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  • The water yeild in our borewell was around 1.25 inch at 570 sft. We further bored it upto 740 sft but there was no sign of second yeild. However, our neighbors got first yeild at 990 sft. We did not want to go further deep and hence we stopped at 740sft. The borewell is for domestic purpose. Now can...
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  • In the early hours, the villagers of Khalabari, a tribal-dominated village in the Dumuripadar gram panchayat of Koraput district in Odisha step out of their houses for bringing wood and drinking water. The road to the forest where the water is available is rocky. Both women and men walk a few kilome...
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  • The theme for the Conclave this year is “Water Use Efficiency: An Imperative for India” to highlight the imperative of water use efficiency in the industry, agriculture and urban contexts.  The Indian economy at present is struggling with excessive population growth and changing water reso...
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  • Hi, I reside in a single story building with over head tank on top and have three bathrooms including one rain shower. The pressure of all showers is very low, so kindly suggest good pressure pumps between the range of 10000 to 15000 rupees as per above requirements. Kindly note, we our a family of ...
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  • For 10 metre head and 1000 cum/s, what should the rating be for a submersible pump and also its power consumption?
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  • We have dug a new bore well with following characteristics. Total depth of the bore well: 225 ft Laterite segment; top 10 -15 feet down Yellow paste clay; up to 80 feet down rock; from 80 feet till bottom of the well, water was found. At around 135 feet, strong water pressure was found. After 200 f...
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  • I want to purchase a hose and pump set for my borewell that is 230 feet deep. From 130 feet onwards, water can be seen. Please suggest which company's pump set and hose can be used?
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  • This is Mr. Zaib from Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Sorry to say but my English is not very good so do pardon me in advance if you can't get my point. We built our new home last year and did a 130 feet deep bore well in March 2016. Water comes out in the bore well at twice stages ( at 55 feet and 78 feet de...
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  • The Ganges, the most revered river in India, faces an unusual predicament. Pollution and excessive usage have turned it into a toxic sludge as it snakes its way through cities, industrial hubs and millions of devotees. It is also one of the world's most hyper-engineered landscapes and the water dra...
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  • Far in the distance, towards the edge of Noida and Greater Noida flows the Hindon river amidst clusters of modern highrise buildings. A few years ago, the landscape here was more countrified and quite distinct from the low rise neghbourhoods of Delhi dotted with its numerous parks and abundant insti...
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  • Electrician told due to overheating of CPVC pipe in low water discharge, it might got melted in between and the pump with motor assemble got detached . The reason we guess is that the pump is being operated without Non return Valve for the past few days (3 weeks). Also the normal running time is 2 h...
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  • Vasant Baburao Parkale, a 52-year-old farmer, has become a role model for many farmers in the drought-prone Marathwada region. His determination and the will to excel in life have helped him to transform his dreams into reality. In 1984, he was just another labourer working for Bhagwan Yashwantrao ...
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  • Hi, In my farming land I recently drilled a new bore well. It's got stuck and we are not able to lift it out with chain blocker. Bore well details Total Feet: 180 Casing Feet: 60 (6") Motor type: 3HP motor (4") connected Pipe: HDPE single pipe (150 feets) Motor pump is at 135 feets deep in bore well...
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  • I put 300 feet borewell, in my area yield is moderate... is there any submersible pump with less output power for 300 feet borewell? I'm hesitatant to use compressor as it is noisy. Please suggest.
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  • We had 100 Ft bore which went dry, we called borewell driller, they came, remove old motor and drilled additional 150 Ft, ( water was found at 220-240 ft) We installed new motor, new pipes, wire and rope. After starting motor, to our dismay, delivery was around 1/2 inch only. But driller had said we...
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  • I have recently dug borewell of 935 feet deep got water table at 2 stages, 1 at 570 feet stage and other at 825 feet, now what stage motor should I buy and what HP? Which company motor, and I am thinking to lower up to 850ft, have done casing for 420ft as up 500ft it's loose mud. Please advise me on...
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  • Sir, around eight months ago I dug a submersible borewell in my house. It is around 180 feet deep. After installation it started giving water with very fine yellow sand and it is still continuing. Is there any solution to this problem or I have to dig another borewell?
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  • I have installed new one HP jet motor at my home bore well is of 60 feet, due to water issues ... We had recently opened the bore, cleaned it and installed new jet and added 7 feet of pipe to extend the motor and there is water also till 15 feet in the ground. But after all this also we are facing ...
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  • I have drilled a borewell (1006 Feet) in 2015 December - I got water in two sources (2.5 inches) one at 550 Ft and the other at 750 Ft. Earlier I used to get water continuously even for 6-7 hours/day. But nowadays i am getting water continously only for 30 minutes, after that I'm not getting water. ...
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Is there any company or contractor in Kolkata who can retrieve a submersible pump from a domestic borewell of 80 ft depth. The local mechanic has tried to lift it, but they could not lift the pump and all pipes came up leaving pump and cable in the borehole fitted with 4 inch dia casing.

