How to make a RAMP pump

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Drinking water shortage is a major problem in our country, often in summer and elsewhere. In addition, it is very difficult to get water for agricultural purposes and so on. The only way out in such cases is to rely on distant ponds and wells. But it is often very difficult to get water this way for miles. In such a situation the RAMP pump is a device that helps to deliver water to the farms etc. without power. Here’s how to make one at home. Let’s see what the equipment is and how much it will cost. One meter PVC pipe with one meter, connectors, valves, two check valves, an air tight bottle, the top of which is cut in a round shape.

How to make a RAMP pump?

First the PVC pipe needs to be taken and cut as required. These should be cut into several pieces of the same size. Then connect each of the pipes with a connector, after which the check valve must be connected. The water comes up in such a way that it opens the lid. Connect that way. Then insert a T-shaped pipe in the middle. The arrow of the first check valve should be connected in such a way that the arrow goes down and the arrow comes up when the second check valve is connected. But only when the water rises does the check valve open. Fit another piece of pipe on top of it and connect the T valve. Insert another piece of pipe into its side. Then cut the top and fit it on top of the boat. These are the things that need to be set.

Next, take a large pipe to connect the ramp pump and pour water through the top of it, and the RAMP pump is connected on the other side. One end of the pipe is connected to the water retainer and the other to the pump. The check valve should be pressed before the water comes out. Now you can see the water coming. The problem here is that 60 to 70 percent of the water received is lost. But this system can definitely be used to supply water without power in places where there is no water at all. This means that the RAMP pump is definitely useful for utilizing running water for agricultural purposes and so on.

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