DIY Video:How to Build a Homemade Low Flow Ram Pump that can pump water without Electricity from very low flow creeks ,river.



    This video shows you can pump water from a very low creek or water source without any electricity by building a Simple Low Flow intake Ram Pump.This is ideal for any low flow creek,spring with around 30 gal per minute flow rate.This Ram Pump will need a continuous flow of water to operate. Determining the flow rate will help determine the size pump that you need.Measure your gallons per minute by placing a 5 gallon bucket in the water and collect all the water while timing how long it takes to fill the bucket and divide the gallons of water by the time in seconds and then multiply by 60 seconds to get GPM

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