Rehabilitate And Clean Water Bores - darrdrilling

Rehabilitate And Clean Water Bores

Rehabilitate And Clean Water Bores
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WATER BORE INDUSTRY

Rehabilitating can be risky as that will depend upon what is the reason behind the need to rehabilitate has come about. There are some fundamental issues that can arise,

Casing rusted, screen blocked with formation sediment, the casing protruding above ground level may have been damage and/or bent, high mineral deposits cause blockages in the slots or screens, accidently droppage of objects into the bore casing, pump connections broken or come apart ect:

Cleaning water bore is a process that can be preformed with biodegradable liquid products with the pump already installed in the bore or with and workover rig which is designed for this specific function and then a drilling rig in which both rigs have mechanical abilities to clean and remove mineral deposit build ups.

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TREATMENT OF INCRUSTATION

We can rehabilitate incrusted bores by using a strong acid solution to dissolve incrusting materials. The loosened substances are pumped out of the well with a solution for disposal. Scraping or wire brushing are also used together with acid treatment for better results.

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TREATMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CLOGGING

Iron bacteria is the main cause of biological clogging. These bacteria grow quickly. Once established in the well they are very difficult to remove. The treatment of iron bacteria is necessary to maintain well performance.

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BORE RECONSTRUCTION

That are poorly constructed or the lining of old bores has corroded or split. We can perform a bore reconstruction wherein we will try to spot inflow of sand and mud into the bores.

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