Compress Air with No Moving Parts! – Trompe

From Practical Engineering.

A brief overview of this ingenious method of compressing air using only the power of water.

The way a trompe harnesses the power of water to generate compressed air with no moving parts is fascinating and its use is seeing a small revival in modern days. A trompe can be useful in off-grid aquaponics and hydroponic systems that need aeration of the water. And, in fact, the inspiration for this video came from the late Bruce Leavitt, a mining engineer who pioneered the use of small trompes for aeration and treatment of mining water in remote locations without access to electricity.

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Writing/Editing/Production: Grady Hillhouse
Director: Wesley Crump

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Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6fBPdu8w9U

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