Introduction: Pump With No Moving Parts Uses River Power

The video shows parts of the pump, which operates on heads as low as 0.5 meter and suggests different uses for it.

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vov35 (author)2012-07-05

very elegant design

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slysimon (author)2010-08-26

What a great idea. Well done.

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Weissensteinburg (author)2007-12-25

Have you built this yet?

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I have built one about 20 years ago. (actually 3 or 4 prototypes that I scavanged for other projects and one that remains in use).
shows it in spring of last year.
I do not know if anyone else has built one. I get a disproportianate amount of website traffic from India and the Philipines so I guess there are some there. It is also on the internet glossary of pumps.
Hopefully there are some of them working away round the world.
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Neat, thanks for sharing it.

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GorillazMiko (author)2007-12-25

cool, but you should put all the stuff in an instructable.

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