it's been 35 years since i worked in drilling field, but here goes what i remember. never set pump in screened area if possible. we usually finished developing well after bailing by pumping overnight or at least 2 hours after setting pump as part of well development. come on guys that are currently in the well field give some advise.
Re: Still workin' on the well. in reply to Brad Buchanan, 05-12-2013 06:01:29
Hello Brad Buchanan,
The first piece of casing now days has many slits that function as a silt screen. The pump has the finer mesh screen on the intake side I think. Jet well pumps had a screen right at the bottom of the pick up. I think the material was bronze or brass?
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