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WELL DRILLING 101 | Every Step Explained

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blyxx 74 (28 минут назад)
Really hate when ppl add clips of other stuff in the vid instead of just getting to the point. This may be the best vid on YouTube but I wouldn't know because I stopped watching after the the pterodactyl man.
George Georgiadis (11 часов назад)
PVC pipe usualy used for irrigation, it has and can be used for drain, vent and potable water.
Richard Robinson (16 часов назад)
They likely went down 25 more Ft because of drawdown of the water elevation. Google image search the term "well drawdown", it is a math problem civil engineers have to do in college.
néva (21 час назад)
Further information - https://wikiwater.fr/e-31-boreholes.html
Diamond Fred (1 день назад)
awesome ….
GK7 TV (1 день назад)
great great video I learned spool much
Aaron Cowley (1 день назад)
My parents well is 625 feet deep
Mack Plymale (1 день назад)
A great video for technical people indeed
Noel Rios (2 дня назад)
What I'd like to know is what do you do with the water once its pumped? is it further purified and or softened?
Jim W. (2 дня назад)
kb9rtb (2 дня назад)
Don't shut that valve off while the pump is running. It's called dead heading the pump. That's why you have a pressure switch installed on a completed system. That pressure will rise fast when that water doesn't have any place to go.
Phil Greg (3 дня назад)
Your attempt at humor in the introduction and the inserted animations do not work or come across well. It is a shame because apart from those really irritating and naff parts, the rest of the video was very good. I nearly stopped watching after the first 10 seconds and would guess that your poor humor and animations are responsible for many viewers leaving early and giving you the thumbs-down. Your not a comedian, so stop trying, stick to the straight info / documentary style, which your very good at, and I reckon you will win more fans. Food-4-thought.
Jeff Krass (4 дня назад)
Great video. Thank you for putting this together.
Paul Shamblin (4 дня назад)
Great informative video. Now, normal body temperature is 98.6....how cold is a well diggers ass in Alaska? Does that machine also measure this for the well diggers safety?
SnapCracklePapa (4 дня назад)
The animation was very helpful. Thanks for an excellent video
George B. (4 дня назад)
blah blah blah is the worst sounds to say to a person you want to take you seriously
Chainarin Thanapaspoonsin (5 дней назад)
Thank, Perfect video.
John Connolly (5 дней назад)
I was certain that this video was going to suck.....but I watched the whole thing with only a bit of fast forward in the beginning :)
david Hook (5 дней назад)
Good stuff! Great teacher!
Notheaverage Joe (7 дней назад)
When my Grandparents had their wells drilled they actually have 2 and each one is about 600 ft. Costed them at the time around 7k each well.
Genius by Design (7 дней назад)
ever hit OIL ?
C carrillo (9 дней назад)
Very intresting thanks for sharing
karrasue (11 дней назад)
Awesome narrative!
That Welder Mike FFWS (11 дней назад)
So the collar they use to pick up the pvc is called elevators, the power head is called a Kelly, the pipes are called drill rods.
David Humphrey (12 дней назад)
I’m not sure how I stumbled onto this video but how do you originally find the location to drill? That wasn’t explained. Or is water everywhere in bedrock?
Vex T (12 дней назад)
Sauron the humanoid pterodactyl was the LAMEST character in 90's X-men cartoon show ever! haha
Michael Belle (14 дней назад)
Like the well. Have to find a nice peace of property first.
John Arizona (14 дней назад)
Good explanation, thanks for posting.God bless!
Levi Strauss (15 дней назад)
I just happen to be a driller and this just happens to be in my suggested videos.
Sun Wukong (20 дней назад)
That extra 25 feet is to get you closer to the bottom of the aquifer. It can increase your gallon/minute and ensure constant water flow.
theshuman100 (22 дня назад)
The temperature is 75 feet
Alejandro Garcia (22 дня назад)
Kids Arcade Room (22 дня назад)
You made a cool video
Me Now (25 дней назад)
"It's this LIKE giant LIKE..." Hm... you appear to be an adult male, yet you speak as if you're a 17-year-old Valley Girl.
Charlie Baucum (26 дней назад)
Very good explanations and great vid! Thanks.
P272 (27 дней назад)
What if there's no water down below? How do they know?
Labinot Hoxha (28 дней назад)
Your right, the blue thing is to keep it centered. It's called a centralizer. We use similar ones in oil wells but made of steel and much heavier duty
James Kurth (29 дней назад)
This video is why the Internet is soo awesome! I learned so much about this and I couldn’t learn this from books. You’re a great teacher and you taught in such a way to make this fascinating to anyone.
Matt Wood (1 месяц назад)
Oh well!!
Kyle Crocker (1 месяц назад)
What did the whole thing end up costing you ? Just for a ball park idea
Adam Sahr (1 месяц назад)
Aren't the first few casing pipes supposed to be riddled with holes?
