In addition to having offices all throughout the country, we design custom wellpoint dewatering packages to match the unique needs of each customer. First-rate wellpoint dewatering services are available from our team.
This includes everything from the planning and design phase through the building and installation phase. Computer-generated designs for your website are created by us using cutting-edge technology.
Wellpoint Dewatering: What Is It?
The most common question we get asked is, “What is wellpoint dewatering, and how can it benefit us on our site?”. Lowering and controlling groundwater levels in excavations is possible with the help of wellpoint dewatering. Pipeline construction, shallow foundations, and trench operations are all examples of acceptable uses.
It is common for a typical wellpoint dewatering system to have a number of calculated wellpoints placed at an effective depth and at a suitable spacing around or parallel to an excavation. Using a high-pressure jetting technique, either by hand or machine, these well points are inserted into the earth. The wellpoints are linked to the surface through a riser pipe, and then to a shared header main pipe by a flexbow.
Trimming the air and water entering the system is possible with the flexbows’ adjustable valve, ensuring a steady vacuum in the system and an efficient water draw. Wellpoint dewatering pumps are linked to the main header pipe, which subsequently discharges to a chosen location or through a water treatment system, depending on the water quality.
When it comes to wellpoint dewatering, Whitewater has a wide selection of pumps that have been tested and confirmed to be the best in the business. With our wide variety of wellpoint dewatering systems, we have the capacity to handle flows ranging from extremely low to extremely high in silty situations. It’s common practice for Whitewater’s wellpoint dewatering systems to run around-the-clock in order to keep the work area dry. Learn more: https://whitewatermanagement.ca/project/wellpoint-dewatering/