Author
Talbot, R. and A. Mudgal

Year of Publishing
1998

Publisher
Skat

Institution
Handpump Technology Network

Guidelines for Selection and Standardisation of Handpump Technology Technical Paper 1

Description:

Country level handpump standardisation may take four or five years. There are no short cuts to attain sustainable standardisation. No matter how strong the desire may be to introduce a new handpump model or make a change in its design, the proven process of technology selection although time consuming, must precede the standardisation. Any compromise in this approach will result in a loss of confidence in handpump technology.

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Bibliographical Information:

Talbot, R. and A. Mudgal (1998) Guidelines for Selection and Standardisation of Handpump Technology. Technical Paper 1 , Handpump Technology Network , Skat , St. Gallen, Switzerland


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