Davis & Shirtliff has commenced the installation of a range of solar-powered water pumps in rural Kenya to attach poor households with reliable water provide.
The low-powered solar pumps dubbed, Dayliff Sunflo, are available in full kits that include the PV modules, pump and all accessories for an entire installation. Power requirements for these pumps are as little as 150W.
Davis & Shirtliff Chairman, Mr. Alec Davis mentioned water entry challenges have been compounded by an over-supply of expensive diesel and electric powered generators and pumps that stay out of attain for the agricultural population.
“These installations are costly to purchase, run and keep and aren’t viable for poorer rural requirements,” mentioned Mr. Davis.
Rural households with ability to afford a water pumping system however lack entry to house electrical energy depend on traditional hand pumps given the absence of suitable alternatives.
UNICEF and the World Health Organization via a 2017 Joint monitoring Programme on water and sanitation reported forty per cent of the country’s households lack access to water.
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It means close to twenty million Kenyans dwelling mainly in rural areas and the urban slums still depend on unimproved water sources, such as ponds, shallow wells and rivers.
“With the extraordinary improvement of photo voltaic technology over the previous decade when it comes to both cost reduction and know-how a much better different is now obtainable – photo voltaic powered pumping systems,” stated Mr. Davis.
“Benefits of this new answer are large with capital prices of the pumps being decrease than traditional hand pumps and providing completely cost and maintenance free operation – techniques simply begin with the solar and pump all day,” stated Mr. Davis.
ราคาเกจวัดแรงดันลม provide outputs from 1 to 12 m3 per day at heads up to 70 metres with other options being available. However, for the majority of hand pump installations decrease heads are more common.
Dayliff has additionally designed a special tank and tower resolution with capacities of up to 3000 litres which would possibly be very price effective, light and straightforward to put in with the choice of the PV modules mounted on the tower for smaller installations.
“These Dayliff water supply solutions are certainly game altering in so many ways and can completely remodel lives providing much greater reliable water availability for rural communities,” added Mr. Davis.