Jet pump instead of a submersible

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Jet pump instead of a submersible

Postby lwparchive » Tue Nov 06, 2012 5:07 pm

WHERE I LIVE; ALL THE WELLS HAVE SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS. I REPLACED MINE ABOUT A YEAR AGO AND IT ALREADY SEEMS TO HAVE IMPELLER PROBLEMS. MY PIPE EXTENDS TO 80'. CAN I USE A GOULDS VERTICAL DEEP WELL PUMP ON A WELL AT THAT DEPTH? AND WILL IT ADAPT TO THE 4" CASING THAT I HAVE? I WAS TOLD THAT IF IT WERE A JET PUMP THAT IT WOULD WORK AT THAT DEPTH, BUT HE WAS A LAY-PERSON; NOT AN EXPERT ON PUMPS AS YOU GUYS OBVIOUSLY ARE. THANKS FOR ANY HELP. IT'S JUST THAT AROUND HERE; THEY JUST WANT TO SELL YOU AN EXPENSIVE SUBMERSIBLE. THANK YOU.
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Re: Jet pump instead of a submersible

Postby dlamp67 » Wed Mar 27, 2013 2:37 pm

You can use any one of the convertible jet pumps listed. Each will allow for a twin pipe system in a 4" well.

http://www.lockewell.com/index.php?main ... _3_155_157
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