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  1. Survival & Emergency Preparedness
    We are not able to afford a $20k well this year but want to have potable water as we work to improve our land. We are going to use our RV during these improvements so we can stay longer and want to have steady pressurized water. Our thinking is we have 2-ICB tanks connected to a 45psi 115v...
  2. Homesteading Questions
    I just installed 15 raised beds in an off-grid plot. I want to drip-irrigate them with solar powered submersible well pump(s) and an automatic control system. The good news is that the ground water is only 5-6 feet down most of the year. I've only had the land for 4 months so I don't know...
  3. Survival & Emergency Preparedness
    I am toying the idea to be able to manually pump water at the location where my jet pump is. Not sure where to start or what ill need but I would like to install a pitcher pump over my sump pit that is next to the jetpump in the basement. This would be ideal, the pump will be indoors...
  4. Homesteading Questions
    Any ideas on how to fix this? We live on a lot cut out of a large hillside. The snow accumulates all winter, and then each spring everything melts and thaws. Of course there are ice dams everywhere, and everything floods. Our house is on posts, so it's fine. The well house however is built...
  5. Homestead Construction
    I am breaking one of my own rules here. I usually lurk for several weeks before posting in a new forum, but I need to get this project going so here I go (please let me know if I break etiquette). I have a new property with a new well. The well uses a 1.5HP downhole pump (305' deep) and a...
  6. Shop Talk
    I have been trying for years to get my well fired up because I could not figure out the voltage. The main problem is that the 25KW Generator walked away years ago and my Dad has since passed away and I have no idea what the voltage is on the pump. The Magnetic Starter/Control Box is still in...
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