WORLDS SIMPLEST WATER PUMP!! Make A PULSER PUMP! (with Captions)
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Junk xxx Wang: zsferdrt Moaaz Faral: Can it be used in aquariums? kristine robin linsangan: can this apply to small home aquarium ? Zegwei Teoh: Sir, staciefil: Have you tried taking bubbles or air to a separate air tank for other pneumatic use? :) The physics of this stuff; JokelaTurbine: http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/227309/air-core-vortex-physical-explanation-of-the-air-entrainment-hook-at-f-co-0 Similar principle as a ram pump but instead of a chamber for air compression, you are using a pipe. Nice thing about it are no valves are needed. Richie Mann: this is soo amazing !! plz make more videos. ruvim zaytsev: sounds like space invaders jammapcb: Hi thanks your video but it's not clear picture Sokheang Chan: Much appreciated! arekussu: It truly shows the simplicity and the actuality of water and air power. Thanks for the video, it gets my mind in a good place! I love sophat chan: Sweet... didn't quite get how it worked completly, but have an idea... should be put into use where ever needed, since it's so simple!! Brian Davis: Ssçma Tunahan İmren: Is this similar principles to hydraulic ram pumps? Jose Benitez: im very interested in building one of these for a project for a poor comunity in Colombia. This looks like what I am looking for Carlos Villa: As a scientist I can confirm it works, like Bernoulli's principle. Its not of industrial interest because of the low efficiency. At remote places it can be useful, though. Stefan Sulzbach: fascinating application of atmospheric energy in action, thanks for posting this, as well I enjoyed looking up more information on this interesting subject. firstname lastname: I went to this site and understand the principle. It is a bit easier to understand, at least the uptake of water and air in the middle (the part I didn't understand before). Alen Combs: http://www.altenergymag.com/emagazine.php?issue_number=03.10.01&article=pulser I am looking for a simple water pump for an aquaponic system that doesn't use electricty (or fuel). Do you think it might work for an aquaponic system? I have seen this system used for compressing air for cobalt mine work in Ragged Chute Air Plant in Ontario to run their drills (I might make it one for to run machinery run by compressed air, refrigeration etc). I am not sure why, and I honestly cannot wrap my head around using it for pumping water. But I hope it can. Alen Combs:
WORLDS SIMPLEST WATER PUMP!! Make a PULSER PUMP! (with Captions)
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