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Postby actonjohn19 » Wed Jun 27, 2012 8:48 am

Highly reliable Solar PV Water pump lifts the water from open well or borewells, works for 10 Hrs daily independently. Solar PV array powers the pump directly there is no battery in the system, lifts water from 3 mtrs to 50 mtrs head up to 30 mtrs capacity from 20,000 Lts to 60,000 Lts per day. Water produced by the pump can be stored in a tank or used directly for irrigation.
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