This well was constructed in Monument, Colorado drilling through layers of gravel, clay and sandstone in what's known as the Dawson Aquifer.
The final production rate of this particular well was over 20 g.p.m and was constructed for a parade of homes model.
This particular well was constructed in Mueller State Park in Divide, Colorado. Because the formation is granite, an air-percussion hammer was used to drill to a depth of 500'. The well was drilled for potable water usage throughout the park and was rated at 3 gpm.
The pump system was designed and installed by our friends at Woodland Pump & Supply.