A Hydromissions instructional video on how to make a bailer bucket. Get water out of a well anytime, anywhere. If you are a missionary well driller, a humanitarian relief worker, or simply a conscientous homesteader who wants to be prepared, YOU NEED A BAILER BUCKET!!! Electricity fails, and hand pumps break, but a bailer bucket always draws water - guaranteed! Think about it - people have been using buckets in wells for THOUSANDS of years (hard to beat a proven track record like that). For more information, check out www.hydromissions.com
This combination is used for drilling out sand or gypsum plugs formed at the well bottom. For example, coiled tubing and other pump jets can't break through tough plugs so this complex is ideal solution for such situations. The combination consists of Adjustable Hydraulic Bailer and Drilling Head which is made up of external and internal mills working alternatively due to pressure on the springs. www.oiltechab.com
WaterStep Bailer Bucket
Wireline operated tool used for fishing objects and debris, particular non magnetic. The principle of the tool is to eject and suck up a similar amount of fluids in one simultaneous and extremely powerful operation. The tool is driven by the hydrostatic well pressure and activated by added pressure from surface or mechanical force exerted by the W/L toolstring. The function that makes Jet Bailor effective and superior to traditional hydrostatic bailers and jettingtools is that it generates an extreme jetting force (in a 300 Bar environment a total of 18 990 kg is exerted on the pistons) that agitates and loosen objects and debris below the tool. Simultaneously the expelled fluid is sucked back into a fishing chamber together with the debris. (a test proved that 10 stainless bolts placed on lowside in the testwell was all injected into the tool). The bottom jet tubes are replaceable and can be tailor made for fishing outside or inside equipment in the well. As the tool also ejects fluid it minimise the risk of getting hydraulically stuck.
We made a simple airlift bailer out of a section of pipe, a compressor quick connect and chain links to help clean a newly dug shallow well. The first pulls, which aren’t on video, were completely full of sand. This bucket can be made of anything that will fit down your pipe and be lowered toward the bottom - with enough room on the sides to allow for the circulation and churning. You want the forced air to lift the debris above you bucket and settle down into it so that it can be pulled out.
How to clean silt out of a bore/well to make it deeper and perform better again using a Brumby Pump. Also great for developing a new bore/well www.brumbypumps.com
testing out the bailer bucket
This video demonstrates how to prepare a Dump Bailer Actuator and ultimately use the cocking tool in order to cock the tool for service.