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    Default NEW SOLAR WATER PUMP for DRINKING WATER & IRRIGATION in RURAL AREAS

    Hi guys,
    I'm the inventor of a new solar water well pump for pumping drinking water and water for irrigation systems in remote or rural areas.
    It is a complete rural water supply system for private people, charity organizations or farmers worldwide.

    The main advantages are:
    - the Solar Water Pump is maintenance free
    - high flow rates and well dephts
    - hand pump function for emergencies
    - saltwater resistant

    It is also possible to replace already existing water windmills & hand water pumps in water wells.

    I would like to ask what you think about it and if you have seen something similar before in your region? Here the link with pictures and description to our website: http://www.newsolarpump.com

    Have a nice day!
    Dietmar

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    Where is costing?

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    Hi,
    our pump stations are getting custom build depending on the well depht maximum water flow and water level.
    For this reason we would need for a price offer:
    - well depht
    - water level (measured down from the to)
    - inside diameter of the water well

    Please just contact me with this information to my emai address you will find on our website.
    Dietmar

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    This is the traditional American 'solar' water pump. But you could adapt the existing brass and SS pump cylinders, which are very durable and inexpensive to solar also. Some people use a homemade or bought 'pumpjack' such as used on windmills.

    http://www.deanbennett.com/

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