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The Grundfos line of SQFlex submersible pumps can deliver water efficiently from 400' using solar, wind, or generator power.
Lorentz is re-arranging their distributorship and there may be some extended lead times.
Please call for availability and current pricing.
The Lorentz line of submersible pumps is the most cost-effective way to deliver water from depths up to 760' using solar or generator power.
This surface pump can draw
water from a shallow source (well, spring, pond, river, lake, etc.),
push it as high as 230 feet (~100 psi), and deliver as much as 5,600
gallons per day.
Designed to provide city water
pressure (up to 65 psi) from a shallow water source using DC battery
power or any 115 VAC source.
The Slowpumps can draw water
from a shallow source (well, spring, lake, river, etc.) and push it as
high as 450' vertically and through miles of pipeline.
This powerful diaphragm surface pump can draw water from a shallow source (well, spring, lake, river, etc.) and provide as much as 5,400 gallons per day pushing water as high as 960 feet.
(*Some Dankoff products have a 1-2 week lead time. Call for
Shurflo 9300 Series Submersible Pump
9300 Series pumps are backed by 25 years of research and engineering
Check out these shallow well/high volume and deep well/low volume example solar water pumping systems featuring the Lorentz solar water pumps.
Example Of A Lorentz Solar-Powered Stock Watering & Aeration System
||Saving Arctic Grayling with a
Solar-Powered Stock Watering & Aeration System
Helping Restore Salmon In Southern Oregon
||Pump system restores salmon
run on the Deschutes river in Oregon
Solar Center Pivot Irrigation System In Saskatchewan, Canada
||With the cost of photovoltaic
power coming down, many farmers, ranchers and other agricultural growers
are finding solar pumping to be a cost effective method of providing
adequate water for their crops or livestock.