What is the Source of air in well water piping system?

Air in water pipes is usually caused by bad joints. In particular this can be an irritating problem if you use a Jet Pump. This is a pump with attached motor on the surface. These types of pumps suck the water out of the well and can also suck air in through bad joints. At every place where a fitting is used, the flexible wellpipe must be heated to conform with the fitting and tightly attached with 2 hose clamps turned at opposite angles.

Air in water pipes is usually caused by bad joints. In particular this can be an irritating problem if you use a Jet Pump. This is a pump with attached motor on the surface. These types of pumps suck the water out of the well and can also suck air in through bad joints. At every place where a fitting is used, the flexible wellpipe must be heated to conform with the fitting and tightly attached with 2 hose clamps turned at opposite angles.

Air in water pipes is usually caused by bad joints. In particular this can be an irritating problem if you use a Jet Pump. This is a pump with attached motor on the surface. These types of pumps suck the water out of the well and can also suck air in through bad joints. At every place where a fitting is used, the wellpipe must be heated to conform with the fitting and tightly attached with 2 hose clamps turned at opposite angles.

Air in water pipes is usually caused by bad joints. In particular this can be an irritating problem if you use a Jet Pump. This is a pump with attached motor on the surface. These types of pumps suck the water out of the well and can also suck air in through bad joints. At every place where a fitting is used, the wellpipe must be heated to conform with the fitting and tightly attached with 2 hose clamps turned at opposite angles.