Why Bison Beats the Competition

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On September 7, 2018
An emergency back-up deep well hand pump for your well water is a big purchase and therefore a big decision. Make sure you get all the facts and have a clear understanding for the product and its application. Ready to do your research? Give us a call at 1-800-339-2601 to speak with an expert. Bison […]
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Bison Pump Brings “Joy” to Campsite

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On August 29, 2018
We recently heard from a customer who had installed a Bison Pump on their property over a year ago. Being a large property, they planned a camping trip there over the weekend. They checked on their Bison Pump the minute they got there. To their delight, the Bison Hand water Pump was standing tall and […]
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Protect Your Groundwater Day

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On August 28, 2018
September 4th is Protect Your Groundwater Day. If you rely on groundwater as your primary source of drinking water, please take some time to educate yourself about groundwater usage and maintenance. So how can YOU “Protect Your Groundwater?” Review the Homeowner Checklist. (Click HERE to download a printable pdf.)   Well Owner Checklist: o Always […]
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Bison Pumps Welcomes New Dealer, Yoder Drilling

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On August 23, 2018
Bison Pumps is regularly expanding its regional reach by partnering with well drillers across the country. If you’re interested in getting a Bison Pump, but need a well drilled or want help getting it installed, check out our Dealer Locator here: https://bisonpumps.wpengine.com/test/ Just input your zip code and set the radius, and it will pull […]
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Bison Pump a Beautiful Addition to Cemetery

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On August 22, 2018
Bison’s Deep Well Hand Pumps are often purchased for their elegant design, especially when installed in a landscaped area. For this reason, we often have cemeteries install a hand pump. Visitors use it to water their flowers or wash up after planting.   The Bison is durable enough to be installed in a public setting […]
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Frequently Asked Questions (and their Answers)

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On August 20, 2018
Who knew hand pumps could be so complicated?! Here, we address some questions we get frequently. As always, you can speak with a knowledgeable sales representative by calling 1-800-339-2601. Why can’t I use the Inline Pump System? The Inline Pump is only for special well setups. Unless the casing is small (less than 6 inch […]
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Bison Hand Water Pump…10 Years Later

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On July 18, 2018
We recently received a call from a customer who purchased a Bison hand pump well 10 years ago. He was performing some maintenance on his electric pump and wanted to know if he should do anything to the Bison Pump while it was out of the well. We recommended that he take the opportunity to wipe […]
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Filter on the Spout

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On February 21, 2018
While the answer to this question is still evolving, the current answer may go something like this: There are many filter options for water treatment. One of the best we’ve found and recommended to customers is the Berkie Water Filter. It is a stainless steel canister that you pour water into at the top. The […]
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Bison Pumps FAQ Can I Pump To Another Tank

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On February 20, 2018
While exhibiting at the Mother Earth News Fair this weekend in Belmont, Texas, we fielded one question that came up consistently: “Can I pump another tank?” Followed up with, “How far can I go?” Then, “How much pressure will there be?” Here’s what the experts at Bison Pumps say: Pumping to a tank is always […]
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Bison Pump for Pressurizing your Home Water Tank

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On February 9, 2018
Many people think that hand pumps are just for pumping water into a bucket. Not so with a Bison hand water Pump! The Bison Pump can be hooked up to your home water tank to pressurize it in the event of a power outage. This maintains water pressure running through your home faucets, so you […]
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