Assemble in a stream bed where you can get water to fall 20 inches.
Water always pours into the high side of the 'see-saw'. When the high side gets heavy it tilts . . .
. . . applying great leverage to a piston which forces water into . . .
. . . check valves . . . . . . . easily removed for cleaning . . .
|. . . .which directs water into a pressure tank to even the flow.
Base of concrete weighs 200 lbs to keep pump in place during heavy flow events.
A roto mold has been made and we're moving out of the prototype phase.