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Water Systems Less Than 100 GPM Exam K (2009-11-01)
The Certified Well Driller (CWD) and Certified Pump Installer (CPI) exams are designed to test your knowledge of specialized equipment use, geologic formations, and troubleshooting skills within each certification area. Each exam consist of 50 questions. To earn the CWD designation, you must pass the General Drilling Exam and at least one other specialized drilling exam. To earn the CPI designation, you must pass the Water Systems General Exam and at least one other specialized pump/water systems exam. You must pass both required exams within one 12-month period with scores of 70% or better to become certified. Those who fail an exam must wait 90 Days before retesting in that category.
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This is the third edition to what is our top-selling reference book year after year! This tremendous resource should be on your desk if you are serious about the groundwater industry.It features 20 years of advancements in technology and knowledge gained in the field. Included are new borehole geophysical techniques, information on underbalanced and horizontal drilling, new approaches to well development, as well as details on ASR, groundwater monitoring and remediation, prepack screens for water interactive well design and well maintenance programs for water well contractors and design engineers.This reference manual is the comprehensive guide for the design, installation, and maintenance of water wells.
Publication Year: 2012
This CD provides a complete safety program manual for those working in the groundwater industry.It can be viewed on a computer or printed and stored in a three-ring binder. It also contains an editable version so specific company information can be added.It contains sections on: having a code of safe work practices, inspection and auditing, incident and accident reporting, confined space operations, electrical safety, employee training, fire prevention, fall prevention, hazard communication, hearing conservation, and respiratory protection.The manual is designed to promote safe practices and reduce worker injuries and potential fatalities and financial loss.
Publication Year: 2002
What really happens when you turn on a pump? Why do pipe sizes affect pump performance? This training manual takes on the complex world of water systems and presents the basics in a straightforward style. The handbook includes the basic hydraulics of a pump, the controlling factors involved in a water system such as atmospheric pressure, vacuum, and friction loss, plus discusses pump sizing examples. Designed for both newcomers and old hands.