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DIY Shallow Well Pump Installation | Off Grid Cabin Build #54

  • Жарияланды 2019 ж. 26 Қар.

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  • kenairockband
    kenairockband 2 жыл бұрын +2

    Thanks for posting your progress. I’m a first timer putting in a very similar system for our yurt in the interior of Alaska. It’s good confidence booster to watch others doing it for themselves.

  • Sand Hollow Homestead
    Sand Hollow Homestead 3 жыл бұрын +3

    Great progress! Being inside for the winter and getting the necessary items done is awesome! Breathe! Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

  • Michael Chugg
    Michael Chugg 3 жыл бұрын +2

    Man, I kept an average of 30 goldfish alive and reproducing over 17 years and 2 shallow well pumps. I could connect easily to the fittings and the electrical and the head pressure. The pond had a fabulous waterfall thanks to those shallow well pumps. Loved your solution as it reminds me of myself. All the best with it as you continue on. Great video!

  • Mark Pickett
    Mark Pickett 3 жыл бұрын +13

    I know you have plenty to do already, but, if you find your water pressure situation is still problematic in the future, whether it’s multiple uses at the same time or velocity at a hose bib, you may find that replacing the pvc/pex tubing between the tank and the pump with 1” or larger tubing greatly improves your systems performance. Any pressurized system is only as good as it’s delivery pressure and/or volume - in this case, volume. It may never be a problem, but later, if the water pressure drops significantly in the shower when the kitchen sink is turned on, that may be a good first step that helps. Also - helpful tip - there is a distinct right and wrong direction to use a pipe wrench and/or channel locks. Using them backwards is never a good idea. You can hurt yourself if the teeth lose their grip as well as getting a decidedly less powerful effect when using your tool. Smashing your knuckles or worse can really dampen your spirits! 😉 Carry on, my friend! You are doing very well! God bless!

      DEEREMEYER1  Жыл бұрын +1

      Pressure is flow x restriction. And "low water pressure" is a LACK OF FLOW. "Increasing" the size of plumbing to a faucet does not give you "more water pressure" and the "appliances" - faucets and all other "flow control valves" are always the "choke points" in a system and until you supply more SUPPLY FLOW you'll never get more "watet pressure". Especially using a SHALLOW WELL "JET" PUMP AS A "BOOSTER PUMP" and "sizing down" the PUMP INLET TO "MATCH" THE PUMP OUTLET and idiotically installing a 1 1/4" check valve "upstream" of the ACTUAL "downsized" 1" system inlet at the actual "source" where a FOOT VALVE should be located to keep the entire suction line primed.
      The "half horsepower" pump finally "surged" at 800+ watts - more than 1 HP since 1 HP = 740+ watts - several seconds after "startup" because the SYSTEM was not primed and an "inverter" connected to "electrical storage device" AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES not being "charged" by an AUTOMOTIVE CHARGING SYSTEM that actually supplies ALL an automobile's electricity after "startup" and the initial "surge" load will NEVER supply "115V" at the

  • GoldensRule45
    GoldensRule45 2 жыл бұрын +1

    The pressure switch actually opens the circuit when it arrives at the cut off pressure and stays off until the pressure set point to re activate the pump. These 2 pressures are usually 15 psi apart so the pump isn't turning on and off( short cycling) Storage bladder tank helps greatly with that as well

  • J Schiek
    J Schiek 6 ай бұрын

    Recently moved to North Idaho myself and found myself in a situation virtually identical to yours here. We’re off grid and were running water to our two story home off an RV pump. Both the original and backup RV pumps fried out and we upgraded to a 1/2 hp shallow well pump, very much like yours. This video was TREMENDOUSLY helpful in getting ours up and running. We had 2 weeks with no running water and it was a nightmare. On the chance that you read this, I wanted to ask if you found any ways to make your pump more efficient on the electrical side of things? We’re running on solar and I’ve noticed a single toilet flush can reduce our battery output by as much as half a volt (which would normally take hours with our other, more energy efficient lights and appliances). We can run the generator if we need to, but it ain’t, you know…Boss. Anyway, LOVE this video! Thank you so much for posting! A debt of gratitude for having running water goes to you, and your excellent play by play instructions!

  • R. Intehar
    R. Intehar  Жыл бұрын +1

    Just a little DIY comment, I always use teflon tape on steel threads before putting the pipe dope on. Makes the fittings easier to tighten and if you need to un-do it for any reason, it comes apart more easily.

