Different components, including testing water for impurities and other quality parameters, help make up Well Testing procedure. Results may vary and if Escherichia coli (E. coli) is discovered, then additional tests will be performed to determine if fecal matter is present. Well chlorination is typically the standard treatment for this condition.
Then, a flow test is performed and designed to quantify the volume of water available to be pumped from the well. This test usually requires a consistent flow of water over a set period of time followed by a measurement of the volume of water the well can produce.
Well location in relationship to set-back requirements from ponds, septic and property lines may also be a part of a well test. To learn more, contact AmeriSpec® Inspection Services today.
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