DIY Installation

 

Installing by hand

With shallow settings you can simply lower your pump into the well by hand. WellHose is light and very easy to handle.

 

How to connect the pump to WellHose

Connecting the pump and power cable to the WellHose is a simple procedure. Your pump and motor will be supported as a continuous length with no joints or connections.

 

Quad bike or vehicle installation

Use your pickup truck, quad bike or donkey to lower your submersible pump into the well. This is a continuous length with no joints. It is also very flexible and easy to work handle

Rolling Wheel Installation

A Rolling Wheel is used when there is no casing above ground level and the pump and WellHose are too heavy to lower in by hand. When using the Rolling Wheel please ensure it is firmly fixed in position directly over the well. This unit can be purchased or rented.

Casing Wheel Installation

The Hitch-Mount slides into the hitch of your truck. Roll the WellHose and pump onto the unit and simply lower into the well.

As you might expect with the drought my pumps have been going non-stop since spring.
One pump (set at 250 feet depth) recently had an electrical problem, of course, on a weekend. With the help of my wife, we had it out, repaired and running again in two hours. You can’t do that with any kind of pipe!

Bob Puls - California

We chose the WellHose product for our shallow wells (80’ depth) because of the long term benefits – decreased head loss and no corrosion. Our previous steel column pipes were on the verge of falling apart. Instead of replacing the column pipes with galvanized steel, we went with WellHose, at a lower price! The installation was very simple and not labor intensive, and to-date we have not experienced any issues. Should the submersible pumps experience issues, we expect that pump removal/reinstall will be more economical than if we had stuck with steel column pipes!

Max Bricker,

J.G. Boswell Co.