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  • Hi I'm from Vizag,A.P and I need help to dig borewell at my home, as I have no idea about this subject. In my area availability of water is at 100-120ft, my preference for depth of borewell is 150ft, dia of bore is 6.5", casing of UPVC/PVC, pressure 6kg/sqcm, upto30ft is 7" 6kg, after30ft to 150ft ...
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  • Hi,I lives in a 3BHK in Bangalore on 3rd Floor(top floor) and we have an overhead tank for supply, and we have added a Kranti Water meter now.the problem is that the pressure is very low and when water taps are opened simultaneously in other bathrom, it becomes too low. I have researched on the inte...
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  • Dear IWP I have a set jet pump in Mark II tube well, and I want to use jet pump as well as mark II tube well also. I do not want to remove head of the Mark II tube well. Is it possible to set jet pump in Mark II tube well without removing the head of the Mark II tube well? Thanks Jogesh Kujur &...
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  • Hi The sump has depth of 10 feets & the tank is placed on top roof of the 3 rd floor. What is the rating of HP that will be suitable for self priming it's motor? Thanks Anup
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  • Hello There is sand is coming with water, from a 100 feet borewell. Please guide us on what can be done, we live in Lalganj, Pratapgarh, UP. Thanks Satya Prakash
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  • Dear Experts, We are an apartment of 20 flats in 5 floors. Of late we observed that the pump takes ages (more than 7-8 hours) to fill the tank and is consuming more than 40 units per day. The height for pumping water (sump floor to overhead tank top) is around 85 feet and the tank capacity is 10,00...
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  • The increasing gap in water availability in India has encouraged the growth of the water industry. Be it the bottling sector, filtration or wastewater recycling, all segments related to water are seeing a phenomenal upsurge. The sector is expected to receive investments of Rs 18,000 crore in the nex...
    Manu Moudgilposted 2 months 2 weeks agoread more
  • Haryana's agriculture sector uses seven lakh tubewells, most of which are connected to the grid as the state has a policy of providing highly subsidised electricity to farmers costing Rs. 6200 crore a year. As a result, groundwater exploitation is rampant. Per data by the Groundwater Department, mos...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 3 months 1 day agoread more
  • Delhi, home to 16.75 million people, is in the grip of a major water crisis. Statistics by the Delhi Jal Board for the year 2011 suggest that the water deficit stands at about 250 million gallons per day with the supply being 830 million gallons per day. Unaccounted for water--the gap between t...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 3 months 5 days agoread more
  • Hi We have drilled a bore of 1000 ft, and we didn't find any water during drilling. However, a week later we saw water at 100 ft. We have a single phase connection, I am looking for a single phase submersible pump that can pump water to first floor. 1) Can I opt for "TEXMO SUBMERSIBLE SINGLE PHASE ...
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  • HiI have a 6 inch borewell, with discharge of 1.5-2 inches water.  Water was first struck at 150 feet and the borewell is dug to a dept of 800 feet.What is the ideal HP of the motor to be installed and at what depth must this be done for optimum utilization and less power consumption for agricu...
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  • Dear Experts,I have a borewell in my house at KR Puram, Bangalore. The depth is about 580 feet. Rock was hit at around 107ft and the casing is done upto 110 feet. The submersible pump is fixed at 440ft which is of 4 h.p. I have encountered some loose gaps and boulders @ 320 and 420 ft respectively, ...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 5 months 3 weeks agoread more
  • Hi,I had drilled a borewell for 400 feet in June'15. There was an existing borewell at the same place for 80 feet, but that was not yielding enought water during summer, hence i drilled it further to 400 feet. However it is still not yielding the desired result. The water coming out of the borewell ...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 5 months 4 weeks agoread more
  • Hi,We have water available at 250 to 300 ft in our land, but we have only 150v.What is the best pump set, for this combination?ThanksAshok
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  • The proposed training is intend to develop capacity of the institutions / organizations / individuals through knowledge sharing on the application of solar energy for pumping and water treatment system appropriate for drinking water sector i.e. rural & urban water supply in India. To ensure nati...
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  • The Shivnath River is the longest tributary of the Mahanadi River. It was the first river in India whose water rights (23.5 km stretch of the Shivnath River in Durg district, Chattisgarh) were sold to a private company Radius Water Limited (RWL) 16 years ago. The Shivnath is the main ...
    makarandpurohitposted 11 months 1 week agoread more
  • Muneswar and more than 170 farmers in Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh have no regrets after shifting over from traditional agricultural methods of farming to the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) method. Why would they? Most of them have been overwhelmed by the kind of returns they have got compared...
    makarandpurohitposted 1 year 2 months agoread more
  • Hi,We are a residential complex in Bangalore, IndiaWe have 2 overhead tanks in 2 adjacent buildings to which water is pumped through a common underground reservoir. Presently we have 2 separate pipelines for both the tanks running in parallel till 75% distance and then the 2nd pipeline extends ...
    Shravanposted 1 year 8 months agoread more
  • Hello,Sumersible pump is stuck at a depth of 180 ft together with 7 lengths of GI Pipe after working for 7 years. For removing the pump, people are asking for 30000 rupees and are not assuring that the pump will be in working condition after retrieval. Please let me know any safe technique for remov...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 1 year 10 months agoread more
  • Hi,Ten days ago we have dug a borewell 500 feet deep. It is a 6.5" borewell, when we dug the bore we found less water. in the next day we found water at 450 feet. Yesterday we tested again and found water atin 35 feet and water was clear. Can we go for submersible pump in this case? Please advise ad...
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I lives in a 3BHK in Bangalore on 3rd Floor(top floor) and we have an overhead tank for supply, and we have added a Kranti Water meter now.
the problem is that the pressure is very low and when water taps are opened simultaneously in other bathrom, it becomes too low. I have researched on the internet & learned that there are pressure pump available to boost water supply.

