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Author Topic: Experiences with Ram Pump  (Read 6017 times)
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« Reply #15 on: August 19, 2014, 08:05:34 AM »

Hay John,

That vid of yours, I watched it and watched it...

You have a header tank feeding at a hight, then you have the hose going over the wall and down to the garden with the water coming out, according to your vid, lower than the header tank.... so its not pumped, its just a gravity feed system...............

That's according to your vid.

Its not my vid I just followed the instructions contained in the vid and it works really well with a high lift from a very low fall.
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