Our Barsha Pump is essentially a tool to provide water. However, the impact that it creates does not end just with access to water. Our Barsha Pump can serve as a tool for social and economic transformation, and all this can be achieved in harmony with nature, without causing any harm to the environment.
After successfully rolling out the Barsha pump in more than 19 countries worldwide and still moving forward, aQysta is here with its second fuel-less water-powered pump – The HyPump, which is set to be demonstrated this July, in Lliria, (half an hour from Valencia), Spain.
Like Barsha Pump, the HyPump is also a hydro-powered irrigation-pump which is based on the principle of the spiral pump but it is specifically designed to provide large volumes of irrigation-water to agricultural land in the vicinity of irrig
An engineer by profession, set forth with an aim of giving something back to the society, Ichsan Nuryadin started a company called CV Walanae in Sulawesi, Indonesia a year back. Because lack of water for irrigation is a major problem for people living in rural Sulawesi, Ichsan and his team, tried to develop a cost-efficient water pump to uplift the status of agriculture, more precisely, irrigation, in Sulawesi. It was then they came across Barsha Pump on Youtube and decided to partner with aQysta in rolling out Bars