The BWA promotes the sustainable use of Southern Africa’s groundwater.
If your Borehole Drilling company is part of the groundwater industry and is committed to this mission, then the BWA invite you to become a BWA member.
Borehole Water comes from rain and rivers leaks through layers of rock from underground areas. Water layers of rock or clay separate and restrict underground water bodies at different depths, in different areas. These areas are called aquifers.
Hard rock aquifers can have their aquifer yield boosted by natural cracking. Groundwater is stored and transported in solid and naturally occurring breakages within the rock. Boreholes are drilled into a network of cracks that yield water.
Borehole is a thin vertical hole in the ground and Borehole Pumps are used to extract water from the hole. Borehole Pumps are mostly handpicked from the best suppliers for their precise design and optimal performance in terms of flow and pressure.
To get that balance between experience and energy, you may have to find a drilling company that has a team, rather than a solo operator. When checking out drillers, see if they have a range of ages and years of experience represented in their team. That way, you’re more likely to get the experience and energy you want for your drilling job.
The type of ground and geology of the site where you want to drill a borehole are the biggest factor that will impact the Borehole Installation Cost. It is very important to have a well experienced borehole professional doing the geology research of the site correctly, whether it’s rock, sand or clay you are dealing with.
Another central factor will be the depth of the borehole, as the groundwater will flow differently at different locations. This again can be found by the research done by the geology prospector, so experience is key in order to get the most accurate estimates as possible.
When Drilling a Borehole: Those whose fence, walls and gates boast the poster are the only ones whose grasses are still green, whose cars are pristine, whose water bills are still lean, thanks to a water borehole.