We have been in business for 11
years designing, manufacturing and installing water production systems
in residential and commercial applications. We have several examples
of our products here for you to read about.
In the Fall of 2005 we were contacted
by a customer who had a problem with inadequate water supply. The
problem first showed up when they had several water faucets running
at the same time. The water pressure would gradually drop off to
10-15 pounds of water pressure.
They had contacted a local well driller
who came and checked out their well system and found that the well
needed to be replaced with a completely new one ( big surprise there)
They thought that this would end their problems. After 2 weeks of
construction and a yard full of mud , they had a new well, new pump,
new tank, wiring and plumbing to the house. Their total bill from
the plumber, electrician and well driller was $11825.00.
The only problem with their new water supply was that the new well's
water had a odor of sulfur in it and it smelled like rotten eggs.
They had a new well that provided over 20 gallons per minute that
had been drilled into a large underwater aquifer that had sulfur
We were contacted to try to solve
their problem. We suggested that we would install our Well
System on their original well since they had such good
quality water from it ( just not enough of it ) We installed our
System along with our 400 gallon storage tank
into their pump house. They now have enough water for every thing
that they ever wanted. Their original well produces over 4.5 gallons
per minute ( which is a lot less then their new well which produced
20 gallons per minute ) but with the Well
they are enjoying up to 6400 gallons of good clean water ( with
no smelly sulfur in it) per day. Obviously this much water isn't
usually needed for a family of 4 and a normal sized yard, but it
shows what can be obtained.
In Northern California we where contracted
to help out with a problem at a property that had multiple water
wells on it. Their problem was that they where located in a foothill
area that was notorious for low production wells. The average well
in the area was only 1/2 to 1 gallons per hour! They have 5 wells
that each produce about 1 gallon per hour. They had Coyote pump
protectors on all of the 5 wells. ( Coyote pump protectors are designed
to shut off the pump if your well runs low or out of water) They
needed enough water to irrigate 15 acres of grapes, 3 acres of olives
and 1/2 acre of lawn. The grapes and olives didn't require too much
water ( with drip irrigation on all) But the lawns did use a lot
of water every day.
The problem was that they had their
5 well pumps set to run continuously until each of the well pumps
either filled up their 10,000 gallon tanks ,
or ran out of water and hopefully the Coyote pump protectors would
shut off the well pumps so they wouldn't burn themselves up. After
4 well pumps had burned up over 2 years at over $900 dollars each,
they gave us a call. Their 5 wells have a combined recharge rate
of over 7200 gallons per 24 hour period. They weren't getting even
close to that number of gallons (only about 3000 gallons).
They were going to get a large increase
of water production with one of our Well
Systems installed. Our system operates on a principal
of using all of the available time in a day ( 1440 minutes ) for
collecting water and storing it for later use. You don't want your
pump protector ( Coyote , Pumptec etc.) to control your well pump.
It allows your well pump to pump the well water dry every time that
the well pump comes on with a low yield well and with a built in
reset function it comes back on in 15-60 minutes. The other problem
is that when you pump a well dry it is very bad for the life of
the well. The minerals in the ground and in the water when exposed
to air ( from the well being dry ) will build up and eventually
clog the microscopic pores and openings of the water producing ground.
It is much better to have a regulated amount of water removed from
the well allowing the water level in your well to remain at a safe
level. This practice also allows the well pumps to last many more
years being submerged in water the whole time. The well pumps get
their motors cooled by the water being pulled across the motor when
the pump is running. So when the well runs out of water and the
pump protector shuts it off , it has been running without an adequate
supply of water cooling the motor for quite a while too. This radically
shortens the life of your well pump.
In October 2006
were contacted about a newly constructed 1500 square foot residence
with a 1 gallon per minute low yield well. They needed enough water
for a family of 3 and to keep a small yard and lawn watered, a hot
tub filled and also a swimming pool topped off when needed. By our
calculations this amounted to an average of approximately 1100 gallons
their well driller had installed their well (6 months before) they
had put in a Pumptec pump protector that was set to recover
at 45 minutes after shutting off due to no water in the low yield
well conditions. The home owners didn't understand that their was
a problem with this system as it had already worked for several
months. When we actually figured out how much water their set up
produced in a 24 hour period, and they were about 450 gallons short
of their daily goal, plus the wasted electricity!
felt that that their goal could be obtained with the use of our
By using their
existing submersible well pump, 1500 gallon storage tank, pressure
tank and booster pump we
an easy installation
since we installed it in conjunction with their existing well pumps
and tanks. It
about 3 hours to mount and for the electrical wiring to be finished.
time-on setting was set for a moderate 30 minute rest and 10 minute
pump time. This produced a very satisfactory 1200 gallons per day.
In Sept of 2007
we started a low yield water well project in Northern California
in the Sierra Foothills about 20 miles from Yosemite that was located
right next to a lake. How could you possible have a low yield well
right next to a lake? Good question. These poor people had a 1200
foot deep well ( the deepest in the county ) that only produced
1/2 of a gallon of water per minute. It was in a rocky elevated
area that required drilling through shale and granite rock all the
way down to the water. Needless to say, they had a severe need for
a solution to their constant problem of running out of water. Their
first well cost $15000.00, so drilling another well was out of the
We knew that
our system would be the easiest and least expensive way to solve
our Ultimate Well Booster
365 system with our upgraded 1500 gallon storage tank. Their
1/2 gallon per minute well produced over 700 gallons of water per
day with our system installed. This system now allows the family
of 4 to do everything (including fill their hot tub with 500 gallons
at a time) without ever worrying about running out of water.
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