put captions, all we "not Anglo speakers" could understand.

I read at beginning you use yeast to produce CO2. ¿Isn't more expensive yeast than conventional fuels? That does not invalidate your proposal, almost all new technologies began that manner.

gaiatechnician (author)rimar20002010-12-27

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6pfE_IxVgQ might help
and the instructable for it is at https://www.instructables.com/id/Build-a-fermentation-fueled-water-pump/  It has image notes too.
Hope it helps
Brian

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