Deep Well Pumps are critical for areas of the country that don’t have a high water table, or lack a stable supply of potable water near the surface. Without a suitable water table, and to achieve the same result, it is required to dig deeper. A deep well means that the water has to be lifted farther, therefore the strategies for moving it change. Deep wells require large motors that are used for turning the pump. This type of operation is typically outdoors. If the facility is located near a noise sensitive area, an outdoor well pump sound enclosure is recommended.
Acoustic enclosures or sound barriers are a common solution for the noise reduction of well pumps. Depending on the current sound levels of the pump motors and your noise reduction goals, an abatement solution can be determined. In most applications a Deep Well Pump Sound Enclosure will meet your sound reduction needs. Some simple planning and our expert advice will lead you down the right path to reducing a sound problem from outdoor deep well pumps.
Below are several examples of Deep Well Pump Sound Enclosures
Well Pump Sound Enclosure with access doors, silenced ventilation, and lift-off roof.
Top view of structural and acoustic panels for entire sound enclosure lift-off option.