Screen pipe | Article about screen pipe by The Free Dictionary
screen pipe[′skrēn ‚pīp]
Perforated pipe with a straining device in the form of closely wound wire coils wrapped around it to admit well fluids while excluding sand.
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perforated screen pipes
are projected horizontally (by jacking or otherwise) for distances up to 250 ft into the aquifer through portholes precast in the shaft.