Like any other complex machine, the functionality of a deep-well pump depends on the synchronous workings of many parts. The YouTube video “Secrets Inside Your Well Pump.” explains the functions of the major parts of a deep-well pump.
The deep-well pump consists of a pump section and a motor section. The pump section connects to the motor section through a spline shaft that fits into the output of the motor section.
The motor section has a plug covered with a seal to prevent any potential issues when the pump is connected to an electrical source.
The motor section is enclosed in a metal-sheet casing which provides housing and support for the motor components. The motor also has a heat sensor which splits into hot and cold parts.
Other components include the impeller, which is the rotating component that moves the fluid in the well pump, and the mechanical seals used on the shaft of the pump, which are held in place with springs and pump pressure. Valves that control the direction of fluid are also present.
If your drilled-well pump exhibits any issues, contact a well pump services company to fix any problems.