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Using high-speed hydraulic rigs and professional geologists, Erode Borewell specialize in drilling 412" and 612" borewells. Customers may also hire groundwater surveyors to help them determine the borewell point and install submersible, jet, and hand pumps.

We have successfully completed 30 years.
Our Borewell Drilling Service is available in and around Erode.
We provide drilling services at a reasonable cost with 100% quality assurance.

Our Borewell Cleaning Company is a fully integrated cleaning services company that provides private, corporate, commercial, and residential clients with a wide range of high-quality, dependable cleaning services.

We have been serving both rural & city clients in Erode.
Erode borewell offer you cost-effective services 24/7.

Our focus is to exceed your goals, meet your timelines and successfully manage your budget. We provide our clients with top-notch general contracting, construction management, site surveys and design build services.

We have successfully completed projects in numerous states.
We is licensed to perform general contracting work in most states.
We will be open to obtaining new licensing if an opportunity arises

FAQs

DID ALL BOREWELL YIELD WATER

The majority of borewells, according to us, produce water. Just a few were fully dry. We had drilled 85% of borewells with a high yield, 10% with a good yield, and 5% with no yield. Our water divining success rate is between 90% and 95%. To maintain the yield and consistency of water, we suggest cleaning/flushing your borewell every 5 years.

WHY BOREWELL FAILS ?

All of the locations indicated by a geophysical survey at their respective locations are identified from resistivity values that are far superior to those obtained from the surrounding regions of the surveyed area; these locations, on the other hand, have resistivity values indicative of large hard rock with no fractures or water seepages. Innumerable vesicles are produced during the crystallization of basalt, resulting in air pockets within the hard rock mass. The resistivity of these vesicular crystals is comparable to that of soft weathered rock, which allows water to seep through. As a result, if pockets of these are discovered, there is a chance that the yield of the aquifer bodies in the borewells is possible. As a consequence, all of the findings are viewed in the context of a dynamic natural system with a heterogeneous composition. As a result, differences in the outcomes cannot be completely ruled out.

WHAT TYPES OF PUMPS ARE USED IN BOREWELLS ?

Submersible pumps, hand pumps, and compressor pumps are the most widely used pumps for borewells. Submersible pumps, Monoblocks, Centrifugal jet, Borewell submersible, Compressor pumps, Hand pumps, Solar Submersibles, Pressure boosters, Piston Pumps, Turbine pumps, and other forms of pumping systems can all be used. It is dependent on the availability of water as well as the depth of the borewell. Testing may be performed to determine the amount of water discharged from the borewell. For research, we have trained geologists who will suggest the best pump for your borewell. We also offer the option of drawing water from boreholes without the need for pump sets. This does not necessitate the use of electricity. Ideally suited to off-grid areas with little access to electricity.

IS BOREWELL WATER PURE FOR DOMESTIC USE?

Borewell water is purer than water from a river or a lake. Dissolved solids, salts, and minerals will still be present. Hard water may be present in some of the borewell water. If you have any questions about the freshness of the borewell water, you should test it before drinking it.

HOW DO WE DETERMINE THE AVAILABILITY OF WATER IN THE LAND?

The easiest way to find out whether water is present on your property is to have a trained hydro geologist investigate using some geophysical techniques. We include the services of a team of experienced senior ground water surveyors who will use the most up-to-date computerized sound survey systems to locate the most suitable location. Their conclusions are 90 percent right.

Approximately, How much would you charge for drilling a bore well?

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Borewell drilling costs are calculated based on the following factors in terms of per feet:

  • Price of drilling a bore hole
  • The price of a casing pipe
  • The pipe's installation
  • Charges for Flushing and Cleaning (after the drilling work)
  • Fees for transporting the borewell machine to the borewell site

FAQs

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BOREWELL AND A TUBEWELL?

In hard rock or crystalline rock, a borewell is drilled with casing pipe only up to the soil-rock boundary, and this is usually achieved for shallow depths. In a tubewell, however, the casing pipes are mounted to the bottom of the borewells, with some perforation in the pipes. Tubewells are usually drilled in sand and gravel where the water table is much lower than the ground floor.

WHAT ARE FILTERPOINT, CALYX, ROTARY AND HAND BORE ?

Tube wells come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including Filterpoint Wells, Hand Bore Wells, Calyx Wells, and Rotary Wells. Filterpoint Wells are dug in 10 to 40 foot depths along the coast. Hand bores are tube wells that are manually drilled and range in depth from 20 to 200 feet and diameter from 4 to 8 inches. Most hand-dug wells need cleaning and flushing on a regular basis. Rotary wells are dug with separate Rotary Rigs that can reach depths of up to 2500 feet and have a diameter of 30 inches. It's normally done in places where there's a lot of salt. Calyx Wells are a small form of Rotary well that can't be reached by Rotary rigs. The depth ranges from 100 to 600 feet, and the diameter ranges from 5 to 12 inches.

Customer service is available at Erode Borewell?

Yes, of course! You may simply fill out the Contact Us form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

WHAT PRECAUTIONS MUST BE TAKEN While DRILLING A BOREWELL?

Casing pipes must be inserted into boreholes when drilling. It may be PVC or GI. This is done to avoid sand-laden surface water from accessing the borewell. These pipes are embedded in hard rock under the soil. Casing pipes weigh between 4 and 8 kg. To save money on drilling, some contractors make compromises with the casing tubing. We strongly oppose it. And it will trigger future issues such as bore silting, dirty water, and so on. Filtration may also be used to avoid muddy water and increase surface yield. Borewells must be kept closed at all times to avoid anything falling inside and blocking the bore. To avoid bore silting and injury, pumps must be mounted as soon as possible. Allowing small children to play near a borewell with a diameter of more than 6 inches is not recommended. Cleaning must be performed on a regular basis in order to maintain the yield and consistency of the water. For a long life of borewells, we suggest using high-quality ISI-marked casing pipes with proper measurement and thickness.

TECHNIQUES USED IN BOREWELL DRILLING

Drilling wells with mud or water as a liquid media was done using ancient techniques that included pushing tubes deep into the earth. Rotary drilling was used to extract cores from the earth until the invention of diesel engines. Calex method was the name given to this method. Borewell drilling can be done in a variety of ways. Compressor drilling, manual drilling, and Rotary drilling+ are the most popular methods. Compressor drilling is carried out with a truck equipped with a high-capacity hydraulic air compressor. It's widely used to dig through hard rock and dirt. Manual Drilling or Hand Boring is another choice. This is best suited to clay or sand-based soils. All of these holes will be 4 12”, 612” in diameter. Borewells up to 3000 feet are drilled using air compressors and pneumatic drilling equipment. The cost of drilling a borewell is determined by the area, soil type, and water availability.

What is the purpose of drilling a 4.5 and 6.5 borewell?

4.5 inch and 6.5 inch Borewell Drillers in Erode

4.5 inch and 6.5 inch Borewell Drilling is mainly used for Domestic use, Agricultural, Hotels and for Industrial water supply , Irrigation Unit.

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Address:

Near KIA Car Showroom,
S.V.C Complex Backside,
Veerappampalayam Pirivu Rd, Erode,
Tamil Nadu, India 638 011

Phone No:

+91 98435 12387