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Well Pumps and Well Pump Guys in Flat Rock, MI
No matter if the well is deep or shallow, there are filtering systems attached to the Well Pump. This filter will take out excess lime, silt, sand, or any other debris that isn't desirable and likely to ruin the pump.
Jet pumps are commonly used on shallow wells, but they can also work on deeper wells. 25 feet deep or less is considered to be a shallow well and there isn't a lot of pressure needed to draw water up this amount of footage. The jet pump works like a straw, in that is sucks the water up the pipes with the help of atmospheric pressure. A one-way valve is placed on these pumps so the water isn't pulled from the well back into the ground. Priming needs to be performed on these pumps before they will work.
Well Pumps offered by Well Pump Guys in Flat Rock, MI
Water is added to the pump, in order to set the pressure at the right amount needed for the pump to work. In rocky areas where the water table is below all the rock, either an altered jet pump or a submersible pump can be used.
The submersible pump is a long cylinder that has a sealed motor in the bottom of it and it connects to wires that are above the ground. This type of pump is extremely reliable and doesn't need much maintenance for close to 25 years.
Well Pump Guys in Flat Rock, MI know a build-up of sediment can clog Well Pumps to the point where they quit working completely. There are many filtering systems available to keep this damage from occurring. Maintaining proper faucet and toilet function will extend the life of the pump as well. A leaky faucet is the quickest way to burn up the motor on a Well Pump.