  • Koality of Life
    Koality of Life 3 жыл бұрын +3

    Make sure and seal that pressure switch really good so no bugs can get into it. Don't need a bug falling in between the contacts and keeping it from turning on. :)

  • J Schiek
    J Schiek 6 ай бұрын

    Wild coincidence, I’m also setting up an off grid property in North Idaho and am getting ready to install a shallow well pump (Burcam) to replace the janky Shurflo RV pump that miraculously worked to give us showers in our two story home for almost three months. Thanks very much for the great video!

  • William Lane
    William Lane  Жыл бұрын

    Great video man. I have the same rv pump. Works but not that well. This is exactly what I need for my setup. Thanks for doing a video start to finish. Nice work!

  • Garybonz
    Garybonz 2 жыл бұрын +1

    My suggestion, connect the check valve to the outlet so the pump spins up faster this will be easier on your inverter and the motor. If you do this you need to plug the threaded outlet that the pressure switch is connected to and connect the pressure switch somewhere on the house side of the check valve.

  • Grant W. Whitwam
    Grant W. Whitwam 2 жыл бұрын +3

    I always use that clear reinforced line to hookup our pumps, great to see the water.

  • selador11
    selador11 3 жыл бұрын

    A better way to run the current setup would have been to get a lawn tractor battery. Hook up to the pump. And put a float charger, or battery maintainer on the battery. And put a cheap check valve just before the pump. You could even make your own check valve with a couple cheap fittings, and a marble. Since you've done a major upgrade in pumps, this advice is pretty much for anyone else wanting to do a setup like your original. =0)

  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith 2 жыл бұрын +2

    These pumps are really cheap, and work great! Just watch out for your prime side... If anything happens and your not around, you will burn up the pump if the intake goes dry. Water hammer has destroyed my connector multiple times, but no more! Finally diy'd it correctly. lol

  • Tim Fergel
    Tim Fergel 3 жыл бұрын +2

    Now that your house is still open, make sure that your water heater installation meets code requirements because you will need to have your future gas piping inspected. Propane companies will not set or fill large tanks without an approved gas system that has been "blessed" by the inspector.

  • Fort Woods
    Fort Woods  Жыл бұрын

    I’ve been watching your videos for awhile, but this one really helped me. I need a pump like yours that can run off an inverter. Now I know what to get for my off grid setup. Thanks a million!

  • dper1112
    dper1112 3 жыл бұрын +1

    You're using compression fittings, which work with both PEX A and PEX B. As you noted, compression fittings have the annoying effect that the fitting itself is narrower than the diameter of the pipe, which isn't ideal for high water flow. To get around this, you could use PEX A and expansion fittings. When those go on, the PEX is stretched, and it then shrinks over the fitting, such that both the pipe and fitting have the same diameter. But it's more expensive and you also need a special tool.
    My guess is the pump noise will only matter at night. If someone gets up and uses the bathroom, then when the pump kicks on, if the noise is loud enough to wake people up, you'll probably just add some insulation to the floor (which one imagines you'll do anyway), and if needed an extra box around it down in the crawl space, and that will fix that.
    On-demand hot water heaters like that are quite common in Europe and Asia, which explains why they're in C. In the U.S., the most common water heating method is an immersion element, and in places with really expensive electricity, those have not been affordable for a long time, thus on-demand heaters.

  • Daventry
    Daventry 3 жыл бұрын +26

    always a good idea to use 2 wrenches when tightening fittings.

  • Andrew Bradley
    Andrew Bradley 3 жыл бұрын +2

    Wow loving all your progress well done

  • Frank Rodriguez
    Frank Rodriguez 3 жыл бұрын

    i'm really happy for you guys. keep up the great work..

    GLENN ROBINSON 2 жыл бұрын

    I have heard of holding tanks floating out of the ground when the water level gets too low inside the tank. Maybe if there is an air vent this is less likely to happen.

  • Nomad Firekeeper
    Nomad Firekeeper 3 жыл бұрын +1

    Might put insolated box around the pump to quiten it down, plus to keep it from freezing. Just an idea.(-: love watching your videos.

  • Time To Rock!
    Time To Rock! 2 жыл бұрын +3

    Always a great feeling when, "a plan comes together." Especially plumbing!

  • Paul Bruni
    Paul Bruni 2 жыл бұрын

    Nice job man. Please make sure to plug that pump into a GFI. If you can get 220v to that pump you will draw 1/2 the amps. Not sure if you have a conduit running from the inverter to under the house though. Keep on keeping on.

