Deep Borehole Hand Well Pump Installed at St Mawes

Hand Operated Deep Well Water Borehole Pump in Action
Hand Operated Deep Well Water Borehole Pump in Action at St Columb

Deep Borehole Hand Well Pump

Aquasource Ltd, have just completed a deep well water borehole for the National Trust  at Newton Farm, St Mawes,  Cornwall to serve a new  allotment development.

The location of the borehole ruled out the economical installation of an electrical pump and the depth of the water table meant that an ordinary well hand operated lift pump would not work.

After much research Aquasource sourced and installed a deep borehole hand well pump lifting from 23m depth in the 40m deep well.

The hand well pump is a type more usually installed in the remoter parts of Africa to supply clean water to villagers. The pump is capable of lifting water from up to 60m depth and is simple and economical to maintain as all parts of made from corrosion resistant materials such as plastic or stainless steel.

Aquasource has successfully installed a hand operated well pump for St Columb Allotment and is in the process of installing one for the Burlawn Allotment Association near Wadebridge.

For more details please ring 01726 824837 and speak to Dave or Mark.

Hand Well Pump in Africa
Hand Well Pump in Africa
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Author: Roger Wedlake

Author: Roger Wedlake

Responsible for Renewable Energy Projects and Ground Stabilisation.

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