Borehole Pumps Articles

  • Why Horizontal Directional Drilling Is Preferred Today

    Horizontal directional drilling can be defined as any processes which are carried out to reduce the need for surface excavation. There are many reasons why contractors prefer the trenchless approach. The first is to minimize the cost associated with ground excavation. The second main reason is environmental protection. Directional drilling is quickly getting adopted as the method for laying ...

  • The Ministry of Defence (MOD) – Project Aquatrine Coast to Coast (C2C) - Case Study

    The Ministry of Defence (MoD) awarded Public Private Partnership (PPP) contracts under Project Aquatrine to cover UK-wide water and wastewater services enabling the MoD to focus on its core duties. Project Aquatrine was a partnership contract bringing together water and wastewater services for the operation and maintenance of 4,000 unmonitored MoD sites across the UK. Servelec Technologies ...

  • Soggia - 4FR - Borehole pumps

    Series of submersible pumps 4 "newly developed, designed and built for maximum resistance against sand (up to 250 g / m³) and other impurities. Materials certified for use in drinking water that allow the pump to run dry without even deteriorate. The supports are made of steel AISI 304, obtained with casting process, ensure extreme robustness and reliability to the product. The new design of the ...


    By Soggia Water Pumps

  • KASTHEW Borehole-Drilling Company Uganda Ltd Co. Profile; http://www.kasthewdrilling.co.ug/

    www.kasthewdrilling.co.ug We are Kasthew Borehole / Water Drilling Company Ltd (Uganda). We offer bore-hole drilling services under our company (Kasthew Drilling Co. Ug Ltd). Our team has an experience of handling above 420 projects (in the last 8 years across villages in Uganda and South Sudan. www.kasthewdrilling.co.ug The following are among our listed services; (Uganda) ...

  • High fluoride drinking water in Gokwe, northwest Zimbabwe

    More than 200 million people worldwide are exposed to excessive fluoride in drinking water. According to the World Health Organization, the optimal concentration range of fluoride in drinking water is 0.5 to 1.5 mg/L. Above this range, populations may contract dental fluorosis or, in severe cases, crippling skeletal fluorosis. In the Gokwe area in NW Zimbabwe, where drinking water contains up ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • DelAgua Kit Case Study, Daisy Adams in The Gambia

         DELAGUA KIT CASE STUDY, DAISY ADAMS IN THE GAMBIA Daisy Adams undertook a study with Water for Africa in ...


    By DelAgua Group

  • High-Resolution Site Characterization with Multilevel Systems

    Within the last few years, the U.S. EPA added a new focus area on high-resolution site characterization (HRSC) to their Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN) website. The U.S. EPA’s definition of HRSC is: “High-resolution site characterization (HRSC) strategies and techniques use scale-appropriate ...


    By Solinst Canada Ltd.

  • Solar pumping system for a village community in Karonga, Malawi case study

    Solar pumping system for a village community in Karonga, Malawi  The Challenge Provide an uninterrupted supply of water to a village community. The Solution ...


    By SCL Water

  • Solar DC Submersible Pumps as an alternate source for irrigation in India

    IN the state of Andhra Pradesh, India, about 62.8 lakh (6.2 million) hectaresa yield fruits, vegetables, turmeric, chilies and regular crops. About 53% of this land is irrigated by wells and borewells. This segment applies to farms or orchids owners having borewells of 5 hp (3.75 kW) and above. In areas where there is no grid supply, farmers are compelled to use diesel pump sets to irrigate the ...

  • Case Study Ethiopia - NGO Operated Water Station

    Client NGO / Jesuit Sisters Missionaries Location Semera, north-east Ethiopia / on the Awash–Asseb highwayThe installation is within a compound and operated by the Missionaries of charities Introduction In Ethiopia, a country that is often struck by drought and hunger crisis, the topic of waterplays an important role in the ...


    By Trunz Water Systems AG

  • Brynhoffnant Primary School case study

    Location: London, NW9 6PR Job Type: School Description of Work: 150Kw Vertical Closed loop system Working with Vinci construction and Lorne Stewart, the appointed mechanical contractors, Perfect Green has played its’ part in the early handover of the new Brynhoffnant primary school. The school replaces a number of older schools and ...


    By Perfect Green Group Ltd

  • Technology for heavy oil and bitumen recovery with low water cut

    The core of the technology resides in the reduction of oil viscosity and the respective production rate increase under the condition of oil layer heating. It is known, for example, that the heating of the layer with heavy oil up to 100°C theoretically leads to a 15 to 20 times production rate increase. The technology works on the principle of controlled automated continuous pumping of highly ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • South East framing review

    Drilling a borehole on a farm can cost less than a conventional water supply and cut the carbon footprint from pumping and treating mains water. "There is an environmental as well as a cost argument for drilling a borehole,' said Ben Nicholls, joint managing director with his brother Richard of Nicholls Boreholes, which is based in West Sussex. Nicholls Boreholes is in an office on an ...

  • Solar water pumps for the uganda orphanages case study

    Solar Water Pumps for two Ugandan orphanages  The Challenge ...


    By SCL Water

  • A Case Study: Overcoming Iron Bacteria Problems in South Africa

    One of two articles published in the December issue of Borehole Water Journal, the magazine of the South African Borehole Water Association. Craig Jones from Midlands Pumps in South Africa is the BoreSaver partner of Geoquip Water Solutions Ltd. Craig outlines case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of BoreSaver in treating iron oxide, manganese oxide, iron related bacterial and ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • Overcoming Iron Bacteria Problems in South Africa

    One of two articles published in the December issue of Borehole Water Journal, the magazine of the South African Borehole Water Association. Craig Jones from Midlands Pumps in South Africa is the BoreSaver partner of Geoquip Water Solutions Ltd. Craig reviews the problems of iron bacteria and iron oxide contamination in South Africa and advocates an ongoing maintenance programme that ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • Sustainable power and innovation provide clean drinking water and energy

    In many areas in Kenya, access to clean drinking water is lacking. About 88% of the population must travel long distances to get to the nearest source of clean water or is forced to drink contaminated water. Children in particular suffer from waterborne diseases. Systems Provide Energy-Independent Water Treatment To try to provide a long-lasting solution for the drinking water needs ...


    By Trunz Water Systems AG

  • New advances in planning a bore

    Software helps take out the guesswork Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) is challenging and difficult work fraught with unknown obstacles. While it’s not possible to eliminate every obstacle, bore planning software tools developed by drill manufacturers can help small and large contractors create a bore plan that may help minimize risks. Bore planning software was ...


    By Vermeer

  • Oil spillage

    An area of specialisation is the supply of pumping solutions based around their standard product range, but with a complete system designed to suit the end user’s specifi c requirement. Autoclude were approached by an environmentalengineering company who had to recover diesel fuel which had leaked from storage tanks and spread over a wide area. To limit the environmental damage and recover the ...

  • Case Study, Colnbrook Leachate Plant.

    Triangle Ltd was contracted in 2008 by Biffa Waste Services at Colnbrook, Heathrow to resolve the problem of the landfill leachate borehole pumping system failing to deliver acceptable volumes to the SBR leachate plant. Initially they were achieving a maximum of 110m³/month during the fill/aerate treatment ...


    By Triangle Ltd

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