Question about Water Heaters
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Most well water is pumped out of the ground automatically with the help of a submersible pump, or a jet pump that fits on top of the ground and draws water out of the ground to create water pressure for the home. Few well water systems use a big storage tank to store the water before it is pumped again to the house. To get more information, visit at http://www.greatbasinindustrial.com/water-and-wastewater
Posted on Aug 16, 2016
Pressure valve located on front of above-ground-storage-tank will turn pump on-off depending on amount of water pressure inside tank.
When water is consumed inside home, the pressure valve responds to the lower pressure and closes electrical contacts... sending electricity to water well pump located deep underground.
The pump turns on and lifts water through a pipe into the above ground storage tank.
When the tank is full of water, the pressure valve senses the higher pressure and turns off electricity going to pump
Pump shuts off.
There is a one-way check valve on the water line going down to pump, and this keeps water from flowing back down into well.
The above ground tank maintains water pressure for the house.
When pressure is reduced by taking a shower, the pressure valve turns pump on again, and cycle repeats.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2014
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