If your bore/well is not producing as much water as it used to, it may be silted up.
That can be caused by drawing in dirt from the water bearing zones or flooding, depositing dirt and silt down the bottom and blocking off some of the slotted casing, reducing the volume of water entering.
It can also severely affect most submersible pumps by blocking them up, wearing them out or burning out motors.
Most bores/wells are easily cleaned out using a Brumby S1 or XS1 pump and a regular air compressor, which you may already own or can rent.
I have a 70 foot deep well that filled up with sediment about 10 feet high.
It only took about 10 min to clear this out with your amazing Brumby pump. That’s a foot a minute and I only had a 1.5 hp air compressor
I now have good water again.
Thank you Tom I’m glad I purchased the pump
My well is 100 feet deep Before we started our project we sounded the well it was 92 feet . Now down the well goes the Brumby Pump and on goes the air... The hunks and chunks of dirt/iron even electrical tape started coming out the end of our discharge pipe. After about a couple of hours.... And many beers the well went from 92 feet to 100. And before I would clog up my filter in a week. Now no clogging of filters and water clarity is great....