It Makes Water Flow.
A wonderful invention is the Chapman Patent Process, which causes non-flowing wells to flow without pumping. It is claimed that it will deliver from two to five times more water than can be pumped, and is more economical than any other means of raising large quantities of water. No well is too small, too deep, too large, the water too muddy or too sandy for the use of this invention. We here illustrate a new principle of causing artesian wells to flow. It consists of placing an air pipe connected with an air compressor a suitable distance down into the well, with an ejector placed on the lower end of the air pipe, and a separator on the top. The air is forced down into the well and expands upward out of the ejector with great velocity, earning the water with its force and expansion. The air being so much lighter than the water, hence the
difference itt their gravity assists to cause the vater t~ ()VCI the to1) ot the well with great c I 0 C i t . It will threw CUt sand and gravel witln ut in~urv to the flta(‘lIiTl er, and wiun t here arC ohfOX )tis gases itt the well such as sulphurotis hydri~cn or t)ther gase~ that svill mix with the air, they will leave th water in the separator, an I when the air is cool at the compressor. be 1 o r e being forced down, the a~r as it expands will absorb the heat i n t h e water an d make it much cooler and more J)C)tahle It i”nitable for irri gation, water works, ice plants, l)rewcries and all places where large quantities (if water are required. `1’ h e man ufactnrers guarantee this iitvititiOfl tC give satisfaction or ask no pay for the ercution of the plant.
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