The Barsha Pump is the first type of hydro-powered pump developed by aQysta. It is a water wheel propelled pump that utilizes the energy from the flow of rivers and canals to pump water without requiring any fuel or electricity to be operated. Depending upon the soil, crop, climatic conditions, and irrigation technique, one Barsha Pump can irrigate up to 2 hectares of land, and process up to 40,000 liters per day. Although optional, it is recommended to use the Barsha Pump in integration with the storage system and efficient water distribution techniques such as a sprinkler system, drip system, mister, etc. as it helps irrigate larger areas with one Barsha Pump. In addition, every Barsha Pump that replaces a fuel pump saves over 1 ton of CO2 annually.
As a company, we aim to provide sustainable hydro-powered pumping solutions that can have a positive economic, environmental, and social impact. In South Asia, we have our affiliated entity in Nepal which has been operational since 2015. aQysta Nepal is responsible for selling and implementing pumps within the country and serves as a platform for carrying out research and experiments and gathering valuable market feedback. Our flagship product, the Barsha Pump is an award-winning innovative pump, which has been rolled out worldwide to various countries, including Colombia, Malawi, Kenya, Nepal, and India. Until today, we have deployed 300 pumps in over 20 countries and made a positive impact for smallholder farmers.
We aim to grow around the globe and fulfill the possibility of reaching out to and helping farmers around the world, creating a better and sustainable future. Our second product, the HyPump, is also in our plans as we aim to grow with it. It is a more powerful pump, as it pumps up to 800,000 liters of water, and one HyPump can serve about 10 to 20 hectares of land.
Main Target Group
Smallholder farmers in Nepal, India, Colombia, Kenya, Malawi, Indonesia, and Spain, as well as NGOs and governments in those countries.
Price (in USD)
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