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Motors don't like cycling. It's better that it keeps running while the sprinklers are on. Your motor will last much longer that way. As far as bladder tanks go, if it waterlogged, it's gone bad.
With a PH of 6.8 your iron filter will not work as well as it would with a PH of 7 or higher. The unit I sell can remove either sulfur or iron or sulfur and iron. The sulfur/iron unit simply has more
I offer the system also; but before I bought anything I would check my water. Here in Florida we have 2", 3", 4" and 5" domestic wells. The two inch and three inch wells were drilled over 40 years
Four feet isn't a lot of water, but I've seen a lot of shallow wells with not much water pump like crazy. A good rule of thumb is to look for 10 to 15 gpm. That's about all you can get from one. If
Hi Jay, The tank isn't for pressure, it's for storage to keep the pump from cycling too much. In your case, a small tank the size of a basketball would work as long as you set the pressure switch high