Jami McBride wrote:
All those brochures would be great to have, but not posted in any thread, posted instead as articles -
I want a stationary, how-to, articles section
How about permies.com, articles could go there.....
paul wheaton wrote:
Anybody seen one in action?
Wow I feel silly.
Ok sorry about that that is what i get when trying to post by looking at thumbnails.
Here is the proper one.
If any one is interested i have all of Rus' brochures they are 11 of them.
The Topics Are
Ferro Cement Water Tank
How To Make A Water Filter
Water Sealed Toilet
How To Make Salt
"A" Frame for contouring sloping land
Monte Hines wrote:Subject interests me for several reasons:
I can remember my uncle (40+ years ago) using one to pump water up a 200' hill, from a creek, to water his large beef cow herd...
I never knew how it worked...
Also, we might want to use one on our farm, where we have water, and do not have electrical power...
I spent some time researching and have created a blog on the subject:
"Water Pumps Without Electricity or Fuel" - Hydraulic Water Ram Pumps and Others...
There is lots history, theory, practice, homemade plans, videos, etc... all at
Basic components of a hydraulic ram:
1. Inlet - drive pipe
2. Free flow at waste valve
3. Outlet — delivery pipe
4. Waste valve
5. Delivery check valve
6. Pressure vessel
First Video of: Water Pumps Without Electricity or Fuel Playlist - 7 Video - 21:53
First Video of: Hydraulic Water Ram Pumps-Theory and Practice Playlist - 9 Videos - 1:14:28
Just trying to contribute...
Hope this is helpful...
With Regards and Respect For All,
Glenn Underhill wrote:Monte linked to a youtube video by engineer775. I don't think Monte picked that one randomly. Engineer775 has some of the best videos on ram pumps.