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Hi,

I have recently done a water analysis testing for our borewell water at the Central Water Testing Institue at Guindy, Chennai.

I do not understand much of the report details.

If someone can have a look at the attached water test reports and suggest a possible water treament solution, it will be of great help.

Source of the water is : Borewell (123 Ft)

Pump:submersible motor.

Regards,

Vijay S

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Hi,

I recently gave my borewater for testing in a lab in Chennai. I am not able to understand the report and also the type of treatment required for the water.

I have attached the scanned report. Can anyone have a look at it and suggest the treatment required?

Bore Details:

Depth: 123 Feet

Pump: Submersibile Pump (at 100 feet)

Thanks,

Vijay S

 

 

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