Deep Wells

By October 23, 2014 No Comments

A deep well is, quite simply, a dewatering device equipped with its own submersible pump. Deep wells can vary from 3 to over 24 inches in diameter, be installed from 20 feet to hundreds of feet deep, and pump from a fraction to thousands of gallons per minute. Deep wells are best suited where permeable soil extends well below the bottom of the excavation. Read More.