    • Anthony Parker
      Anthony Parker  Жыл бұрын

      I was thinking the same thing if he was running a 220 it wouldn't draw as much amps maybe 400 I could tell by his voice that he wasn't excited about the 880 amps also if the motor is using less amps thenvi promise you it will last longer

  • Edgar Acosta
    Edgar Acosta 2 жыл бұрын

    Hi Martin just jumped ahead a bit and saw that you were using the Klein 11 and 1 👍👍👍 I’ll been using them for over 30 plus years Klein makes great Electrical tools and consider the best for the trade. Really liked the progress you’ve made family included since it’s been a family affair

  • John Flynn
    John Flynn 3 жыл бұрын +3

    I like to see a plan come together, great video

  • Garybonz
    Garybonz 2 жыл бұрын

    You can also add a larger bladder tank and the pump won't cycle near as much.

  • Glen Schmidt
    Glen Schmidt 3 жыл бұрын +2

    Happy Thanksgiving to your family, the blessings you have to be thankful for! Don't know if this is a quick temporary install, but those steel fitting are short lived in potable water. Check valve will work on suction, but discharge is better location for best performance. Age old rule of thumb to follow "no restrictions on pump suction". Some pump designs can't handle restrictions on suction, others are more forgiving. God Bless!

  • meza201011
    meza201011 3 жыл бұрын +2

    Enjoy watchung your videos. Teflon tape would also help with using on the fittings then top it of with pipe dope. Makes a better seal then just dope alone. Dont know if anyone else suggested it on comments below. Just some advise. I had fittings leaked before just using dope by it self. Keep it up . Great videos.

  • vmitchinson
    vmitchinson  Жыл бұрын

    To get full flow use a gate valve or a ball valve.

  • Donald Saunders
    Donald Saunders 2 жыл бұрын

    Great video Martin very well explained 👍

  • Greg Kahle
    Greg Kahle 3 жыл бұрын +1

    Looking good, awesome job!

  • Sree Kumar
    Sree Kumar 2 жыл бұрын

    021321/0631h PST Thanks. I’m watching this episode, just today and happy to see the pressure pump function successfully. Hard work and such perseverance and relentless, that too. Sir .... hats off to you. Cheers. 73s...

  • A. R. Moya Papita Waira
    A. R. Moya Papita Waira  Жыл бұрын

    Bro, the same here, my pump (trykkpumpe) is also under the house, but I think it is a very uncomfortable place when it comes to provide maintenance to the pump or system. We are moving it out into an accessible box. Here gets -30 in winter. Thank you all for sharing. ✌️

  • jeff kish
    jeff kish 3 жыл бұрын +1

    I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned. You might want to install a vapor barrier on the floor of the crawlspace it looks like you have alot of moisture wicking up from the ground .

    • Matthew Kiser
      Matthew Kiser 3 жыл бұрын

      Several have mentioned even though he has said and shown plastic barrier folded and laying on crawl space floor. He just wanted to get plumbing and anything else done so it wouldn’t be damaged from dropped tools and scooting around on it. Plus at time didn’t have roof dried in and didn’t want any rain water coming though floor pooling up on it

  • Prestone
    Prestone 3 жыл бұрын +1

    Legend. Thank you for showing the pressure afterwards.

  • dave bohnert
    dave bohnert 3 жыл бұрын +1

    smaller motor wouldn't work harder. probably a little smaller flow rate and less lift. but your source is at ground level so the lift isn't an issue and am sure a much better4 flow rat than pulling it from under ground. and certainly less strain on your battery bank. good luck Dave

  • Wayne The Seine
    Wayne The Seine 3 жыл бұрын

    Awesome set up with the pump.

  • D brown
    D brown 3 жыл бұрын

    Not sure about your clear hose, is it rated for 60psi ? I know it's temporary, just saying. Great video, luv watching you guys. So positive in every aspect.

  • MrTrekFanDan
    MrTrekFanDan 2 жыл бұрын +3

    Subbed. 🤔. Word of advice for all....replace your standard pressure tank switch with an automatic low pressure shut-off lever....
    AND add a “low water” power shut off at a calculated distance above the pump.
    These two tips will save your pump and water.
    Especially with low yield/recovery wells.

    • DTM
      DTM  Жыл бұрын

      Do you have a link for the low water shut off that can work in a system like this ?

