The Venturo is not available commercially yet. WPT is looking for partners to make the first installations as development sites
Planning and Surveying Your Venturo Site
First you need to do some measurements...
Step 2 - Supply Head
Measure/estimate the height of your potential Supply Head. This is the height between your water source and the where you can position your pump. See the guide to measuring heights here.
Step 3 - Delivery Head
Measure/estimate the height of your Delivery Head. This is the height between your pump and to where your water will be delivered. E.g. this could be a hill top storage tank or lagoon. See the guide to measuring heights here.
Typical Layout Example
Below is a typical system layout with the critical measurements indicated by the red boxes.
(Please note that if you are using a weir, this will replace the catchment tank)
Send your details to us!
Please include as much detail about your project as possible. We need your location - address, post/zip code, map co-ordinates, map image showing property and water source and a full explanation of the project and proposed installation. Please include as many photographs of the site as possible.
We will reply to you within 5 working days
giving you an overview assessment of the potential and feasibility of using zero energy water pumping at your site.
If the project is feasible, our technical director will be in touch to advise on the next steps of site surveying. Also, our commercial director will contact you regarding your preferred finance model and the possibility of becoming a development partner.
Do you really need a Venturo?
Papa Multi Pump Systems
If you need more water than a Papa Pump can provide but don't need the full output of a Venturo, you should consider a Papa Multi-Pump System - You run up to 10 Pumps in parallel using one supply tank, one supply pipe and one delivery pipe to give you an incredible water delivery. The other advantage is that while you are performing maintenance on one pump, the rest keep going giving you uninterrupted water delivery.