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Well Rehabilitation
     Our time tested methods of rehabilitation can often bring back production from older wells that have decreased in yield over the years.  As you may already know there are many ways to rehabilitate wells.  Organic acids are often used, but applying chemicals alone can be in some situations, a waste of money.  At Grosch we are able to attack the problem using a variety of methods such as acidizing and surge block to the new environmentally safe AirBurst treatment.  Please feel free to contact us for information on how to revive your tired old well.


Video Inspection

Is your well not producing what it should?  Our full color video camera produces an excellent view of wells from 6 to 36 inches in diameter.  High intensity laps with variable adjustment light up the hole like daylight.  Our system contain a built in VCR for creating a well video for your records.  This is very useful in troubleshooting for well rehabilitation, checking integrity of well casing, or retrieving material from the well.


AirBurst Technology uses nothing more than pure air!
     Grosch is proud to offer the new environmentally safe AirBurst well treatment.  This process uses highly pressured air ALONE to remove scale buildup and mineral deposits on the screen and in the formation.  AirBurst technology has been highly successful in well rehabilitation and also can be used as a well development tool.


These two camera images were taken in a well at the same depth before and after an AirBurst treatment.  The well now produces like brand new.

Well Rehabilitation Chemicals
Our line of rehabilitation chemicals remove both mineral scale, manganese,  and bacteria build up.  These chemicals are NSF approved organic acids which are safe to use and non-volatile.  Grosch uses mechanical action to work the chemicals into the formation past the screen.  This allows the chemical to open up more formation than by the backfilling method.