Pumping water from the river

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Re: Pump water from the river




View olivier75 » 23/11/17, 06:01

Hi,

It sounds like a screwdriver, it's a principle that needs speed more than power. The flow is less optimal if the screwdriver rotates more slowly.
With the price of a recovery of 300 l and the pump, it is a minimum investment.
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Re: Pump water from the river




View sicetaitsimple » 23/11/17, 19:38

cortejuan wrote:Hello,

When you are near a river, you can use part of the water provided you return it after use ...



I don't think, no, watering for example, or water for animals, is allowed. On the other hand (for an individual, less than 1000m3 / year) there is an obligation to declare a fixed installation in the town hall, as for a borehole or a well for that matter. And there is of course an obligation to respect the various orders, in particular in the event of drought.

The "mobile" and "temporary" installation may be governed by texts, but I don't know.
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View cortejuan » 23/11/17, 20:30

Hi,

I had read that in the rural or civil code, I do not know, when I had my problems. I think that on the one hand there are tolerances (magic word in France) and that professionals are not in the same sign as individuals.

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View sicetaitsimple » 23/11/17, 20:39

cortejuan wrote:Hi,

I had read that in the rural or civil code, I do not know, when I had my problems. I think that on the one hand there are tolerances (magic word in France) and that professionals are not in the same sign as individuals.

cordially


Everything (or almost!) Including the declaration forms is here:

http://www.gard.gouv.fr/Politiques-publ ... ents-d-eau
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Re: Pump water from the river




View oli 80 » 23/11/17, 21:30

vendelinus wrote:
olivier75 wrote:Hi,

Of this type, 1500l / h, which should be more than enough for 10mn / 45mn of autonomy depending on the screwdriver.

http://www.conrad.fr/ce/fr/product/8131 ... mxEALw_wcB

olive


You can explain the principle to me, I don't see ...
I'm sorry for being painful ...

Edit: I just watched some video, it looks very good, but it must be super noisy, right?
And does it work with all drills? Or you need a minimum of power or revolutions / minute


Good evening, for the pump on a drill or screwdriver here is a video

we can water with this pump model
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Re: Pump water from the river




View oli 80 » 20/05/20, 21:20

Hello everyone here is an explanatory video on the spiral pump

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