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In this part of the country the economy is based upon agribusiness, including farming, ranching, feedlot operations and large scale farms. There are over 90,000 acres of corn requiring over 58 billion gallons of water on corn alone.
There are over 3 million head of cattle and other livestock in this area. This type of economy demands more efficient and long-term solutions for these large scale operations. Boreline was chosen by this farm for their wells and water supply.
The pump was installed on a continuous length of 3” Boreline 420’ below ground level. A check valve was placed just above the pump with a hole drilled into it to prevent freezing during the cold winter months. Within two hours of arriving on site, this pump was running and producing water.
Apart from the safe and easy manner of installation, the Boreline also saves the farm significant energy costs with a more efficient pump system. It does this by preventing scaling and build-up on the inside of the hose ensuring the system is always operating at its most efficient point.

Center pivots used for watering crops

The Boreline, pump and rolling wheel all prepared for installation

The Boreline fitting connected to the check valve

The power cable is attached along the length of the Boreline using the Cable Straps supplied.

Lifting clamps are used to grip and hold the Boreline during installation.
The pump is lowered into position using the tractor.

The pump has been lowered into the well and the lifting clamp will hold it in position while the tractor grabs the elbow

The tractor is used to lower the Boreline and pump into the well.

As the tractor approaches, the elbow is raised and will be lowered vertically onto the base.

Then elbow and base plate have been connected and are now lowered into position above the well. The electrical connections are made and before long we are pumping water.

The job is complete.

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