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MONOJ KANUNGO
399, Madurdaha,
Kolkata 700107
Mob 7044390410

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Sir,

I have a borewell upto a depth of 800ft and the current is phase 1 current. Can you suggest what pipe hose and which motor to use, either a 3hp or a 2hp and what should be the motor stage? And also the best brand of motor that is suitable to my requirement.

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Hi,

We have a borewell of 160 ft deeper, 4 inch dia and water comes at 50 feet and again at 125 feet good flash of water spout has come (2.5 inch). Can anyone please advice me on selecting the right pump/motor to use for this borewell. Thanks

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Hi,

I need a solution for lifting a submersible pump that got stuck in the borewell 700 ft deep. While trying to pullout the pvc flexible pipe, it broke at 100 ft. Need solution to pull out 600 ft remaining pipe. We are ok, if the motor doesn't come out.

Contact: 9886325245
Location: Bengaluru, Karnnataka

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The depth of the borewell is around 600ft in which the motor is placed neatly at 550 ft. There's an issue with the borewell. Initially when the motor is switched on, it shows 15 Amps and almost 2 inches water is pumped out for about 10 min. Then gradually it comes down upto 12amps and the water flow is also reduced upto 1 inch. Again when the motor is switched off and on again within few seconds, the water pumped is again 2 inches and shows 15amps. Please clarify, if there can be any problem with the motor or is it related with level of water?

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We have to dig a borewell in Asangaon (Thane, Maharashtra). The expected depth to get water is 500 to 530 feet. The area is a bit narrow. So only a portable machine can be used. Are there portable drilling machines that can go beyond 500 ft? Are there any such service providers near Asangaon?

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Hi,

My borewell in Nanmangalam, Chennai is 100 ft deep. While taking the pipe out of borewell it got stuck at 20 ft. I need someone to help either to put a camera and look at what is going on and pull out the pipe. Any contact or agency in Chennai who are specialized in doing this work? Please reply to visitariv@gmail.com

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Does Supreme brand make 4.5 inch column pipes for borewell. My borewell is 300 ft deep, kindly advise me a column pipe. Can I use column pipes which have no male/female heads but only sockets at the end?

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We have around 400 feet borewell, but for some reason we did not use it for long. Recently, we tried to use the borewell but could not extract any water, so we tried to pull the motor to see if it was functioning properly. However, while pulling the motor up it fell into the borehole but the remaining cable and pipes came up. We have realised that removing the old motor or fixing the new one would cost us same. Now my question is that if we leave the old motor inside will it cause any problem in future?

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The latest study shows declining reserves and rising carbon dioxide emissions from pumping groundwater add to India’s environmental woes.

Over-extraction of groundwater is a major environmental challenge in many parts of India. It is not only leading to a rapid decline in groundwater reserves but also contributing to India’s carbon emissions, a new study has warned.

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