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Well Services and Rehabilitation

For a variety of reasons, the productivity of a water well can decline over time.

Any performance decline is usually indicated by a noticeable difference in the quantity or quality of the water being pumped.

At Hydro Resources, we are prepared to diagnose the status or situation and pinpoint the cause of a problem. If the cause appears to be downhole, we utilize the latest technology in downhole closed circuit video equipment to visually inspect the entire depth of the well.

When a specific problem is identified, we utilize a variety of mechanical and chemical rehabilitation techniques, in the most cost-effective manner, to restore the water system to the highest production and efficiency levels possible.

Hydro offers state-of-the-art high pressure jetting services for well rehabilitation. Used alone, or in combination with other methods, our well jetting process uses high velocity water to apply aggressive cleaning power to the well perforations and surrounding gravel pack. Well jetting is a rapid and cost-effective approach to your well rehabilitation needs.

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Sonar Jet Cleaning

Sonar Jet Cleaning

Sonar Jet cleaning can restore your well’s capacity, revitalizing the productivity of the well by removing scale or mineral precipitation from the casing and surrounding gravel pack or formation. Sonar Jet cleaning is a rapid, effective and economical tool used alone or in conjunction with chemical rehabilitation methods.

Downhole Video Survey

Downhole Video Survey

Hydro Resources doesn’t leave things to chance. By using our downhole video system to capture high quality video and pictures, we can analyze your well’s condition and formulate the proper procedure to resolve any issues your well may have.

Chemical Treatments

Chemical Treatments

Using National Sanitation Foundation-approved products designed for use in potable systems, Hydro can target biomass and mineral scale for effective cleaning. Chemical treatments often include chlorine, acid and dispersant chemistry. Hydro will tailor the chemistry to treat the specific problem in the well.

Wire Brushing Well Screens

Wire Brushing Well Screens

Well casing, screens, or open bore holes are often plugged by bacteria, slime, and mineral deposits. Wire brushing and removal of the debris will allow for better flow, increasing the overall life and functionality of your well.

Well Redevelopment

Well Redevelopment

Well Redevelopment is sometimes necessary if your current well was not completely developed when it was constructed. If an operating well begins to lose capacity, the well could be plugged. Hydro can redevelop your well with minimum down time and restore it to its original operating output or even increase it.

Airlift Methods

Airlift Methods

Hydro Resources offers airlift swabbing as part of a well rehabilitation process. Airlifting imparts significant energy to the well, allowing for removal of biological or mineral scale loosened by chemical or physical rehabilitation methods. Effective removal of loosened material is crucial to the overall result of well rehabilitation.

High Speed Bailing

High Speed Bailing

Hydro Resources offers a high-speed bailing method of well development. A close-fitting bailer is alternately lowered to the bottom of the well and then raised to the surface at a high rate of speed, providing high energy surging of the well screen area. This high-speed bailing is often used in new well development and well rehabilitation.

Surge Block Well Development

Surge Block Well Development

Surging works similar to a plunger. The surge block closely fits the interior of the casing and is alternately raised and lowered in the well screen to create a flushing action of the water out of and back into the well. Hydro uses both single and double disc surge blocks for well development or rehabilitation.


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