Daniel Mominee (1 месяц назад)
D GG's my hg
M.D. Suave (1 месяц назад)
This is suppose to be a video not talk show
ollieone051 (1 месяц назад)
I personally would not get rid of the function of getting water from the top of the well. Why eliminate a feature? Have water go into your house and be able to access it from outside.
Joe Salinas (1 месяц назад)
It’s called a rock bit and drill pipe
William Kiley (1 месяц назад)
"...had to go through shale." It may not be bubbling crude, but you're officially rich AF now.
G Kent (1 месяц назад)
Makes you wonder what amazing things well pipes have passed by in isolated underground caverns.
Matt Moore (1 месяц назад)
That was the best explanation of how to put in a well, I've seen! Great video! Great information!
Enusah Abdulai (1 месяц назад)
Does it mean the earth is set on water
lenshunter (1 месяц назад)
0:53 Aaaaaaand dropped. Fucking retard editor
Lou Muller (1 месяц назад)
how much it cost to get it done ?? anybody know?
Jack w. (1 месяц назад)
Well done 😎
He Ang pro_CTB (1 месяц назад)
00:53 Yeah my eardrums just erupted.
Dan Thiels (1 месяц назад)
400-600 ft in the part of AZ where im at , ALOT of granite to drill thru , 15-60 grand for a well in this area ..... im buying water for a while before i take that on
Dark Shadow II (1 месяц назад)
I laughed. You win. Loved the cartoon snips!
J Ames (2 месяца назад)
nice,,best ever....
lilhojo123 (2 месяца назад)
What's stopping that steel piping from rusting and contaminating the water. also how do you know that you will hit water.
johnnymcblaze (2 месяца назад)
1:35 I'd imagine. Nice.
Low bass (2 месяца назад)
Learned something today
G Nk (2 месяца назад)
Super strong shaft that is not going to compromise when you're going down.... My wife telling you stories about me again? ;)
nice skinny jeans dude put a hat on to cover that Chrome
Devin E (2 месяца назад)
Title of video made it seem like there would have been an expert explaining the process. Not some guy that watched it done once. Sorry but ya.
Richard Alvis (2 месяца назад)
about 5 thousand dollars later
ya yaya (2 месяца назад)
keep drilling until you hit the tbm tunnels that the american alien illuminati nephilim overlord gods use to criss cross the country at hyper speeds.
Angel Wonder (2 месяца назад)
very informative, but I'm a little curious as to how well digging was done in the days of Abraham, when they didn't have all that heavy equipment
steve b (2 месяца назад)
NEVER move to ANY place that doesn't have CITY water.
Rick Miller (2 месяца назад)
I am a well driller myself
Josh Paul (2 месяца назад)
Worked with my uncle who is a 4th generation driller this summer. Interesting to see how others use some different tools and techniques while also keeping certain things very similar
William Vanson (2 месяца назад)
This is absolutely brilliant, I am born and raised in NYC. Never knew anything about this stuff. Frankly, I never even thought about it. I am so much more informed Many thanks
GR33N L1GHT (2 месяца назад)
I may have missed it but, is it possible to run out of well water?
soveless963 (2 месяца назад)
Correct me if my math is incorrect I used the flowrate off a similar pump to what you stated, and came out with the result of ~3504.4 gallons of water you can draw on before the pump begins to run dry. (Math based off the flowrate of your pump being 10.5669gpm, a refill rate of 10gpm and the total amount of starting water being ~188gal [π3^2*1536=~188gal] )
Tom Maika (2 месяца назад)
great...CAVE...aka SINKHOLE! Bye Bye to your house above!
drgil65 (2 месяца назад)
How did you know where to drill for water, how much did it cost all together to drill your well?
anthony asaro (2 месяца назад)
That blue thing is a torque arrester it keeps the pump from spinning and breaking off the end of the pipe and also breaking the wires that power the pump !!
Justin Games (2 месяца назад)
My teacher said it’s grass than rocks than dirt than rocks than the red sticky dirt than rocks than stone
Mike Penn (2 месяца назад)
Great video!
Mike Penn wispy clouds
Wet Techniques (2 месяца назад)
Been drilling wells for 20 years. I got confused about 6, 7, 11teen times watching this guy talk. 10gpm???? No way I’d pay for that. You got screwed man
All the water that comes from the wells in my neighborhood is very rusty idk if that's bad
Crazy Redneck (2 месяца назад)
How did you find the location to start drilling at on your land?
Dolo Molo (2 месяца назад)
Jack L (2 месяца назад)
Thanks for the ear rape at 0:54 lol, rip me and all other headphone users
rosmaledegekste1 (2 месяца назад)
I think you did well! Well done!