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I have a set jet pump in Mark II tube well, and I want to use jet pump as well as mark II tube well also.

I do not want to remove head of the Mark II tube well. Is it possible to set jet pump in Mark II tube well without removing the head of the Mark II tube well?

Thanks

Jogesh Kujur

 

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The sump has depth of 10 feets & the tank is placed on top roof of the 3 rd floor. What is the rating of HP that will be suitable for self priming it's motor?

Thanks

Anup

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There is sand is coming with water, from a 100 feet borewell. Please guide us on what can be done, we live in Lalganj, Pratapgarh, UP.

Thanks

Satya Prakash

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Dear Experts,

We are an apartment of 20 flats in 5 floors. Of late we observed that the pump takes ages (more than 7-8 hours) to fill the tank and is consuming more than 40 units per day. The height for pumping water (sump floor to overhead tank top) is around 85 feet and the tank capacity is 10,000 Liters. The existing pump is 1 hp (Single phase) with a discharge pipe of 1inch dia. What could be the root cause for such dismal performance of the pump?

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An e-commerce platform selling water pumps has big plans for India but will they be able to buck the trend of incurring heavy losses that other online stores face?

The increasing gap in water availability in India has encouraged the growth of the water industry. Be it the bottling sector, filtration or wastewater recycling, all segments related to water are seeing a phenomenal upsurge. The sector is expected to receive investments of Rs 18,000 crore in the next three years according to a study conducted by the consultancy firm EA Water. No wonder then that e-commerce platforms are also vying for their share of the pie!

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What will it take for the Haryana government to switch 7 lakh groundwater pumps to solar powered options so it can lower its energy footprint and contain losses in the energy sector?

Haryana's agriculture sector uses seven lakh tubewells, most of which are connected to the grid as the state has a policy of providing highly subsidised electricity to farmers costing Rs. 6200 crore a year. As a result, groundwater exploitation is rampant. Per data by the Groundwater Department, most districts here have witnessed a critical fall in their groundwater table of 7.29 meters, on average, between 2000 and 2012.

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The city's old wells and baodis are running dry, and the Yamuna is getting more polluted by the day. Where is Delhi's water going to come from when groundwater levels are also dropping?

Delhi, home to 16.75 million people, is in the grip of a major water crisis. Statistics by the Delhi Jal Board for the year 2011 suggest that the water deficit stands at about 250 million gallons per day with the supply being 830 million gallons per day. Unaccounted for water--the gap between the water produced and distributed--is as high as 40-45%.

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