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WATER WELL SYSTEMS FOR LOW YIELD

Increased yield. Reliable performance.

Wells can provide all the water you could ever need. But many wells need some help. With Well Manager’s range of products, you can find the perfect system for a well of any size or type. There’s no reason to hire a driller. Well Manager products can help even the poorest wells deliver consistent water pressure for entire buildings. The innovative pumps, valves, and tanks that these systems use can allow your well to perform at unprecedented levels without ever over pumping or damaging the well. Get the most out of your well. Install one of our advanced well systems today.

Well Manager water system

WELL MANAGER

Well Manager® systems come in all sizes, including one that will fit through a 24” door and requires little more space than the pressure tank it replaces. Well Manager® has been used to create a reliable water supply and provide amazing performance with wells that yield as little as 1.5 Gallons Per Minute using a fraction of the storage required by other systems.

Well Manager's Well Watcher system

WELL WATCHER

The Well Watcher is a 210-gallon water storage system built on the same platform as the Well Manager, but at a lower price point. Much like Well Manager, Well Watcher enhances the performance of low-yielding wells and provides consistent water pressure while protecting the well and keeping as much water in the ground as possible.

Constaboost to help with low yield water systems

CONSTABOOST

Herculan ConstaBoost Systems can be combined with tank storage to make a system that will provide a constant water supply to a building that has intermittent service or to improve pressure and flow in a building supplied by a water pipe too small to carry the required peak demand flow rate.

Not sure which one is right for you? Compare the cost and benefits of each below:

 

Benefit Comparison of Possible Solutions to Low Yield Well

Well
Manager
Systems

Herculan
System

Cistern
or
Buried
Tank

Drill
a
new
well

Total Cost known before start

X

X

X

Runs treatment equipment on low-yield well

X

X

X

Improves performance of plumbing

X

X

X

?

Can deliver “consistent pressure” and adequate volume

X

X

X

?

Collects the output of multiple wells

X

X1

X

Provide retention time for water treatment

X

X

X

Can install treatment equip. on system inlet

X2

X

Installs in hours – immediate results

X

X

Many people install themselves or with little help

X

X

Can increase water clarity

X

X

Overcomes interference between wells

X

X

?

For performance desired based on water you have

X

X

Makes water available in home if power fails

X

X

Installation requires no excavating

X

X

Installs and is serviceable in any weather

X

X

Protects stored water from groundwater contamination

X

X

Reduces amount of air drawn into the well

X

X

Gives visual indication of changes in water quality

X

X

Allows you see how much water you have

X

X

Based on engineered standardized design

X

X

Includes service manual

X

X

Parts and tech help readily available

X

X

Factory backed warranty on entire package

X

X

Can limit amount withdrawn from well

X

X

Can collect more water – even in a drought

X

X

Protects pressure pump

X

X

Requires less water storage than job-built systems

X

X

Equipment for large systems fits through 24” doors

X

X

Guaranteed results

X

New well – do not need to drill as much storage

X

New well – a smaller pump can be used

X

Has overflow prevention system

X

Storage tank breather is filtered

X

Protects well pump

X

Gives you control of water resources

X

Protects well from damage caused by over pumping

X

Protects aquifer from contamination

X

Pump cycles adjust in length and frequency

X

Complete system can fit in a closet

X

Gives visual indication of changes in well yield

X

Can collect entire output of well without pumping it down

X

Works on wells 1/10th GPM or less

X

Adjusts each connected well’s collection cycle

X

Increases water pressure and availability in one home on a community well or a well share

X

X

Notes:
1. Requires a pressure tank and pressure switch for each well. Well Manager requires neither.
2. Requires optional kit
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