Installation of Ram Pump

Hydraulic ram

What is a Hydraulic Ram Pump?

A hydraulic ram or ram pump is a water pump that generates the energy for pumping itself. It works WITHOUT electricity or other fuel! This technology has been known and used for 300 years. In order for the ram to run, it needs a water gradient of around 0.5m. For operation, only a correspondingly long pipe is connected.
A hydraulic ram is an efficient machine for pumping water without electricity, without gasoline.
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Hydraulic Ram Installation

Installing A Ram Pump

A steel pipe is connected to the ram. The pipe has a gradient of at least 0.5m.

Water is let into the pipe and flows in steadily.

The ram works and pumps some of the water up

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Representation Of A Ram Pump System

The ram needs an input pipe to drive it. The so-called motive water flows in it.

Simplified representation of a functional system

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  • What function does a water ram pump perform and how does it differ from a conventional water pump?

    The water ram pump (hydraulic ram pump) is a water pump that generates its own drive energy.
    It is used to irrigate fields and domestic animals. It is also suitable for domestic water supply and is used in this way.

  • How high can a ram pump?

    Depending on the design and location, the ram can pump several hundred meters high. It can also pump over several 100m

  • How does the hydraulic ram pump work?

    The ram pump generates its energy from the falling water, which is accelerated and stopped in rhythm in the pipe at its entrance. When the water flow suddenly (automatically) stops through the ram's closing valve, a so-called shock pressure is created. This is at least 10 times higher than the initial pressure. Part of the water is pumped through a second valve in the ram at this high pressure into the boiler and from there upwards.