Whether you need a new well or to repair an existing one, correct sizing is important for your system’s performance and life expectancy.
Sizing means: gallons per minute, horsepower, wire size, pipe size, pressure, pressure tank, and elevation.
If it seems like you are constantly having water issues and replacing equipment while your neighbor can boast about a pump that has lasted 20 years, it could be that any one of the above reasons are to blame.
Pump systems are like fingerprints; no two are the same. That is why it is so important to consider all of the sizing details when designing your unique pump system.
And, thanks to Variable Frequency Drives (VFD’s) your pump’s speed can be regulated to your real-time demand — speeding up and slowing down to keep the system’s pressure set.
The result is less overall output on the motor and more energy savings for you.
Some common questions for selecting the right well pump:
- What type of pump do you have?
- What size is your current pump?
- What type of pump do you need?
- What size pump do you need?
- What is the well’s depth to water?
- Do I need a holding tank?