  • Arnita Jasman
    Arnita Jasman 3 жыл бұрын +2

    Senang sekali lihat proses pembuatan rumahnya 😍😍😍😍

    • Jon Gibran
      Jon Gibran 3 жыл бұрын

      Yah ada yg begadang😁

  • Phil&Shali Schieffer
    Phil&Shali Schieffer 3 жыл бұрын

    Wow very impressive. Love the enthusiasm, too.

  • metamud
    metamud 3 жыл бұрын +2

    9:30 not sure what kind of mixture of metals you're using there, but it looks like an interesting combination of stainless steel, galvanized and brass fittings. You may want to look up what happens when you mix those fittings as far as galvanic corrosion is concerned.

    • Joseph Riad
      Joseph Riad 3 жыл бұрын +1

      Johnny AppleStead
      really !
      he is building his home from scratch , asking for direction at every step , reading a huge piles of manuals and sometimes he have to wing it to keep going
      he is not doing any mistakes by intention if any are made
      he asks and inspect and learn
      the worst club ever is the i told you so it just for showing off
      just give your 2 cents and hope for the best

    • Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living
      Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living  3 жыл бұрын +1

      It will be a fun experiment 🧪 maybe you will qualify for my I TOLD YOU SO CLUB.

    • metamud
      metamud 3 жыл бұрын

      Then at least it works in theory. Time will tell if it works in practice too. :-)

    • Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living
      Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living  3 жыл бұрын +1

      Asked the inspector it is all good.

  • hvn fun
    hvn fun 3 жыл бұрын

    You may wish to change your meter to “AMPS”. You are running everything off of your batteries and your batteries are measured in AMP hours. Therefore knowing how many AMPs something is pulling, you can tell determine how long your batteries will last. Most off griders plan their electric usage. During a sunny day, when your panels are making more than you are using, the vacuum is run and the wash is done. When you finish out your water supply you may want to look for a large pressure storage tank.

    • WM12ga
      WM12ga 3 жыл бұрын

      hvn fun He already knows it pulls 8 amps. He said that when talking about the wiring. Besides not too difficult to calculate the amps if you know the voltage and wattage..

  • Old Fart
    Old Fart 3 жыл бұрын +1

    Martin, you all are doing a great job. I sincerely believe that the good lord has talk to you. And has lead your family to Idaho for safety/biblical reasons. Your plan on your homestead is the right direction. I seen in the comments that you were in the Army. Officer or NCO? I am retire Army, Master Sergeant. God Bless and Happy Thanksgiving to the Johnson Family.

  • Kevin B
    Kevin B 3 жыл бұрын

    How often will the pump need to be primed? Great stuff!

  • Survival Living
    Survival Living 3 жыл бұрын +1

    Very informative video. Much appreciated. Been going over many designs for water storage and delivery for our homestead. Your design will work perfectly for our needs. Thanks again for sharing your journeys with us. Its very helpful 👍

  • andrew briant
    andrew briant 3 жыл бұрын

    Hello from Down under, I take my hat off to you guys you and the kids have done well to get the comforts you enjoy now, I look forward to seeing all the new videos

    DEEREMEYER1  Жыл бұрын +1

    You have to prime the ENTIRE suction side of the system including everything "downstream" of the pump inlet and that check valve you installed at the wrong end of the suction line.

  • Danny Richard
    Danny Richard  Жыл бұрын

    Hi. Has your pump held up? Have you had any issues with it? So many pumps with mixed reviews out there. I'd like to buy the one you used, but gotta know how it's doing today

  • No More Libs
    No More Libs 3 жыл бұрын

    Good vid, More useful info embedded in there than you think. Thanks.

  • John Etheriedge
    John Etheriedge 2 жыл бұрын +2

    Why do you insist on using an Ford A model wrench instead of a pipe wrench when dealing with pipe fittings? Also you should use 2 wrenches to tighten all joints! Enjoy seeing all your adventures!

  • Cesar Caoili
    Cesar Caoili 2 жыл бұрын

    i am pretty much interested in DIY style, Martin my friend thanks for showing me your video & i live in Thailand retired from USA, taking care of my old Father-in-law & i am fixing his house to off grid just like you.

