If freezing air temperatures are an issue, provisions would have to be made to house the hand pump in a heated enclosure.
The Bison Inline Hand Pump arrangement is primarily used in warmer climates. The pump cylinder is cut into the existing water line that the submersible pump is connected to in the well casing and our 8′ sections of PVC Pipe and 3/8″ SS lift rod connect from the cylinder up to the well head which is secured to the top of the well casing.
Bucket Holder and Hose Attachment
Every hand pump allows you to attach a standard hose. This stainless steel attachment is sturdy and functional.
Since each pump is built by hand we are able to customize almost every aspect of the design to meet your needs. Need a larger head mount? No problem! Need to lengthen the spout? We can do it!
While each deep well hand pump setup may differ, here is a typical setup with related costs:
|SAMPLE INLINE HAND PUMP INSTALLATION|
|Pump Head and Well Adaptor||$ 999.00|
|Pipe and Rod (based on 8 lengths @ $69/ea)*||$ 552.00|
|2″ Cylinder||$ 553.00|
|TOTAL SAMPLE PRICE||$2,104.00|
|*If more than (14) lengths, last piece is BPPR-125SSAR||$ 111.00|
- Plus Shipping & Handling Charges
- 5% Maine Sales Tax will be added to all orders shipped within the State of Maine
- Price subject to change without notice
A deep well hand pump is used when the static water level, distance from the top of the ground to the top of the water in the well, is 25′ or more. The pump cylinder is installed at least 20′ below the static water level and connects to the well head; the portion of the hand pump that mounts to the top of the casing with a series of 8′ lengths of PVC pipe and stainless steel lift rod. The deep well hand pump can reach up to depths of 200 feet.