Installation Cost

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Frostfree Nosepump Unit

$1399 CAD + GST, S&H
(includes cylinder, foot valve, fittings, and instructional video)
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Don’t forget, once your system is installed the spending stops! There are virtually no input costs in the successful operation of the FFNP (no monthly power bill, no batteries, motion sensors, or solar panels to replace, no heating element to maintain). The HEATING COSTS ALONE for one traditional style heated livestock waterer average $875 PER YEAR (based on the minimum required 500 Watt heating element in waterers rated for the same number of livestock)!

Dugout or Pond Installation

Frostfree Nosepump Includes cylinder, foot valve, fittings & video
Trenching Approximately 4 hours
Culvert Minimum 24″ diameter culvert approximately 23′ long.
Hose 1½” coil tubing
Lid $275 prefab (or weld yourself – instructions provided)
Insulation for Culvert $150 each 4′ length prefab (or make yourself – instructions provided) (8′ required)
Pad Around Pump 20′ x 20′ concrete pad
Insulation (under pad) 8 sheets of 4′x4′ 2″ rigid closed-cell styrofoam
Length of Pipe & Rod 1½” ABS pipe and 3/8″ all-thread rod 10′ long

Drilled Well Installation

Frostfree Nosepump Includes cylinder, foot valve, fittings & video
Trenching Either bored 30″ hole, hole dug by trackhoe, or smaller cased well excavated around by hoe down to a depth of 9 or 10 feet
Culvert 24″ diameter culvert approximately 23′ long
Lid $275 prefab (or weld yourself – instructions provided)
Insulation for Culvert $150 each 4′ length prefab (or make yourself – instructions provided) (8′ required)
Pad Around Pump 20′ x 20′ concrete pad
Insulation (under pad) 8 sheets of 4′x4′ 2″ rigid closed-cell styrofoam
Length of Pipe & Rod 1½” ABS pipe and 3/8″ all-thread rod 10′ long