  • selador11
    selador11 3 жыл бұрын

    Absolutely agreed about the pex diameter. For decades, (a century and more?), plumbing dimensions have been universal in the US. If it says 3/4"... It measures 3/4" inside. But along comes pex, and if it says 3/4", it is ALMOST 3/4" outside diameter. I'm surprised they got by with that.
    Also agreed about the hose bib and it's small hole. If you need the greater flow, find a gate valve type hose bib. GREAT idea, using that for a drain! And you can use a hose to get the water outside the crawlspace.
    Heater: American flag on the front, but it won't show the temperature in freedom degrees. LOL

  • Housewife In The Woods
    Housewife In The Woods 3 жыл бұрын +4

    We have a similar pump, I dunno what ur bank holds but... my pump really bangs my solar. Just a suggestion, if u can, add another holding tank, so u can have more water stored and it isn't kicking on and off as much. Especially at night. I ADORE mine **edit** adore my pump, still don't have another tank..... we went without running water for a few years and this year I got hot running water at my kitchen sink 😍😍😍 heaven ♡ I'm just loving your videos! And your family is so beautiful ♡
    ***edit... we have the same type hot water heater, has never been a problem indoors at all

    • Housewife In The Woods
      Housewife In The Woods 3 жыл бұрын +2

      @Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living us too, we still don't have an add on.... baby steps ... you guys are cruising tho! So much fun to watch, and I'm learning a lot too... we've made a lot of mistakes 😶

    • Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living
      Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living  3 жыл бұрын +1

      We will probably add another tank when we can afford it. One step at a time.

  • Martin Miller
    Martin Miller 2 жыл бұрын

    Interesting and great production value sir.

  • Paulla Wells
    Paulla Wells 3 жыл бұрын

    Congratulations on the upgrade. Woo hoo! Have a great thanksgiving!!

  • Yasmin Ghani
    Yasmin Ghani 2 жыл бұрын

    Excellent idea

  • Gobuilditbetter
    Gobuilditbetter 3 жыл бұрын +7

    Marty, I have been watching since the footings were poured and this is the first time you mentioned that you served. Big Thank you Sir.

    CAOS VISION  Жыл бұрын

    que buen video compadre. gracias por compartir

  • Robin Frazier
    Robin Frazier 2 жыл бұрын

    Well I wish you the best of luck with that foren pump as I have had 3 of them that didn't last for very long but my American made pump has been going for 8 years now . Rob.

    HUX METAL WORKS 3 жыл бұрын

    Great job love your work can you tell me what size is your system battery bank and solar panel I'm building the same off grid system and your help would be greatly appreciated

  • Melicoy
    Melicoy 3 жыл бұрын

    AWESOME FANTASTIC !!!! Nice work !!!

  • Daventry
    Daventry 3 жыл бұрын

    That's why it is reasonable to use a ball type tap.

  • Jared Dowling
    Jared Dowling  Жыл бұрын

    Ahhhh this is so similar to what I wanna do.
    We have city water. But we have a shallow well in the backyard. 25ft deep. I want to setup a pump/tank combo like what you have but I’d rather use solar power to run it.
    I know nothing about solar power. How can I figure out the best solar setup to supply power for a pump like that? Obviously in expensive as possible. It’ll be used for outdoor stuff(chickens, garden, etc), not to supply the house.

  • Robert Huckeby
    Robert Huckeby 2 жыл бұрын

    Gotta question. I watched three of your videos regarding the well you dug... that only got chocolate out of it. What finally happened with that well?

  • Paul Johnson
    Paul Johnson 2 жыл бұрын

    Well pie and tubing are measured different. One in measured internal diameter the other external. Hence the difference

  • Oddbjørn Gebhardt
    Oddbjørn Gebhardt 2 жыл бұрын +1

    You won't hear anything of that pump when you isolate the underfloor and get the floor hatch on. And your feet will thank you for the warmer floor.

  • liezle londonio
    liezle londonio  Жыл бұрын

    Nice job what size of electrical wire did you use and plug. Did you plug the pump power to regular outlet.

  • Kyle Beard
    Kyle Beard 3 жыл бұрын

    great job!

  • JonJ Vlogs
    JonJ Vlogs 3 жыл бұрын

    Wow, that is a nice screwdriver! Nice video.

