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The water we use in our daily activities is often taken for granted. We rarely consider how the water that we use on a day-to-day basis arrives to our house when we take a shower, do laundry, or start a dishwasher. The luxury of having water in our homes is thanks to the endurance of hard-working well pumps. The type of well pump used for home water supply will depend on several factors. These factors include the depth of your well, how much water you need, the climate of the area in which you live, and preferences you might have on a pump contractor..

 
 
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A well pump operates by being lowered into a well so that it can pump the water in the well to the surface. Air plays an important role in helping the well pump work. It is supplied to the pump’s chamber via a compressor that is driven by an electric motor, small engine, or wind. The air then displaces water that is in the well pump’s chamber by uplifting it along the delivery pipe to a discharge point. While the well pump is operating, the delivery pipe is never completely full of water.

 
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Home owners are not the only people in need of well pumps. Well pumps are also used for industrial purposes. Some examples of industrial well pump usages include medical industries, pool and spa industries, food and beverage industries, car washes, semiconductor processing, and chemical processing.

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There are various kinds of well pumps, including submersible well pumps, jet pumps, hand pumps, centrifugal pumps, and hydraulic pumps.

   
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