Well Rehabilitations

Ingram Well and Pump has been doing well rehabs for a number of years and has the experience to restore the well to its full potential.

When a well has been in service for many years, the minerals in the aquifer will build up and lower the efficiency of a well. In order to bring it back to what it once was, a well rehabilitation is needed. Ingram Well and Pump has been doing well rehabs for a number of years and has the experience to restore the well to its full potential. Using chemicals, air, and mechanical tools, we clean the screen and dissolve the built up mineral deposits which have decreased the efficiency of the well.

 

IWPS uses a number of techniques to rehabilitate a water well.

Air Lifting

Brushing:

A brush is lowered into the well and simply brushes the casing and screen.

Air Impulse Generator:

The process involves creation of a shock wave and oscillating gas bubble after each pulse, resulted in removing hardened scale and biological build-up from the screen, gravel pack and surrounding area. The shock wave breaks up the scale on the screen, while the expanding and contracting bubble forces water in and out of the gravel pack and aquifer ensuring a comprehensive washing process. In a very short time, a well is completely restored to the original level of efficiency. The method is unique both in success and ease of setup and operation.

All of these technologies can be used in conjunction with one another, according to the specific well needs to achieve these results.