More content when such is available Personal FaQ:
Q: What cameras do you use for filming?
A: I use a couple cameras to film. The main camera is the Canon 7D with a 24-105mm lens. The other cameras that I use are the Gopro Hero 2 and the iPod Touch.
Q: What programs do you use to edit the videos on Land to House?
A: I use Adobe Premier Pro with After Effects.
Q: How much land do you own?
A: I was able to purchase 7 acres then a second purchase of .5 acres. Then in an auction I was able to get another  .5 acres. So I have a total of 8 acres. 
Ram pump FaQ:
Q: Can a Ram Pump work in a well?
A: No the ram pump must have water falling into the pump. It cant pull water from a well. 
Q: What is the potential of a Ram Pump?
A: The Ram Pump works on a ratio of approximately 1:7. Meaning that for every foot of head falling into the pump you will get seven feet of lift.

12 Responses to FAQ

  1. derek October 10, 2014 at 7:51 pm #

    Good day sir. I would like to ask about the operation of the pump. Do i need to have a constant head in my source? Or a constant pressure?

    • Seth Johnson
      Seth Johnson October 10, 2014 at 8:23 pm #

      Hello. Good question. The height that the pump will deliver water depends on the amount of head that is falling in the drive pipe that reaches the pump. So say you had a tank with a floating intake pipe, that sank with the lowering water, You would lose potential as the head lowered. So I would recommend a constant head but the pump will work with a changing head. As far as pressure goes you dont need pressure at the source for the pump to work. The pressure wave in the drive pipe needs to flow freely. So if you were to apply pressure to the source it would limit the “ram” effect. …. I hope this helps.

      • Dave Foster June 26, 2017 at 10:50 pm #

        Could the stand pipe be within ten feet of the ram pump?

        • Seth Johnson
          Seth Johnson June 27, 2017 at 7:57 am #

          You can make a drive pipe that short but there are some issues that can come up. The pressure wave is so short at this point that it can interfere with the waste valve cycle. I recommend at least 15 feet but 50 to 100 is best.

  2. Yuthana October 16, 2014 at 11:55 pm #

    Hello am Danny . Am installation ram pump but it no work . Can you tell me something . Did you put somthing in side the pressure tank?

    • Seth Johnson
      Seth Johnson October 17, 2014 at 12:12 am #

      Hello. Yes there is a rubber bike tube in the tank. This prevents the tank from becoming water logged. Your pump should work without this in the tank though as water logging takes time to occur.

  3. Eleanor Martires July 6, 2015 at 12:22 pm #

    please provide tel. Access – need some specifications — Eleanor Martires.

    • Seth Johnson
      Seth Johnson July 6, 2015 at 1:28 pm #

      Hello. At this time I only provide email support. I will likely have a phone setup in the next couple of months. Feel free to ask questions here on the site or at: landtohouse@gmail.com

  4. Daniel Caron June 25, 2017 at 11:01 am #

    Hi Seth, please put a search button on your website. I am looking for the Ugly Head Trimmer line.
    Thank you.

    • Seth Johnson
      Seth Johnson June 26, 2017 at 4:54 pm #

      There is now a search that will find posts.

  5. Hugh A Campbell September 28, 2017 at 6:31 am #

    Any details on using more than one pump (drive pipe to 1st pump which delivers water to holding tank, 2nd drive pipe back down to 2nd pump,etc) on the same line to increase overall height distance?

    • Seth Johnson
      Seth Johnson October 13, 2017 at 11:55 pm #

      That is a good question. I actually have a video showing how this works. I found that even with a 1-1/4″ ram pump it is not possible to supply enough water to a 1/2″ ram pump to increase the hight with the two pumps going 24/7. Now it is possible to run one pump to fill a tank at a hight and use that to run a second pump. Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umxcP4G3FXE

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