How To Pump Water Without Electricity… – Eco Snippets

How To Pump Water Without Electricity…

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How To Pump Water Without Electricity…

A water wheel uses the energy of flowing water to move the water through coiled pipe and as it spins it continues adding water through the coils. Depending upon where you set the output pipes you can move water from a creek to your field without electricity.

This is a Wirtz water pump. With each revolution of the spiral, the scoop collects one-half the volume of the outer coil. As water is taken into the coils, each column of water moves under pressure to the next column of water. The water in each coil is displaced to provide a pressure head. And the cycle continues.

The water current moves through these coils.  As the wheel turns, several small heads of water develop, one in each coil pushing water forward through all the coils.

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When enough water pressure is inside, the total water volume moves and exits in cadence to the input…

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Here’s a quick video showing it in action…

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Aaaa not so easy as picture shows, a lot of debri and shit it stuck in the spiral. In theory it’s good . Reality is I would not rely on this system

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    Probably more reliable than Zesco ????????

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    Drawing water with a bucket will be better than Zesco

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Build a wall around the pipe so that only water gets there..? Maybe also ..Try use a kinda sieve ..? ..at the pipe hole.????

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    Build a wall, and a sieve, They not practical. The design is faulty. am sure a more workable design exists.

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    Yes sum sketches of ideas…?

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    (Y) At least you’re thinking, we all start somewhere. 😉

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    …then put a water pump on, or whatever else one could try..

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Douglas Southard

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Water wheels were invented more than 2000 years ago. Why do you think mills are next to streams?

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    I don’t think the 2000 year old designs are the same as the one in the picture. Also think they may have created a channel to feed the mill wheel.

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    …?.. the to figuring easy methods to get it wiring well.

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    Same old thing in brand new drag. Cmon now.

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All you need is a flowing river. (it cost more to live next to a flowing river then it does to build a nice windmill with a well)

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Works till the pipes in your home break because if all the water surging (my pipes surge and I know there’s only a tiny amount of air in my pipes). Also I bet it only works if the water source is only lower or possibly slightly higher than your home.

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Why wouldn’t you just place a tube into the flow of the water. #1 you could generate power #2 you could change your water volume. It would be good for a green house or hydroponic system not very practical for in house use

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Ida Ansharyani this is what I was suggesting for Sampa village.

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If you can because all water is owned the consortium of :According to these reports, the top elite military-political and corporate classes currently ruling the United States ordered the introduction into the US Senate this past week on April 2nd a new law called the Clean Water Restoration Act (S.787 IS) to amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (Clean Water Act) by, and quoting directly from this new law:

(1) by striking `navigable waters of the United States’ each place it appears and inserting `waters of the United States’;

(2) in section 304(l)(1) by striking `NAVIGABLE WATERS’ in the heading and inserting `WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES’; and

(3) by striking `navigable waters’ each place it appears and inserting `waters of the United States’

and then adding:

(25) WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES- The term `waters of the United States’ means all waters subject to the ebb and flow of the tide, the territorial seas, and all interstate and intrastate waters and their tributaries, including lakes, rivers, streams (including intermittent streams), mudflats, sandflats, wetlands, sloughs, prairie potholes, wet meadows, playa lakes, natural ponds, and all impoundments of the foregoing, to the fullest extent that these waters, or activities affecting these waters, are subject to the legislative power of Congress under the Constitution.’.

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Pierre Et Donné Queripel

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Steffen Pieper dit moeten we bouwen man:)

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Sharon Tamlin show dad!

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the tides of the oceans should be used this way for electricity…

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Only in use since before Genghis Khan of Mongolia.

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Mote recycled nonsense?

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