Eau libre - pas de factures de services publics et pas de frais de fonctionnement
If you have a flowing water source on your land and you are still paying for water either by utility bills or in fuel, maintenance and pump repairs, let's see how much money you can save, because by installing a Papa Pump you can get...
eau gratuite - pour la vie!
Water Powered Technologies’ patented zero energy system pumps your water for free to help you
improve profitability and productivity on your farms
(and it doesn't matter if you're a smallholder with a few livestock and crops or a company with a large plantation!).
You can use your pump for livestock watering, irrigation or general use, just like these customers...
Our pumps simply use the energy from a natural flowing water source.
You may be wondering...
Will the Papa pump work on my site?
Try our quick calculator with 3 easy steps to see if you can use a Papa Pump to deliver water and save you money.
1 Select your Supply Head using the drop-down box (the fall of water available where the catchment is at the highest place and the pump will be at the lowest)
2 Then select the Delivery Height you require using the drop-down box (the height from pump to your delivery point or storage tank)
3 Then measure or estimate your Supply Flow (The amount of water flowing in the source river or stream) and select using the drop-down box.
The Calculator will estimate the amount of water you can expect to be delivered in litres/day.
We can help you to assess the potential of a Papa Pump installation if you can upload some photographs of your site. Please upload your images by clicking on the link below.
Water Delivery Calculator
How much Free Water can you get
from 1 Papa Pump
1 Your Supply Head
Select the value nearest to your Supply Head
2 Your Delivery Height
Select the value nearest to your Delivery Height
3 Your Supply Flow
Daily Delivery of Free Water
If you require more water, you will need more than
1 Papa Pump for your installation
A Papa Pump is not recommended for your site as efficiencies may vary