Home guide to plumbing, heating, and air conditioning by George Daniels

By George Daniels

This booklet is set plumbing, air con and heating

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And although the deep water supply itself is actuall y fed from the surface, it undergoes very conside rable natural filtrati on in th e process. To prevent unfiltered s urface water from leakin g into a deep well a well casi ng of wrought-iron pipe, usually 6" or 8" in diameter, is dri ve n solidly into the firm layer ab ove the d eep water. One or more smaller pipes are led down inside the cas in g to carry the water p umpe d fr om the well. In the relative ly rare "artes ian" well n o pump is needed b ecause the deep water is unde r e nough press ure to drive it up and out of the well.

If exte n sive chemical treatme nt is e mplo yed to remove harmful bacteria from a municipal sys te m you may not e njoy the taste. But it can't be avoided . In other areas the addition of various fluorides to the water in municipal syste ms is compulsory. If you have any physical condition that causes you to react unfavorably to these ch e micals yo u must, of course, use water from anoth er source for your drinking and cooling. Or you must in stall equip me nt to remove the fluorides. The quality of well water, too, d epe nds on the area - and the we ll.

To prevent unfiltered s urface water from leakin g into a deep well a well casi ng of wrought-iron pipe, usually 6" or 8" in diameter, is dri ve n solidly into the firm layer ab ove the d eep water. One or more smaller pipes are led down inside the cas in g to carry the water p umpe d fr om the well. In the relative ly rare "artes ian" well n o pump is needed b ecause the deep water is unde r e nough press ure to drive it up and out of the well. This phenomenon res ults when a well is drilled into a deep-water strata that rece ives its suppl y from mu ch hi gh e r ground, s uch as surrounding hills.

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