Re: could use knowledge - using Gould jet pump - transfering from 230vAC to ? DC
You have a tough one Stealthy.
I suspicion you have a surface mounted deep well jet pump.
And I hope your stated amperage is for the 120 volt connection since that is too much amperage for a 1 hp 220 v motor.
The well probably is a 2" with an adapter head for the two pipe system since this looks like a 3" pipe at the top.
This system uses the well casing for the return flow and a center pipe for the water going down to the jet
which is at the bottom of the well.
If the system actually is a shallow well jet like you say you are not too bad off.
But for the last several years, shallow well jets are not allowed code wise in most areas.
Deep well jets are very inefficient.
You would be better off to convert to a submersible pump than buy the solar components to run a deep well jet pump.
This means a new 4" well.
I know,... but it still would be less costly than installing a solar system to supply a deep well jet.
A third hp submerged pump will throw more water that a 1 hp deep well jet.
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