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Thats a good Question, depending on the size of the well jacket. the type of a pump use can be an above ground jet pump or a submersible deep well. The first question to be asked is what is the well supplying, this is important becuse at 100 ft you will need to know the GPM or Gallons per minute. on a typical 2 bath house the requirement is around 7 to 10 GPM. on a 3-4 bath house the GPM's should be around 15. The next issue is how deep is the water? the well is 100' but the water level can be at 25' so you would have 75' of draw down. with tha being said look at page 3928 in the 403 book a 2EHL7 will be a submersible pump with control box. this will be just part of what you need.. but its a start.
The HP is irrevelevent it is the GPM at elevation that makes the difference. but 3/4 to 1 HP should work.
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Look at a Grainger Part number 22W712 that installed with the proper Foot valves and Delivery Check valves should work for you application.
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The Sotera Fuel pump Grainger part # 30J160 is a heavy duty fuel transfer pump. It is rugged and made to transfer fuel, it is bulilt to tollerate heavy duty use.
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The Regulator must be sized for the highest volume expected for the equipment being cooled. You will also need to understand the wetted surface requirements of the cooling tower, it may be necessary to use a bypass if this is the only unit on this loop.
You might want to look at another design for your system, like changing out controls to handle the head pressure of the existing loop, or if this is the only unit needing lower pressure on this loop install a secondary loop with a heat ex-changer.
I hope this gives you some ideas.
Larger 1 HP plus pumps must be disassembled the new bearings pressed into the housing and new seals installed. This is very technical and should only be done by persons with good mechanical skills. I hope this helps.
To answer your question, I will need to ask a few more questiions like: How many Gallons per minute do you require. What kind of work do you want to do once you have the water up the hill. Water a Lawn or garden, run a sprinkler system, what size pipe do you require to get it up the hiil??
These are the questions we would need answers for, before we cold recomend a pump.
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A 5YM61 is a Pitcher Pump, it will draw water from 25' or less however you will need water to prime it... So bring some water along.
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