A Dramatic Benefit – Installation onto an Existing Mark II/III/VLOM or AFRIDEV Pedestal

While the extensive site preparation discussed in the TCO is not required for our pump, if a Simple Pump is replacing one of these pumps, we have developed a way to install our pump on a pre-existing installation, with a minimum of cost and disruption.

With a site that already has the Mark II/III/VLOM or AFRIDEV pedestal installed (sunk into concrete), our Pedastal-to-Casing Adapter bolts to the top of the existing pedestal.

Then, our pump is installed on top of that attachment, as it would be on any well casing. The height of the Simple Pump can be adjusted about 2.5 feet up or down; in this configuration, we expect that it will be installed with almost no riser tube extending out of our new Adapter.

Water in Developing Nations – and The Real Costs of Well Pumps.
Each Page in this section is standalone, but they do form an integrated logic.

The Problem
Changing Basic Concepts
SP v Competitors: Intro
True Dollar Costs
Reliability as Purchase Factor
Added Risk
In Summary
Reliable Water or Local Manufacturing – Which?
Install on Existing Pump Pedestal

11adaptor 12adaptorcapPEDESTAL TO SIMPLE PUMP ADAPTER
(WITH SPCO’S 4″ WELL CAP ON WHICH THE PUMP WILL BE MOUNTED.)