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              3 Animations to explain the pulser pump
                          the pulser pump is versatile and the animations show why!
The animations were time consuming to make and I apologize for the different formats and colours
1   Animation of a basic pulser  pump    2 animated split process Pulser pump         3   inclined pipe animation
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Pulser pump in action! (simplest type)  Click here for split process pulser pump
                                                                                   (more complicated but often worth it)


 
 

  Animation of a split process pulser pump 12 oct 2003. The animal has enough water and need not drown or poop in the river anymore! Water and air flow should be apparent to viewers.
 Air suck down and Air lift up are separated by a pipe of low pressure air in  the split process type




1   Animation of a basic pulser  pump    2 animated split process Pulser pump         3   inclined pipe animation


          The air lift process at work in an in inclined pipe (Below)
7TH Aug. 99  Note that what actually happens is not as CLEAN. Air blows up through the pipe too and pushes  the "waves". Some waves are short and some are long and fill the pipe. There is some flow back too and this is picked up by the following wave. The waves "swish" along the pipes much more quickly than in the picture and they are usually further apart. The effect works best in inclines less than or equal to the incline shown in the picture.
      Please note    The tromp part of a pulser pump does not work on an incline.

 

1   Animation of a basic pulser  pump    2 animated split process Pulser pump         3   inclined pipe animation

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