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Cost of pumping for irrigation

O. L. Waller

Cost of pumping for irrigation

by O. L. Waller

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Published by State College of Washington, Extension Service in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irrigation pumps -- Cost of operation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBy O. L. Waller.
    SeriesState College of Washington. Extension Service [Bulletin] -- no. 103., Extension bulletin (Washington State University. Extension Service) -- 103.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17543492M
    OCLC/WorldCa26430183

    Irrigation pumps are sometimes an overlooked part of irrigation systems, but it’s a very important part as the pump is responsible for getting the water to the sprinkler heads. They are available in different designs with different technical features, such as capacity, power and efficiency. This buying guide highlights the different types of irrigation pumps, along with their performance and.   You need to include the costs of the piping and pumping. Don’t forget those pumps will need electricity and how it will be controlled. If it’s a potable supply, it will have wet tap, meter and backflow prevention costs. If the irrigation system obtains water from an existing pond, does it need to be dredged, even just around the intake?

    The cost of the well is based on a foot well, while the cost of the pump and gearhead is based on an 8 inch pump at a foot setting. The motor cost is based on the power required given the depth of the well and type of pump used. A natural gas power unit is assumed in these calculations. These. The automated irrigation system is a fully functional prototype which consists of a soil moisture sensor; an LCD display to show the moisture percentage and pump status; a relay module which used.

    i. Domestic wells with 2 to 5 horsepower submersible pumps (10 gal/minute average output) ii. Municipal water systems (for urban gardens) c) Fields: Larger blocks of plantings, mechanically cultivated d) Field irrigation water sources; note—minimum 10 gal/acre/minute recommended i. pumping can reduce the size and cost of the wet-well and allows the pumps to operate at maximum efficiency under a variety of flow conditions. Because variable-speed pumping allows lift station discharge to match inflow, only nominal wet-well storage volume is required and the well water level is maintained at a near constant elevation.


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