Lifting Type Water Well Drilling rigs are a type of well-drilling equipment that is designed to be placed by hand and lift the water from a lake or reservoir. These types of drilling rigs have been around for decades and are used in a variety of applications such as pumping lake waters, extracting water from a dry well or stream, and more. Lifting type water drilling rigs are most often used when there is a need to move water faster or to access difficult areas that traditional drilling cannot reach. This type of drilling equipment comes in various sizes to accommodate a variety of pumping maneuvers.
A typical lifting water well drilling rig is a cylinder-shaped unit that is equipped with a boom or top-end tip. The cylinder unit is elevated to a working height where the wellhead will then be placed into the well. Once the well is completely loaded, the cylinder is slowly lowered back to the floor level before being lifted again so that the water level in the well is not depleted. These types of pumps can pump both waters from a well and liquid from a reservoir at the same time allowing operators to complete two tasks in one operation.
To use lifting-type good drilling equipment, you will need to have access to a well and a hydraulic pressure valve that is regulated by water pressure. The pump is capable of operating either on high pressure or low pressure, depending upon the volume of water that is being pumped. Many operators who perform water well drilling in this manner will use an automatic system to trigger the pump for operation as soon as the wellhead is touched below the surface of the water.