Well pumps are used to draw water from a well. These devices have been implemented in several cultures and can be operated with simple manual applications or mechanical devices. These pumps are necessity for accessing water resources that are only available through deep earth penetration. In particularly dry climates the use of a well may be a common occurrence for the retrieval of water.
Wells have been in use for centuries but have only recently been introduced to the convenience of pumping technology. These pumped wells especially convenient in rural or secluded areas where water is not easily accessible. Many organizations work to integrate communities with more water retrieval options and pumped wells are the simplest solution in many cases.
When building a well there are several options for the pump which will be used. Consider the depth and circumference as well as the projected water depth the help determine which pump to select. Different pumps offer a variety of benefits and draw backs to be reviewed. Carefully assess the options available before settling on a device to support the needs of your organization. If you are considering the use of well pumps in a current or up-coming project try clicking the links to the left. You will find further information and offers available.