Papa Pump Blog
Passive cooling for Electronic equipment
We all know how hot our computers can get--- imagine how much heat is created at Google's massive server farm- as well as how innovative Google is at reducing the heat.
PAPA would like to help other companies whose electronic equipment like server farms are located miles from rivers or the sea to use our pumps to transport water 24/7 to cool such important equipment which allows me to write this!
As the PAPA pump has a high debris tolerance it can transport grey or waste water so fresh drinking water does not have to be used. This is important in regions with low natural water resourcse.
Of course no-one wants power failure to shut down parts of the internet through no electricity reaching the server farm....PAPA pumps use to external power sources so could cool Google's server farm passivley and sustainably....
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Flash flooding may bring rain but how can we store it?
PAPA Pumps can be used to store water when torrential, potentially damaging rains strike, by taking excess water from high streams or rivers long distances to where it can be stored.
As the Telegraph newspaper warns today (May 28th. 2012) the hot weather could be broken by heavy rain which could cause dangerous flooding.
PAPA Pump has a proven solution for todays changeable climate.
Install several PAPA Pumps in catchment areas at risk of flooding. When it rains, as the Telegraph warns, the pumps will automatically pump usable quantities of flood water long distances to a storage area.
- This water can be used later in the summer when farmers/ businesses need it!
- Storing water with a PAPA Pump can help reduce some downstream flooding by moving some water to storage.
- It also help replace expensive Mains water with natural rainwater (for appropriate uses)
See the Telegraph Article here;