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Make your own liquid pump from PVC pipes [Project]
posted February 13 2013 19:44.44 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Another interesting project for today - Approtechie makes a simple and inexpensive direct-acting PVC hand pump for liquid using PVC pipes. The video shows how he made this pump step-by-step so that you can make your own or get inspired by him!



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