    • JonJ Vlogs
      JonJ Vlogs 3 жыл бұрын

      Looks like everybody left you for that time being

  • Old Couple Homesteading
    Old Couple Homesteading 3 жыл бұрын

    Thank you for the informative & entertaining video. I loved it. Art in CA

  • Terece LaBrune
    Terece LaBrune 7 ай бұрын

    If you have the pump with the pressure tank attached do you know if you still need the big blue tank in the house? Thank you

  • Vico Brians Octavian
    Vico Brians Octavian 3 жыл бұрын

    Good work & nice work :)

  • Khalil Raki
    Khalil Raki 3 жыл бұрын

    how much power (watts) does the pump is using? I have a harbor freight shallow well pump and it is consuming 2000 watts

  • John Merton
    John Merton 2 жыл бұрын

    get some 90mm sewer pipe,-paint it black- run your water through it and set it up in the sun before your electric hot water and it'll take alot of load off you power supply. I've done that and in the summer midday it is too hot to use but cools later -winter just right temperature.Careful in hot weather pipe may burst if too high pump pressure as the pipe can soften.

  • Talli Sman
    Talli Sman 2 жыл бұрын

    Gate valve... Much large through flow...
    Also you should get 1/4 turn faucets, which are ball valve

  • Lauro Garza
    Lauro Garza  Жыл бұрын

    good job on your explanation for the pump hookup, but you are using two dissimilar metals and that will last only a few years and then have problems the best wpuld be to use PVC.

  • Alex Zabala
    Alex Zabala  Жыл бұрын

    What is the exact name of that pump tank configuration and how much did it cost?

  • saucy2ubud
    saucy2ubud 3 жыл бұрын

    did you end up venting the water heater - if you have a video what # is it?

  • Herman Gerrits
    Herman Gerrits 3 жыл бұрын

    The pump is cast iron. You will get rusty water in the future. Stainless steel pump would be better, I think.

  • Alexis DeVille
    Alexis DeVille 2 жыл бұрын

    Hope you set the voltage on the pump to 115 volts?

  • mrdavidelliott
    mrdavidelliott 2 жыл бұрын

    Is that 1" black poly pioe you used? In your crawl space?

  • Bracer Cayman
    Bracer Cayman 3 жыл бұрын

    Great job Martin.

  • Michael Teti
    Michael Teti 2 жыл бұрын

    Do appreciate what you do!

  • John Cochrane
    John Cochrane 2 жыл бұрын

    I would only use brass fittings, just a personal preference

  • nicholas John
    nicholas John 3 жыл бұрын +1

    Thank you for your service! Which branch did you serve in? I was in the Marine Corps!

  • Crux Interfacing Solutions
    Crux Interfacing Solutions 2 жыл бұрын

    I've seen your other videos as well as this one, continue the great work, please check us out.

  • Built By Ross
    Built By Ross 3 жыл бұрын

    IMO you should run the pump on 220, I don’t know what you have for an inverter if it puts out 220 definitely switch it. It will put less strain on the system including the pump/ run more efficiently

    • Joseph Saucedo
      Joseph Saucedo 2 жыл бұрын

      @Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living he is trying to let you no it is cheaper and better to run on 220 then 110. I do this for a living.👌✌️👍

    • Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living
      Martin Johnson - Off Grid Living  3 жыл бұрын

      It is only 120v

  • Talli Sman
    Talli Sman 2 жыл бұрын

    I also noticed your pump to 115 volt, should run as much on 220 volt as you can, you can run small gauge wire longer distance than 115 volt... Cost less in material and uses less amps to operate!!!

  • Aud K
    Aud K  Жыл бұрын

    I'm hoping mine works. Mine says 10a 120v ... I know my battery bank flipped out on a 11a coffee machine. I have the exact same set up... a dc pump, trying to switch to ac pump, higher pressure so I can run my instant hot water tank, because the pressure seems to be the issue with my hot water tank. But I am very concerned this will be too much for my windmill solar battery bank. On my 2000w 24v inverter. I'm most worried about the amps

  • Gilbert Mick
    Gilbert Mick 3 жыл бұрын +4

    Bravo Martin tu connais beaucoup de choses c,est vrai qu'on tu à une maison faut tout savoir faire 🤗😉🇫🇷🇫🇷🇫🇷🇫🇷🇫🇷

    • Cathy Durocher
      Cathy Durocher  Жыл бұрын

      Should use brass fittings that galvanized will eventually rust & leak

  • Sylvain Maher
    Sylvain Maher 3 жыл бұрын +1

    The best flow valve is a ball valve!

  • Ben Boudreau
    Ben Boudreau 2 жыл бұрын +1

    I never use 2 hose clamps! The only time that two would be needed is on a well pump deep down in the well with the pump hanging from the pipe!

  • En alfian Liwa
    En alfian Liwa 3 жыл бұрын +2

    anda orang hebat pk martin....👍👍👍👍👍👍 semangat pk martin..