Mitchell Lewis & StaverMitchell Lewis & Staver
Engineering Pump Efficiency
|Flow||up to 46 GPM|
|Head||up to 200 FT|
|Lift||up to 150 FT|
|HP Required||up to 2 HP|
|Pressure||up to 90 PSI|
In a typical deep well application, the jet is separated from the motor and impeller housing and placed down in the well, roughly 10-20 feet below the minimum well water level. One pipe is mounted to the impeller housing, driving water down into the jet body, while a second pipe connects the output of the jet body back up to the pump housing.
At the jet, the increase in water velocity creates a partial vacuum that draws standing well water into the second pipe and then back into the pump and plumbing system. Deep well jet pumps use both the suction at the jet and pressure applied by the impeller to lift the water.
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