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Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked 1 3 17 3 4 inches long 3 C to C
Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked 1 3 17 3 4 inches long 3 C to C
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Lot P 5 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked no 14
Lot P 5 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked no 14
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Lot P 7 Adjustable Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump
Lot P 7 Adjustable Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump
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Lot P 2 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked 8
Lot P 2 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked 8
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Lot P 10 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked A26
Lot P 10 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked A26
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Lot P 4 Odd Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked CS USB19
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Vintage Antique Cast Iron Windmill Old Water Well Farm Hand Pump Handle
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Lot P 8 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked 1324
Lot P 8 Old Handle for Hand Water Well Pump marked 1324
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Question Where does the water in a well come from?
Why are people answering me like I'm an idiot? If you don't like the question don't answer.

Best Answer I hate the stupid answers too. The water comes from a Bucket on a rope in old fashioned wells,,, then on later wells it came from a big handle you had to pump. On Modern wells,,it just comes from a faucet same as any other water does.:) Seriously,,,it's Underground Water generically called Aquifers. RARE,,but in Someplaces it's practically a free running river underground. Florida for example is sitting on a limestone "shelf",,,it's like a stone honeycomb. Someplaces it's an actual tunnel,,free flowing for miles. Like a big pipe. Most often it's sand-like sediments that are porous/permeable and water flows thru it. Surface water seeps into ground in various places refilling it. Much of it originates in mountains,,maybe 100's of miles away. A LOT of USA's water is Ancient,Trapped water from Ice Age. And it's almost Non renewable. Like a huge underground Pool with practically NO way to add new water IN I think that lots of the people who ridicule the "Tree Huggers"/Environmentalists Dont quite realize that Fresh Water is such a fragile resource. Rio Grande River between USA/Mexico Border has had so much water pumped out of it's aquifer,,,it's almost NOT a River anymore. now nearly a "Dead River",,,simply a long skinny Lake. Lots of times it's water dont even reach the Gulf of Mexico anymore California has water supply probs because they pump it Out faster than the aquifers can be refilled. Wastewater gets deposited Locally,,,but that dont help much to replenish the underground aquifer 'cuz it usually originates very far away in the mountains WELLS--- usually are drilled down to a Known water bearing depth. The hole is line with Pipe,,, and has a "Screen" filter arrangement on the bottom end. The pipe also has a thing called a packer,,,which is device on OUTside of pipe to keep the water from coming up around Outside of pipe. It confines the water to Inside of pipe. Usually the water must be Pumped. An electric motor pump way down hole pushes the water UP,,, Or a Siphon-type Jet Pump sorta "vacuums" the water to the surface. The Old Fashioned Hand Pump thing I was joking about in the beginning---thats a FOOT VALVE type pump. A Rod goes way down to the water,,,and it has a One Way Flapper valve on it. When pushed Down ,,,it opens up and water can pass thru. But when the Rod and Valve are pulled back UP,,,it snaps closed holding the water on top of the valve. There's a 2nd one-way valve in the pipe that allows the Lifted water to flow thru Upwards,,but not fall back down. Each Pump Stroke increases the amount of water "trapped" above the valve till it fills the pipe and overflows out the top end of the pipe. It literally Lifts the water up stroke by stroke. ...................................... Here's a wikipedia article,,,a good basic primer with some pics. ***Note their comment about MISCONCEPTIONS,,that water is not generally an "underground river" At end of article is another link to Florida's underground aquifer,,one of the few exceptions http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquifer Hope that helps ** besides Well Water,,,water is also found way down beneath surface. Very common to find water at 1000's of feet deep when drilling oil/gas wells. That too is "Dinosaur Days" water,,,deposited in some prehistoric period and trapped,,,then covered over with no way to escape. Usually Salt water,,,but also lots of other chemicals too---some very nasty stuff sometimes. Not unusual for water and oil to exist is same formation underground. A Lot of "WELL WATER" has not been Surface Water for at least Dozens,,or Hundreds of generations. Here's a thing about WELLS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_well here's some more info/pictures of how well pumps are http://www.homeinspectors.net/water.htm http://www.richardsonwell.com/faq.html Aquifers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_aquifers artesian http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artesian_Well
Question What type of water pump is this? Old fashioned!?
I haven't got a picture and can't find one on the Internet as I don't know the name of the pump. Its tall, made out of wood (horizontal) has a long handle on the right hand side. Sorry I can't describe it anymore, anybody know the name of it? Thanks.

Best Answer It's an old fashioned water pump! Your description is inadequate.

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