The Williamson Hi*Flo Rampump uses gravity to put water under pressure and send it up hill and/or far from the pump.  Under the right conditions, water can be pumped as high as 430 meters of vertical elevation above the pump, and several kilometers away to where it is needed.
The equipment that does it--

Williamson Hi*Flo rampumps
come in sizes to fit your needs--Kevin Smith with the 2.5, 4 and 6-inch models. Not shown is the 1.5 inch model.

Depending upon the conditions at your site, these models can pump the following volumes:

1.5 inch -- up to 4,500 liters/day
2.5 inch -- up to 20,500 liters/day
4 inch -- up to 55,000 liters/day
6 inch -- up to 135,000 liters/day

Note: For additional volumes, two or more pumps are installed where the volume of the water source permits.

The Result--Water where you need it!

Our Benefit For You
--Is the reliable delivery of water up hill and/or far from the source, 24/7 for decades with no cost of petrol or electricity...ever!

Water for stock, buildings, irrigation, mining, communities and many other economic or social uses from pumps with three moving parts that work and last for decades under constant use.

Our rampumps are the alternative to pressure pumps at remote sites because they require no petrol or electricity and pump 24/7 for decades with no maintenance or replacement of parts required. 

Expert installation and service

A recent installation of a 6-inch Williamson Hi*Flo rampump showing the surge tank and drive pipe.  The pump has a proper concrete base and will move heaps of water up hill to where this customer will use it profitably for many decades before any maintenance on the pump is required.

A Williamson Hi*Flo Rampump must be installed correctly to be the best workhorse that adds value to your property or project.

With coming up 4,000 pumps installed, our technical staff are experts in site survey and installation.

Our Video Tells It All...If you have not yet done so, play the video on our Home page to learn how you can profit by a Williamson Hi*Flo Rampump and how a site survey is performed.