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Your proposed situation is not practical. You should look into solutions which will allow you to warehouse large amounts of potable water. A large bladder tank would also be a good idea because it will be able to deliver constant water pressure and it could fill up slowly throughout the day. The way a bladder tank works is that there is a rubber membrane ...


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Your aphorism of the day: Theory and Practice are the same in Theory, but Different in Practice. As a practical matter it's going to be near-impossible to fabricate, install, and install a pump or suction pipe into a plastic-sheet-tube without poking a hole in the plastic. If you manage to succeed, you've disabled your well - if no water can get out, no ...


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I will potentially be drinking the same water that flows back in the well after the frostless hydrant is shut off - yes? No. Freezeless faucets drain their water back into the ground at their base below the frost line when turned off, NOT IN TO THE SUPPLY. The freezeless facuet drains this water so the pipes above the frost line have no water to ...


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It is not a standard feature. The pump often hooks into a manifold that connects to the pressure tank and that has a check-valve, pressure gauge, pressure switch, tank drain valve, main shutoff valve, and over-pressure relief valve. The assembly looks like the following once assembled (note: check-valve not shown in this setup). You will have to consult ...



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