Low flow water wells are the result of sediment being washed into the seams of the bedrock causing the water source to be blocked.
Hydroflushing is a process in where we install an inflator packer into the bedrock below the casing and inflate it to seal the bottom of the well. We then hook a water pump to the top of the inflator piping and begin pumping water into the formation at a rate of 65 gallons per minute (GPM) up to 3,000 psi. We will pump 2,500 gallons of water into the formation, allowing water to be pushed through the seams in the bedrock and flushing the sediment out of the seams.
Once we have pumped the 2,500 gallons of water into the formation, we remove all of the equipment from the well and conduct a flow test to determine how much water the well is producing. The rate of success in this procedure is very high. Please contact us for more information on this process if you have any questions.