You will need
- metal pipe;
- - connecting sleeve;
- - metal tip in the form of a cone;
- - a metal grid;
- - steel bars;
- - a heavy hammer or sledgehammer;
- - welding machine.
Rate the properties of the soil in the place where you want to install a water heater. To introduce the pipe into the ground using simple tools will succeed only if the soil on the site is quite soft and pliable. Hard and rocky soil may require the use of professional equipment for drilling wells.
Select the right pipe. Its diameter should be approximately 50-75 mm. Length hammering of the pipe may reach a half to two meters. If the aquifer is deep enough , you may need a few lengths of pipe with the above parameters. At the ends of the pipes cut the thread connecting sleeves, with which the design can be combined into one. You will also need a few steel bars with a diameter of about 30 mm and a length of two meters and a half. If necessary, the bars are increasing, joining by welding.
Also pick up the steel cone, the diameter of which corresponds to the pipe size. Weld the cone to the bottom of the pipe in which it is necessary to do a longitudinal slit. These slits wrap fine metal mesh, which will perform the filter function.
Equipped with cone pipe start to drive into the ground in the selected location, using a steel rod. The rod drop inside the hollow tube until it stops, and then abruptly raise and lower. The blows of the rod is transmitted to the cone, which gradually deepens into the ground, dragging the whole pipe.
If the movement of the pipe in the ground becomes difficult, apply on top of the cut a few blows with a heavy hammer or sledgehammer. This will help to overcome the resistance that is most often associated with falling under the cone of the solid soil particles or small stones.
When you clog the pipe to the desired depth, make sure that reach the aquifer. To do this, simply pour into the tube a bucket of water. If the aquifer is reached, water will go back. If she stays in the pipe, it is necessary to continue clogging the pipe, bringing it to the desired depth.