Over a year ago, we were contacted by a charity who administrated and supplied equipment for one of the lower-income communities in Sandy Bay, Colonia Policarpo-Galindo. Their community well pump problem had been solved, but at a great unnecessary cost to the charity. They were told to replace the pump at great cost to themselves – it turned out the problem had been wrongly diagnosed and it should have been a small part and labor cost. Liquid Systems advised them on how to address future problems, and we make ourselves available for consultation or help.
A friend and customer of Liquid Systems who had just finished construction of Just Float, in Sandy Bay alerted us to a potential problem in the other Colonia in Sandy Bay. Some of their workers had been without water for 3 days, and they were in the process of trying to pull out the well pump.
After speaking with a representative from their water association, the pump, cable, and controllers were taken to Liquid Systems to diagnose the problem. Between the cable, pump and control box, they were looking at a value of around $7,500 for all their equipment.
Liquid Systems diagnosed the problem, obtained the part and returned the pump, cable and control box in working condition. Every part was inspected and tested to make sure the problem would not recur. The system was returned to Colonia Balfate within 2 days, and their water service restored. All for 0.04% of the cost of new.
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