Friday, May 19, 2017

Apartment: Save the Electricity: A plan to minimize/simplify the "Borewell Water Supply process"

Just AUTOMATIC


Save Electricity


Changes in Borewell Water Supply: -
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*) Existing Process of Borewell Water Supply.... strictly sequential process....... as follows. 
-> Borewell Motor sends water from Borewell to 'Borewell Sump Tank'.
-> 'Borewell ST-OT Motor' sends water from 'Borewell Sump Tank' to 'Borewell Overhead Tank'.

*) Proposed Process of Borewell Water Supply.... individual process....... as follows.
-> Borewell Motor sends water directly from Borewell to 'Borewell Overhead Tank'.
-> In emergencies (Borewell Motor Fails, etc.), 'Borewell ST-OT Motor' sends water from 'Borewell Sump Tank' to 'Borewell Overhead Tank'.

*) Required Changes for Proposed Process....... as follows.
-> Before making these changes, just verify the capacity of Borewell Motor, by considering the height of the Apartment as an additional parameter for measurement.
-> One 'Changeover Switch' between 'Borewell ST-OT Motor Switch' and 'Borewell Motor Switch'.  This is to avoid both motors work same time.
-> Currently, there are two Automatic controllers for Borewell Water needs; (1) for Borewell Motor, i.e., with 'Borewell Motor (ON/OFF) Sensor' in 'Borewell Sump Tank', and (2) for 'Borewell ST-OT Motor', i.e., with 'Borewell ST-OT Motor (ON/OFF) Sensor' in 'Borewell Overhead Tank'.
As 'Borewell ST-OT Motor' is required in only emergencies, Automatic controller is need not required, for 'Borewell Sump Tank' connected with 'Borewell Motor (ON/OFF) Sensor'.  So, 'Borewell Motor (ON/OFF) Sensor' has to be moved from 'Borewell Sump Tank' to 'Borewell Overhead Tank'; and remove the existing 'Borewell ST-OT Motor (ON/OFF) Sensor' from 'Borewell Overhead Tank'.  
Finally, Borewell Motor works based on 'Borewell Motor (ON/OFF) Sensor' that is in 'Borewell Overhead Tank'. 
-> There are three plans for this purpose.
  Plan-1: Manual & Cautious: Changes in 'Borewell Sump Tank' with T-detach feature.  Be cautious to fix T-detach pipe, while operating Motor(s).  This Plan can be easily verified.
  Plan-2: Semi-Manual & Cautious: Changes in 'Borewell Sump Tank' with 'T-connect Valve' feature.  Be cautious to make 'T-connect Valve' ON/OFF, while operating Motor(s).
  Plan-3: Automatic & Safe & Cool: Making separate line with 'T-connectLine Valve' feature.





*) Benefit of this Change:
-> Saving Electricity more than 70%.  Saving Electricity is nothing but producing Electricity.  
-> The Waterflow distance would be reduced.  
 - Minimum Benefit to make lesser distance with Plan-1/Plan-2: The area of 'Borewell Sump Tank'.  
 - Maximum Benefit to make lesser distance with Plan-3: [The area of 'Borewell Sump Tank'] + { [The length of the existing pipeline between (Borewell, 'Borewell Sump Tank') and ('Borewell Sump Tank', 'Borewell Overhead Tank')] - [The length of the proposed pipeline between (Borewell, 'Borewell Overhead Tank')] }.  The benefit would be more when 'Borewell Overhead Tank' is near/towards to Borewell.
-> Saving Time in lifting Water from Borewell to 'Borewell Overhead Tank'.
-> Saving Association/People Money. 
-> Process Simplification.  Now onwards, one Borewell Motor works instead of two Motors.  So, there will be only one Automatic controller, for Borewell Water needs.
-> Need to take few precautions for Plan-1/Plan-2, to avoid Motor(s) get damaged.  Plan-3 is the best without any issues.