Re: submersible pump wire. in reply to John T, 10-16-2013 13:21:46
There is enough movement or twist in some that it will rub the insulation off. I know because it happened to me. We used the standard twisted cable pump wire, don't know the size, but after about a year we had to replace it. It rubbed the insulation off by the twisting of the pipe on the rocks we assumed, by the way the wire was tore up. Replaced with a heavier, harder, outside insulated wire which lasted. The well was about 400' deep and we went through a lot of shale and really hard rock and we assumed that was the reason for the failure of the first wire.
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