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Windmill Hand Pumps from American Windmills

American Windmills provides a range of windmill hand pumps. These pumps are attached to the windmill with the aid of a flat bar. The windmill hand pump comprises an inbuilt packing gland that functions as a sanitary system. This gland facilitates the windmill to pump water up to a slightly higher elevation to reach the height of the storage tank. The unique feature of this windmill hand pump from American Windmills is that it can be detached from the windmill and pumped using hand, when there is no wind. The windmill cylinder can be installed inside the well that eliminates the need for a second cylinder.

Windmill Hand Pump

The windmill hand pump also facilitates attaching a jack pump either to an electric or a gas motor. This attachment option results in pumping the lower cylinder using various options of electric motor, hand, wind or gas. The windmill hand pump system provided by American Windmills is supplied with different components such as threaded rod, pump rod, lower cylinder, pipe, a nipple, base flange and adapter.

The windmill hand pump is also available with a garden hose adapter that facilitates watering the garden. The compression spout included in the windmill hand pump helps to pump water even up hill or to any location. The hand pump stroke of the windmill pump can be adjusted according to requirements.


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