A Hydram is historically known as a 'Hydraulic Ram Pump'. The core technology has been in operation for over 200 years. The Hydram uses the energy of flowing water to power itself, pumping water (or other liquids in fact) from one location to another. The most common use for this tends to be from one height to another, for example, pumping water from a stream to a tank or reservoir.
Taking it to the 21st Century
The Smart Hydram builds on this 18th century technology upgrading it with a smart controller to meet modern day needs. The smart controller enables remote operation of the pump and offers increased efficiency for water networks.