Well & Pump Maint. Programs

Assuring a reliable water resource is an ongoing effort. Well and pump hydraulic characteristics should be continuously monitored. Our preventative maintenance program at MWP documents well performance while assuring proper operation of well equipment and monitoring controls

All services provided by Municipal Well & Pump are performed and overseen by a Certified Operator as required by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

A typical well and pump maintenance would include the following as they apply to your system:

I. Collection and submittal of water sample for bacteria analysis.

II. Operation Check of:

  1. Each well pump 
  2. Each Booster Pump 
  3. Air charge system 
  4. Float control system 
  5. Electrical controls 
  6. Static water level 
  7. Pumping water level 
  8. Amperage draw and voltage check of submersible motors 
  9. Air to water balance in elevated tank and reservoir 
  10. Heating and ventilating system 
  11. Air release and vacuum breakers 
  12. Inspection of lighting system 
  13. Inspection of general building structure 
  14. Adjustment of packing glands 
  15. Greasing of packing glands 
  16. Insulation check on electrical cable for submersible pumps 
  17. Resistance check on submersible motor windings 
  18. If allowable, valves in pump-station are worked, ie: opened and closed to ensure proper operation in the event they may be needed