ram pump source for my animals

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by jojodereo » 05/04/15, 21:55

well actually i found in my brothel an old one kilo fire extinguisher.

Test at 26 bar. I am going to put inside a balloon bladder or an air tube inflated to 1 bar.

For my supply channel, PE or copper?
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by oli 80 » 07/04/15, 21:53

Good evening, here is a link on a ram whose shock valve has been modified several times, the expansion tank is an old fire extinguisher with inside an air chamber of inflated bicycle, a bladder of a soccer ball or other in leather can do the trick too, because the bladder is easy to remove, which is not the case with a basketball for example

http://manuel.routin.free.fr/spip.php?rubrique32

for the supply pipe it is better in metal, I believe that it was quoted above several times in this subject there is the site of Régis Petit which is very complete on rams

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by jojodereo » 07/04/15, 22:45

yeah i saw that.

Someone has more info on mounting with a control chimney.

In fact my source is already channeled higher in pvc, to the location of the future ram.

there is a drop of 2/3 my seen from the nose.

I told myself when installing vertically a piece of pvc diameter 100 with a height of 1m to make the chimney, and start again at the foot in copper or steel over 3/4 m it could be not bad.
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by jojodereo » 08/04/15, 13:54

Here is a diagram, does that seem correct to you?

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by Christophe » 08/04/15, 20:13

Not bad idea of ​​the buffer tank.

But then you will have more than 2m of waterfall there right?

How high is the source above the future surface of the buffer tank?
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by jojodereo » 08/04/15, 20:27

I would say a good meter, suddenly if I do not have enough pressure, I could always raise the buffer tank higher.

I found in my brothel a piece of PE pipe of 7m, suddenly I will take this for my supply channel, if that is not enough I would change later.
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by Christophe » 09/04/15, 00:05

So 3m maximum possible in all? So it will work well and you will go back to 7m with a good flow!

Do you have pictures of the place to illustrate the montage?

ps: I divided the subject irrigation basins-and-pools / ram pump hydraulic-design-and-manufacturing-house-t5268.html to make a new one irrigation basins-and-pools / ram-pump-on-a-source-to-my-pet-t13852.html
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by jojodereo » 09/04/15, 08:38

yes saw nose, about 3m

I'll take pictures as soon as I have some time to take care of that.

My concern will rather be to size it small enough for it to work as long as possible, at the end of the season the flow decreases and even sometimes the source dried up.

And who says small ram, says filtration? and also good performance to go up a maximum.

I'm going on a 20/27 strainer, and I would see at the end of the season if too big, to go on a 15/21, hoping that it works well with the same feed channel.
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by jojodereo » 12/05/15, 22:23

Hello everyone, I don't forget you.

I move slowly, lost time.

Here are pictures of my lamb :D :

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by Christophe » 13/05/15, 10:18

Beautiful little lamb lol

Uh, is there a membrane in the recycled fire extinguisher?
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