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  • How to Make a Drill Power Water Pump - Step by Step

    Good looking pump. How much suction is on the inlet side? If much this could be a easy answer to pump water from a well. Again good job.

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  • GlennS10 commented on taifur's instructable Power your Bathroom by Water Tap2 years ago
    Power your Bathroom by Water Tap

    I think is the same as I don't know....But thanks for the reply, If I knew what type plastic it is, I can look it up myself. Thanks

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  • GlennS10 commented on taifur's instructable Power your Bathroom by Water Tap2 years ago
    Power your Bathroom by Water Tap

    That was manin and generate at anytime water is used in the home or lawn, The ones I saw were 1/2" NPT that is really choking down your water supply especially if you used several in line, also if they were larger in size i.e. .75"-4" then you can also generate from your waste grey water, a double whammy from the same gallons used, these things have a lot of potential if they are safe for drinking water and can be made in larger pipe sizes. I saw mentioned in some post that to use in downspouts, how do you propose to reduce down to the gen pipe size and still drain off the roof water? Appears to me that water will back up and spill over out of the gutters causing potential problems. Am I overlooking something?

    What type of material is this made of? Is it safe for drinking water to flow through? I have seen some of these that are 10 watt and 5-80 volts DC, if these could be made out of a larger diameter, then one, or more in series could be installed at the main sand generate

    That was manin and generate at anytime water is used in the home or lawn, The ones I saw were 1/2" NPT that is really choking down your water supply especially if you used several in line, also if they were larger in size i.e. .75"-4" then you can also generate from your waste grey water, a double whammy from the same gallons used, these things have a lot of potential if they are safe for drinking water and can be made in larger pipe sizes. I saw mentioned in some post that to use in downspouts, how do you propose to reduce down to the gen pipe size and still drain off the roof water? Appears to me that water will back up and spill over out of the gutters causing potential problems. Am I overlooking something?

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