Brandon Allen (2 месяца назад)
Very interesting video... But you left a few things out!! 1 how did you locate where to drill for water in first place?? 2 how did you determine the water was good and safe prior to drilling? 3 how much did it cost? 4whst is the chemistry of your well water?? 5 finally how is the well deepend if needed?
Nicolas Gomez (2 месяца назад)
How much did it all cost?
bubbajeph (2 месяца назад)
I am hand digging a well using an auger shovel. I live 30 feet above sea level and the Poquoson River is about 1500 yards away. I went through about 8 feet of clay and rocks of different sizes. I hit water at 10 feet. Have been pulling gray mucky sand and shell fragments with every shovel full. I am now 12 feet in the water column and 22 feet down. I am wondering if this is ground water I am in. I do not want to be too shallow that I will run out of water when watering the garden and yard. My parents had a well pump when I was growing up. My previous house had a well too. Like well water to water the yard. Any ideas if I am deep enough and in ground water table? Should I dig deeper??
bubbajeph (5 дней назад)
I have 4"PVC to send down the hole when I am done digging.The bottom section is cut so water can enter the outer pipe. Gravel will go around the 4" pipe and 1 1/2" is the well pump pipe for watering the yard and garden. I've quit for the season. We are having a wet fall. A very knowledgeable friend said the fresh, good for drinking, water is at a table @ 100 feet down. I cannot dig that deep with my auger shovel. Just not enough strength to pull up 100 feet of iron pipe and dirt through water. I'd like to go 60 feet down but unsure if I can.
Jared Maddox (26 дней назад)
Bit late, but that is effectively ground water, though I'm not sure if it should be counted as below the local water table. If you're running into shell fragments then you should probably assume poor filtering, which is backed up by your 10 ft distance estimate. Do NOT use the water for anything other than watering a garden without getting BOTH more information, and professional testing. Go ask one of your local government offices about the local water table, contamination, etc. If everything checks out then properly construct the well structure, with a permeable wall near the bottom (try to have gravel between the actual wall, and surrounding sediment), probably a permeable layer on the very bottom, a non-permeable wall running from there to at least a few feet above ground (local law will have requirements), an external above-ground protective wall on the outside of the portion that extends above ground level, and a cover. Use either a manual pump on/beside the cover, or a properly installed electric pump, but NEVER raise the cover to get water. Also, you should surround the non-permeable portion of the wall in something locally approved for the purpose, to prevent surface water from seeping down along the outside edge of the wall.
Caleb (2 месяца назад)
My well is 62 feet deep. 325 is insane to me.
Blue Marble (2 месяца назад)
Poly pipe + rope give homeowners an easy to the pump
aussie oi oi oi (3 месяца назад)
They drilled deeper because the water table is limited. Each year countries have to drill deeper to get ground water. Its not a magical underground world of water
Yahushuas Disciple (3 месяца назад)
Silent Death (3 месяца назад)
10 GPM is not a good amount that's seepage water our well would pump 60 GPM the trick is knowing where to drill water vanes run north and south east and west, another thing to look for is ant piles ants like a good source of water we drilled right on top of the ant hill and the water was soft good taste and plenty of GPM and we drilled right on the top of a hill. Most well drillers don't have knowledge of these clues ant tricks to get good water, I learned all this from an old timer who drilled the old style wells with the big culvert style casing.
BoldlyPoliPranks (3 месяца назад)
u just like talking about big shalfs and pipes and making the bed rock
jipedo williamson (3 месяца назад)
No worse feeling than running out of water in your well especially mid shower
Lone Spirit Of The Night (3 месяца назад)
It's all fun and dandy till you find out a buncha' fuckin Mexicans have been pouring thier motor oil into the soil along with any fluid waste they wanna discard.
Louis Fortin (3 месяца назад)
to keep the pump from spinning a couple of turns at the end of pipe from start torque,
YT_PoliceForce (3 месяца назад)
I went into my basement a few years ago to find a cap came off my water tank, I had a good 2 inches of water.
Aidocortez (3 месяца назад)
You should of included prices
Zaxaris Petixos (3 месяца назад)
If you are near a river, lake you do need to go to the bedrock
Justin Hankins (3 месяца назад)
Man it’s way different in Texas
Kandela Brown (3 месяца назад)
You should’ve said where you are. In Florida they drilled my well with a gasoline powered pump that would spray the sand out of the way as the pvc pipe was lowered 50 feet. But now here in the Dutch Caribbean it is diabase all the way down to where the water is. Usually we have to contend with brackish water, but i got lucky and have very good well water, about as good as i had in Florida.
wolf wolf (3 месяца назад)
They went that deapth because they didn't know the rate of flow of the water table or how much pressure it's under. They could run the pump down farther than that to but the flow rate is good enough for you to do laundry take a shower and water the garage at the same time

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