The Water Pump Pipe Cut-Off Tool is used to cut and retrieve poly tubing from a water well casing where a submersible pump is stuck down in the hole.
- No Need to Drill a New Well
- New Pump Simply Drops Into Well
- Attaches to Larger PVC Pipe
- Simple and Uncomplicated Design
- Saves Time and Reduces Frustration
Story Behind the Invention
Inventors Geryl Wayne Taylor and Dakota Wayne Taylor of Port Lavaca, TX have created a tool to cut and retrieve poly tubing from a water well casing where a submersible pump is stuck down in the hole.
Technologies that provide access to water have become almost commonplace, and even taken for granted. Yet, when an interruption in access to water occurs, significant effort and resources must be expended to restore access quickly. Water-accessing technologies comprise of submersible pumps that draw water from subterranean basins and transport it to where it is needed. A well is drilled into the ground and a pump is lowered to perform work. If the pump or piping of the system fails, the system is often left abandoned due to the cost and time required to correct it. A new well is then drilled and a new pump is installed. Inventors Taylor have created a means by which a new pump and piping can be installed in an existing well without having to drill a new well.
With this clever new invention, there is no need to drill a new well. A new pump can be easily dropped into a well. The tool attaches to a larger PVC pipe. It is a simple and uncomplicated design. It saves time and reduces frustration. The use of the Water Well Saver enables a user to easily replace a submersible pump and piping within an existing well casting.