Simple Geyser Pump Arianto | 14 Juni 2010 | PNEUMATIK, VIDEO BELAJAR | 11 Komentar Simple Geyser Pump Geyser Pump made with bottles, tubes and an aquarium air supply. It worked on the first try! Simple Geyser Pump Simple Geyser Pump Related Posts Belajar arduino (Pintu otomatis) Tidak ada Komentar | Des 18, 2017 Tong Sampah Multi Fungsi 31 Komentar | Mei 11, 2016 Mitsubishi Electric – GOT2000 Widescreen HMI 1 Komentar | Jun 22, 2017 Cokli di sekolah Tidak ada Komentar | Jan 22, 2014 About The Author Arianto 11 Comments itsandbits1 12 Juli 2011 Balas how high have you gotten it to lift the water? I have gotten 16ft from the same type of arrangement Pilesofplenty 13 Juli 2011 Balas I attached it to the top of the red building in the video, it is about 14 feet. I didn't try any higher with this small setup. I made many more pumps, using small air compressors, blowers and valves. You can really shoot some water with a very small shop vac and 3/4" pipe! I also put a similar setup down my old well about 27 feet, that's where the old hand pump is stuck. It almost came out the top, I could see it bubbling a few feet down the pipe. Pilesofplenty 13 Februari 2012 Balas There is a hole in the side of the tube, 1/4" on this one. The green bottle is slid onto the tube so that it makes a cup to hold water, and is positioned over the 1/4" hole. If you were to hold the tube and pour water into the green bottle, the water would run out the 1/4" hole. The white bottle is the air chamber and is placed down over top of the green one, the bottom of the tube is sticking out past both bottles. The air pushes out the water until it hits the hole, then it burps! Pilesofplenty 13 Februari 2012 Balas @nickjin00 I forgot to reply on your post, but i did on the video thread. All these pumps are similar. When the pumped air hits the opening, it escapes and draws water up the column. When it escapes, it also allows the atmospheric pressure to force water into the bottom of the column. If your column is sitting on a sandy bottom, it will draw sand up and out! remember25october 18 Juli 2013 Balas Can you user vapor bubbles instead of air bubbles? So that barbecue stove lifts water like this. Pilesofplenty 20 Juli 2013 Balas I'm sure it would, might be tricky to set up. good idea though! harrisonbee 16 September 2014 Balas not a big talker are ya 😉 Nicolás Solano Conde 17 November 2014 Balas Tnx Pilesofplenty for sharing yours experiences with us. @nickjin00 watch this video on it you'll find another design. Visit http://www.google.com.mx/patents/US8047808 from this is inspired. Low Power Airlift Geyser Pumps – Part 3 of 3 There're 3 parts of these video. With this spreadsheet you could make airlift basic calculatios: http://api.ning.com/files/5sXTPNNd5jk1j4oiNb*g-NmoSj78xSDLFH3yn-GInB*e8FSzGAYbkDau37s2zAqopSzFjX5gsTN5r0Ikrmgv6-GIcY9xsWi3/airlift_basic_calculation.xls Energieeffiziente Transportsysteme 1 September 2016 Balas Sehr gut erklärt telly duude 3 November 2018 Balas no spitting allowed KrishThekidd 14 November 2018 Balas nice project idea Add a Comment Batalkan balasan Alamat email Anda tidak akan dipublikasikan. Ruas yang wajib ditandai *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.