What Is a Pitless Unit?


A pitless unit is a specialized piece of equipment, which is manufactured specifically for the purposes of completing a Municipal or Industrial water wells. Standard pitless units range in size from 152 mm to 406 mm. They are normally manufactured using cast spool and a discharge body.
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