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15 14 13 Well Capacity Maintained with Annual Aqua Gard Treatments Specific Capacity 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 Pull Pump Rehab Well 5 4 More Costly Well Rehabilitation 3 Pull Pump Rehab Well Economical Aqua Gard Treatments 2 Pull Pump Rehab Well Pull Pump Rehab Well 1 0 0 10 20 30 40 Years of Operation Water Experts for Over 30 Years TNI DY N N E E L L ACCRED I A A C P D TE R A E B D O I T R AT A I T O O N R B Y O At Premier Laboratory we realize that every public water system faces the challenge of meeting both budget and regulatory requirements. The fact is that you’re under pressure from both tax payers and board members to limit costs but still have to meet all of your compliance deadlines. Premier Laboratory can help satisfy both sides. With our professional attitude and over thirty years experience you can rest assured that Premier will be a partner you can rely on. C L Return to Table of Contents Aqua Gard Well Maintenance Regular Aqua Gard Treatments Maintain Well Capacity AC very successful because the deposits are removed when they are “softer in nature” and not very extensive. Time based preventive maintenance, generally annual, will keep wells clean so they never experience significant and hardened deposits. Many systems have been very successful in making the transition from rehabilitation when a well has noticeable deterioration to the proactive preventive maintenance approach of keeping wells in peak operating efficiency The key to cost effective maintenance of wells is performing maintenance cleaning without removing any pumping equip- ment. The injection of adequate energy must also reach the lower zones in a well, historically difficult to overcome, with the pump in place. One method of delivering effective energy into a well with the pump in place is to retrofit the well head and equip the well with injection lines directed to the water bearing zones, thereby al- lowing the well to undergo routine service without removing the pump. The importance of recognizing the time based approach cannot be over emphasized, because waiting until problems occur will result in more costly rehabilitation, with un- certain results. A more costly rehabilitation will require the pumping or injection equip- ment to be removed, and more aggressive cleaning treatments will be required to get more complete removal of the deposits. The analogy that is often used is, “You do not wait until your engine starts knocking before you change your oil,” applies here. The benefits of keeping a well clean include: Maintaining peak efficiency and lower pumping energy costs Maintaining the lowest cost of pumping water Maintaining the maximum production rate from a well Minimizing failure of Total Coliform positive samples and elevated HPC’s Preventing discolorations on start up Preventing many Taste and Odor issues Maintaining the original water quality by maintaining the original production profile from a well Fixed budget pricing Wells can be maintained during non-peak demand period Less emergency rehabilitation well cleaning | 800-334-0103 Winter 2014/15  InFlow-Line 43