Solar powered well: Chlorine shock

Solar powered well: Chlorine shock

Postautor: aaronpawlak » 21 kwie 2018, 10:40


I know this is off any topic for the purpose of this site. But there are many of us encountering the same maintenance issues and I want to tap the collective wisdom if OK with site Moderators:
I haven't ever shocked the system but I think its time after five years. The well is 195' with the pump at 165', static level at 140', 11 gpm max, 80 gallon p-tank. Water is excellent, very little in the way of particulates but I'm seeing grunge building up around the faucets faster. I'm curious about best practices, not just dumping a few gallons of Clorox down the cap on the column and trickling the faucets. Any one with professional advice and precautions from past experience?
Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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