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Did all borewell yield water ?

According to us most of the borewells yield water. Only a few of them were dry. We had drilled 85% of borewell with high  yield 10% with good yield & 5% with no yield.Our Water divining success rate is 90% - 95%.

We recommend  to clean/flush your borewell on every 5 year to retain the yield & quality of water.

Why borewell fails ?

All the locations indicated by a geophysical  survey at their respective locations are interpreted from the resistivity values which are far better than those obtained from the surrounding regions of the area surveyed , these locations contrarily have resistivity values indicative of massive hard rock with absolutely no fractures or seepages of water within them. Under the conditions of crystallization of basalt, innumerable vesicles are formed, thus creating air pockets within the mass of hard rock, The resistively of these vesicular crystals remain in a similar range as those of soft weathered rock through which seepage of water is likely. Hence, in case pockets of these are encountered a probability of a decrease in yield of the aquifer bodies in the boreholes is possible. Thus all results are interpreted from a complex natural system of heterogeneous nature. Hence, variations in the results cannot be totally ruled out.

What types of Pumps are used in borewells ?

Most commonly used pumps for borewells are Submersible pumps, Hand pumps and Compressor pumps. All types of pumping systems from 0.25 monoblocks to 50 HP Submersible pumps, Monoblocks, Centrifugal jet, Borewell submersible, Compressor pumps, Hand pumps, Solar Submersibles, Pressure boosters, Piston Pumps, Turbine pumps etc. can also be used.  It depends upon the availability of water & the depth of borewell. Testing can be done for checking the discharge quantity of water from the borewell. We have professional geologists for testing and they will recommend the pump suitable for your borewell. We also provide the facility for taking water from borewells without installing Pump sets. No electricity is required for this. Most suitable for remote locations with no power.

Whether there is any restrictions for drilling borewell in any place of Kerala?

There are restrictions in some places of Kerala. According to Govt. authorities a few blocks* in Kerala are found to have a low ground water level. Some of these places where in Kasargod, Kozhikkodu, Kodunjallor in Trissur,Chittoor in  Palakkad and Athiyannoor in Trivandrum Dist. If you are a resident of any of this place then please contact to the authorities before drilling a borewell.

+ * Subjected to change periodically.

Is  borewell water  pure for domestic use?

The borewell water is purer than fresh river or lake water. It will still have dissolved solids and salts and minerals. Some of the borewell water will be hard water. It is advisable to test the borewell water before drinking, if you have any doubts on its freshness.


Importance of Conserving our water resource.

As you know our water resource is reducing day by day, We have to preserve it from all means of contamination and over use. Borewell's life also depends on the availability of water. When we continuously utilize any water resource it will gradually came to extinct. To avoid this we have to save soil and rain water. We must restore as much as water we utilize from earth.

During the warm summer months most of us are guilty of using too much water for tasks like watering our lawns and gardens, and while we all want our homes to look good, this puts an enormous strain on local water supplies. So why not consider collecting and using rainwater? You can collect and reuse rainwater for non-drinkable uses, like watering the garden, crop irrigation and flushing the toilet. If we follow Rain water harvesting our borewells and other water resource will remain for ever and thus able to protect our nature. So remember :

WATER IS PRECIOUS CONSERVE IT FOR FUTURE USE