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posted: 8/5/2020 at 9:11:02 AM ET
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Some useful tips for using a well pump.
Keep the well clean. To do this, periodically drain it completely and clean the bottom and walls.
Do not choose a well pump with a significant power reserve. Do this according to your calculations. This significantly saves money.
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Clean water filters regularly. It is not difficult to do this. We took out the pump, removed the filter element from it, washed it under running water and put it back in place – that's it, we can continue working. This will extend the service life of the equipment and keep the pumped liquid as clean as possible.
Install the check valve in the outflow hose. This will reduce the negative impact of the hydraulic shock that occurs when opening the water tap, and will protect the inside of your unit from premature failure.
Use the pump strictly for its intended purpose. If it works only with clean drinking water, then it is not necessary to lower it into an untreated silted well, otherwise early failure is guaranteed.
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