|Motor Phase||Three Phase|
|No. of Wheels||4|
It consists of several key components:
Well Points: These are small-diameter pipes or tubes with filter screens attached to their lower ends. They are installed vertically into the ground, usually in a row, to create a barrier for groundwater. The well points allow water to enter while preventing soil and debris from clogging the system.
Header Pipe: The well points are connected to a header pipe, which collects the water from the individual points and directs it to the pump.
Dewatering Pump: The heart of the system is the dewatering pump. It is responsible for drawing water from the well points and discharging it away from the work area. Various types of pumps can be used, including electric or diesel-powered centrifugal pumps or submersible pumps, depending on the specific requirements of the job.
Control Panel: Many Well Point Pump systems come with a control panel that allows for easy operation and monitoring of the pump's performance. It may include features like on/off switches, flow rate adjustments, and safety mechanisms.