solar water pump -Solar Water Pumping System Installation in a water well. Robison Solar.

September 23, 2013 – 3:21 pm

** A Robison Solar Systems employee goes out in the field with a rancher and videos and talks about his installation of one of theRobison solar powered water Pumpi … Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 28 Responses to “solar water pump -Solar Water Pumping System Installation in a water well. Robison Solar.”

  2. the only controlls needed to run our pumps are in the pumps themselves. An additional water level controller can be installed to maintain the water level in the storage tank yet shut the pump off when the tank get’s full.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  3. first I want to apologize for it taking so long for me to answer your question. I had not noticed it until recently. These pumps are not really rated in HP but if they were it would be about an 1/8-1/4 hp…they perform differently than most standard AC HP pumps in the fact that they run a smaller gallon per minute but do it all day long compared to most AC pumps which may kick on for a few minutes when needed and flow a higher gallon per minute. Thanks for your interest.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  4. is there a controller on this?

    By sundogforlove on Sep 23, 2013

  5. H – What kind of Horsepower is the BL40Q pump ? thnx

    By kdm7mms on Sep 23, 2013

  6. This particular well is not very deep, around 40 ft. if I remember right. We have pumps that can pump from as deep as 600 ft. though. Check out our website for more details. solarpumps (dot) com

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  7. How deep is the water source?

    By BobbyWanKenobi11 on Sep 23, 2013

  8. This particular pump produces about 4 gallons per minute maximum but does create 85 pounds of pressure. So, if you want to water a lawn or something it will do it with low volume high pressure sprinkler heads. My partner in this business has a system like this running now. You have to divide you area into zones and only water a peice at a time, but it does work. Very careful attention must be paid to freezing weather or back pressure against the pump. We have larger systems also

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  9. Thanks, I was looking for something to be off the grid with a pre existing well pump that is used in a home for showering and running water. Thanks

    By willey dok on Sep 23, 2013

  10. solarpumps(dot)com (place a period where the (dot) is….this is some jacked up stuff that youtube won’t let me post my website in a comment.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  11. That system excluding the pipe for down hole and the pole to mount the panel on cost $1,770.00. You can view all information with pricing on all systems at our website. Thanks for your interest.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  12. How much did this all cost?

    By willey dok on Sep 23, 2013

  13. The pump will build 85 pounds of pressure. With a single panel system like this, pumping from this depth it will produce about 2.5 gpm. We have systems that can pump as much as 70 gpm from this depth.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  14. We are using a single 85 watt panel here. We also sell the Robison pump in a kit with two 85 watt panels. The energy consumption of the pump varies greatly depending on the depth that you are pumping from.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  15. please tell me, you got alot more water pressure, thats a huge panel and the pump was a fair size too.

    By InDaPlan on Sep 23, 2013

  16. it’s a great system I have been checking the net just wish I could afford it .I need a pump like this for my farm it’s to far to run electric to where i need a well.

    By swivelgate on Sep 23, 2013

  17. solarpumps (dot) com. except as I am sure you have guessed, use a . for the (dot) ;O) I can’t figure out their reasoning for not letting the video owner not post his web address????

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  18. solarpumps (dot) com………may this will get through. Go to our products page for full prices of all the systems

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  19. This getting really frustrating, do they have some saftey device that won’t let you comment the address of a web site??

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 23, 2013

  20. I had a rather lenghty reply and explanation before, but it won’t seem to let me post my web address even now for some reason.

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 24, 2013

  21. I am sorry I have tried to reply repeatedly over the last few weeks, it kept locking up on me. Not sure if it was the length of the post or that I was trying to put our web site address in there

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 24, 2013

  22. Full prices list on our site. Smallest standard kit starts at $1,650.00

    By Mark Fuqua on Sep 24, 2013

  23. nope…still waiting..lol

    By bob ren Sy on Sep 24, 2013

  24. did fou get reply to your request
    for price?

    By terrydropt on Sep 24, 2013

  25. great video
    will attempt to emulate

    By terrydropt on Sep 24, 2013

  26. exelente video es muy educatibo y practico, GRACIAS.

    By marcos guerra on Sep 24, 2013

  27. Good video, but slightly long. In our country, not only water, but even bandwidth comes at a premium ;)

    By Rajesh K on Sep 24, 2013

  28. habbo

    By cheick Lunnick on Sep 24, 2013

  29. Good job!

    By AsifBok on Sep 24, 2013

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