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Oct 16, 2011 20:36:49 PDT
Big Sandy, Texas, United States
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Drill A Well In Your Own Backyard!
Are you tired of paying huge monthly bills and dealing with restrictions and limits to your water supply?
Would you like your own source of virtually free, pure, fresh water?
Well now you can have it! With our new revolutionary system you can drill a well in your backyard at a fraction of the cost of other water well drilling systems - so cheap in fact, that your well will probably pay for itself just by saving you the cost of a few water bills - and then start making you money!
This new system is unlike any you've ever seen before; it doesn't involve derricks and trucks, it doesn't involve heavy steel pipe, it doesn't involve endless hammering and pounding, and it doesn't involve thousands of dollars worth of special equipment. You don't need to be a mechanical genius and you don't have to have bulging muscles like Rambo. In fact, most of the work is so easy a child can do it!
It works like this: a small but powerful air-powered drill is attached to the end of a length of 1” PVC pipe. The drill turns a specially designed drill bit which cuts the hole. Simple enough, right? Now comes the cool part: the exhaust from the air tool is ejected up the back side of the drill, and up into the pipe. This creates a vacuum at the back of the drill, which sucks water into the pipe. This water is then blown up the pipe and out on the ground, which in turn creates a new vacuum, which sucks in water, which gets pumped out... and voila! We have a pumping system to remove tailings from our well!
Water is added to the hole from a local source such as a hose or 55 gallon drums but it does NOT have to be pressurized! Its only job is to dilute the tailings in the hole, the air exhaust from the drill is what does the pumping. The pipe itself never twists, only the bit at the very end of the pipe turns. And since this system IS so simple, and since there are so few parts to this system it is incredibly inexpensive when compared to every other home well drilling system on the market, which often cost several thousand dollars!
This drilling system can drill through rock, clay, sand, and any strata that is drill-able. The most problematic soil is rounded gravel between 3/4" and 1' in size, but those are a problem for any rig, and are relatively rare. Of course, like any rig, rocks and clay will slow it down substantially. This system is designed to drill a large enough hole for 4” casing. If your needs can be met by drilling a 3” or 2” well, the system will drill much faster and if you expect difficult drilling you can drill out a small hole and then ream it out to a larger one later.
This auction is for a set of Plans and DVD. The 20-page plans provide detailed instructions on how to drill your own well and how to fabricate your own tools and where to buy the raw materials. The 70-minute DVD shows footage of a complete 55' well we drilled from start to finish using this system.
The best part is that if you buy these Plans and DVD and then decide that building your own tools is too time-consuming or technical, you can buy one of our kits containing all the tools and bits and specialized parts you'll need and the price of this auction is completely refunded (less shipping and handling)! Just notify me before you check out with one of our kits and I'll give you instructions for claiming your discount!
If you've always wanted your very own well, I believe this or one of our kits (see "sellers other auctions" at the top) to be the cheapest, easiest, and best way you can get it. If you have any questions about this auction or the process itself, please feel free to contact us! But first, check out our frequently asked questions page, which answers over 95% of questions. Just click HERE to go to our FAQ page!
Still not convinced? Want to see more? Check out our 2-minute video!
(If you are on a slow connection and this takes too long to load, right click and select "quality" and then "low")
And here is a video answering our most frequently asked questions: