FAQ’s

QWill Sonar-Jet damage my well?

A: No. There have been isolated problems in the past due to particular well construction: horizontal louver full flow perforations and jointed dissimilar metals. These problems have been resolved with the use of shields, increased Down Hole Video resolution, and a Submergence Chart telling the operator what strength line to use at what depth for maximum safety and results. Sonar-Jet is more consistent and reliable than ever.

 

QCan Sonar-Jet be used with other water well rehabilitation methods?

A: Yes! Sonar-Jet is often used as a strategic asset in a rehabilitation package. For example, Sonar-Jet can be used while chemicals are in place, pulsating them deep into the formation or swabbing afterward to help re-consolidate gravel packs.

 

QWhy is Sonar-Jet less expensive than other processes?

A: Labor is very expensive and other methods can require a crew of three or more, along with costly equipment that can start prices in the tens of thousands. Sonar-Jet is less expensive because only one operator is needed and it takes only a couple of hours to complete.

 

Q: Where is a dealership near me?

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QHow much does Sonar-Jet cost?

A: Costs are determined by a well’s diameter and footage cleaned.

 

QWhat kind of results can I expect?

A: Results commonly will increase the well’s specific capacity by 100 to 200 percent.

 

QCan Sonar-Jet be used in oil wells?

A: Yes. Using a modified device to compensate for higher temperature and pressure, Sonar-Jet and Jacam Oil Chemicals LLC are combined.  The patented device is called Kem-Jet.

 

QHow often should my well be serviced?

A: Depending on water quality, mineral or iron bacteria content, and/or Ph levels, most wells need to be cleaned every five to eight years.

 

QHow do I become a Sonar-Jet dealer?

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