What is Zelda PHD (Power-Hand Driven)
A Brief Introduction to Zelda PHD
Quite simply, Zelda PHD is a revolutionary pump that will change how the world moves fluids: quickly, efficiently and easily.
Zelda, by hand will pump water 30+ ft from the bilge of a ship at 80+ gallons per minute. Zelda in a Military theatre will transfer fuel by hand pumping or off a PTO shaft at a rate of 230 gallons per minute at 150 rpm. Zelda can be easily carried by one military person, endure the abuse of a combat zone and will always be ready for deployment.
In developing countries; Zelda takes advantage of the abundance of human and animal power where there is little to no electricity or fossil fuels. Zelda will pump large volumes of water up into rice fields and irrigation channels or roof top gravity water tank. Zelda makes it possible to hand pump water with pressure and high volume through a filtration system making potable water as it is needed.From thick heavy molasses, to sludge, fuel or freshwater Zelda can pump high and low viscosity fluids with less effort then ever before. The secret lies in its internal design, simple but effective.
Since 2009 WindTrans has been developing and testing this patented technology with the assistance of her sister company’s Sun-North Systems Ltd (founded in 1986) and Envira-North Systems Ltd (founded in 1998). Third party testing is being conducted by Conestoga College and McMaster University.
2012 Innovative Product Award Winner
We are proud to announce that WindTrans Systems Ltd was this years recipient of the Innovative Product Award at the Manufacturing Excellence Awards. The ceremony took place on November 15, 2012 and was hosted by the Huron Manfacturing Association.
We are proud to accept this award!
The July 2012 Zelda PHD Demo Day Was A Huge Success!
Our demonstration day of July 26, 2012 was a great success and we enjoyed showing our technology to the public. Zelda PHD has proven volumetric efficiencies of over 90% and mechanical efficiencies of over 82%. We would like to thank Conestoga College and McMaster University for their continued project support and involvement during this demonstration. Future demonstrations will be posted on our website and please also note that private demonstrations are also available upon request with prior notice.
Andrew Masse, General Manager