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In general, standard jet pumps can be effective for wells of up to 25 feet in depth. However, for advanced industrial use there are more powerful jet pumps that work in multiple stages and can draw water from much lower depths.

To determine the most appropriate type of pump for your application it is important to work directly with a jet pump manufacturer. The manufacturer can work with you to determine your system criteria and usage patterns in order to determine the right pump size for your system.

PumpScout can recommend several suppliers. We have listed a few below, but you can also use the search module to the right of this page to connect with additional companies, including local pump distributors.

More information about jet pumps:

Jet pumps are one of the most common types of well pumps. Most of the time they are located in the basement of the building or in a separate well house, and they use suction to draw water up from below.
Most are powered by electricity. The power drives the impeller of a centrifugal pump, which pushes a special supply of water, known as drive water, into a chamber contained within the pump. As the drive water leaves the main body of the pump, suction is created, which draws water up through pipes leading down to the well supply.

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