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Water Pump

A Hydram is historically known as a 'Hydraulic Ram Pump'. The core technology has been in operation for over 200 years. The Hydram uses the energy of flowing water to power itself, pumping water (or other liquids) from one location to another. The most common use for this tends to be from one height to another, for example, pumping water from a stream to a tank or reservoir. 

Smart Controller

Hydram Cycle

1 - Water flows downhill, through the drive pipe, into the Hydram.

2 - The flowing water forces the Impulse valve to close, creating a pressure wave.

3 - The pressure wave travels back up the system, through the delivery valve, and is captured by the air chamber.

4 - The high pressure in the air chamber is released by pumping water out of the delivery pipe.

The pressure within the Hydram is normalised and the Impulse valve re-opens – allowing the water to flow and the cycle to repeat.

Composite Hydram

National Runner Up 

HARP digitally controls the operation of the Hydram, solving the pump’s reliance on manual control to start, stop, and throttle. It unlocks the potential of these zero-carbon pump to decarbonise modern water systems.​


The HARP is available to be retrofitted on existing Hydrams. 

Smart Pump

The world's first


Zero Carbon


The Smart Hydram provides zero carbon water management, for a fraction of the cost of its powered competitors. Operating without fuel or electricity, is it applicable across the water sector, from irrigation to RO. The Smart Hydram unlocks the untapped potential of hydro-power to create a sustainable future for water.  
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