Well Water

WELL WATER

There are 13 million households in the United States that rely on private wells as a water source, according to the US Census American Housing Survey 2017. Well water is also used for commercial and industrial businesses, especially in rural areas where a utility water distribution system isn’t present.

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American private well owners are responsible for the safety and supply of their water. There may be local regulations in place, based on the well location and application of the water itself. State water rights may also decide how a water well is regulated as well as if a permit is required or not.

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We provide clean water storage solutions for wells as well as many other applications. Adding a well water storage tank to your system can resolve issues that well owners run into, including water pressure and supply.

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    The Advantages of Adding an Above Ground Water Tank

    Increase Pump Service Life

    Having an above groundwater supply stops the pump from running continuously as well as reduces the amount of pump cycling on and off. Running a water pump only when necessary and reducing the amount of cycling the pump increases the service life of a water pump.

    Constant Water Access

    Above ground water storage ensures access to water in every situation, including lack of electricity, well issues, pump problems, etc.

    Clean Water Storage

    Well water can be filtered and stored above ground to eliminate water quality issues. If sulfur gas is present, storing the water above ground can allow the gas to dissolve to improve the taste.

    Consistent Water Pressure

    Ensure consistent water pressure with an above ground water tank.

    Additional Water Source

    Add an additional water source to your water system including rainwater harvesting. (Learn More)

    Water Reserve

    Having water storage above ground acts as a reserve in case of an emergency and can act as a water source for fire protection.

    Meet Water Demands

    Additional water tank capacity to a well water pressure tank ensures that enough water can supply the water demands for the entire household.

    Well Water Tank System Example

    Well water tank system

    We offer standard and customizable Pioneer Water Tanks for well water storage solutions and more.

    This example of a well water storage tank shows our standard inclusions as well as a few added options. Talk with Well Water Tanks today to hear about our full range of solutions.

     

    1. Lockable Access Hatch (standard inclusion)

    2. Removable Access Ladder (standard inclusion)

    3. Overflow Pipe 6” Diameter (standard inclusion)

    4. Level Gauge Options

    5. Basket Filter (standard inclusion)

    6. Sidewall Outlet and shutoff valve (standard inclusion)

    7. Secondary Optional Outlet

    8. Optional Fire Fitting

    9. Optional Tank Anchor Kit

    10. Optional Refill Feature for Alternative Water Source

    11. Optional Concrete Ring Beam Base

    Choose the Capacity of Well Water Tank Needed

    Tank Code

    US Gallons

    Diameter

    5,000-Gallons

    11′ 0″

    10,000-Gallons

    15′ 5″

    15,000-Gallons

    19′ 9″

    20,000-Gallons

    22′ 0″

    30,000-Gallons

    26′ 4″

    40,000-Gallons

    30′ 9″

    50,000-Gallons

    35′ 2″

    65,000-Gallons

    39′ 6″

    100,000-Gallons

    39′ 6″

    Custom Sizes

    Designed to Project

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