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Hi!

3 years back, at my residence we drilled a bore well of about 110 feet deep. Last week one fine day the motor was not able to deliver water,  I checked with the plumber and he said the hose in the borewell has to be checked for leaks. He tried to remove the same, but unfortunately it did not come out as it got buried in mud.
I even tried with the borewell company, they also flushed the borewell but still the hose refused to come out. The bore well company said that the casing was not properly inserted till the rock surface, due to which mud has filled within the bore.

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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 advantages and disadvantages of submersible motor over compressor motor.  Herewith I am attaching the soil test report for your reference.

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The borewell water in my house in Selaiyur, Tambaram, Chennai is very saline and white chemical particles settle in overhead water tank (every time I clean, those white particles weigh more than 1.5 kgs). How do I get rid of salinity in borewell water. Please help.

Ravi Raja

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