The Big Well (Kansas, USA)

Largest Hand-Dug Water Well in USA

Here at waterseekers, we are interested in documenting some of the great water wells of all time, and this one in Kansas, is certainly worth a visit if Kansas is on your travel itinerary.

The Big Well is a large historic water well in Greensburg, Kansas, United States. It was built in 1887 at a cost of $45,000 to provide water for the Santa Fe and Rock Island railroads, and it served as the municipal water supply until 1932.

It is billed as the world’s largest hand-dug well, at 109 feet (33 m) deep and 32 feet (9.8 m) in diameter.

Big Well - Kansas - Steps

Big Well – Kansas – Steps

The Well of Joseph in the Cairo Citadel at 280 feet (85 m) deep and the Pozzo di S. Patrizio (St. Patrick’s Well) built in 1527 in Orvieto, Italy, at 61 metres (200 ft) deep by 13 metres (43 ft) wide are both actually larger.

It was designated a National Museum in 1972; in 1973 it was awarded anAmerican Water Landmark by the American Water Works Association. Under the name of “Greensburg Well,” it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) since 1972.

Visitors entered the well for a small fee, descending an illuminated stairway to the bottom of the well.

src: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Well_(Kansas)

Masterpiece of Engineering

Construction of the well is a masterpiece of pioneer engineering. Workers were engaged at sun-up and paid at sun-down, fifty cents to a dollar a day. Crews of 12 to 15 farmers, cowboys, and transients worked using shovels, picks, half barrels, pulleys and ropes. The stone used for the well casing was brought in wagons from the Medicine River 12 miles south of Greensburg, over roads that were little better than cattle trails. Dirt from the well was hauled away by the same wagons which had slatted beds. By opening the slats and dumping the dirt in low spots, streets and roads to the quarry were leveled.

Technique

A wide shaft was cribbed and braced every 12 feet with rough two by twelve inch planks that reached from wall to wall in a wagon wheel type support as the digging progressed. This was done for safety of the workers as they shoveled soil into barrels and hoisted the barrels to the surface. The braces were sawed off after the stones were fitted around them. When the desired depth was achieved, numerous lengths of perforated pipe were driven horizontally at the bottom of the wall into the water bearing gravel. This served to increase the flow of water into the well basin.

Tourist Attraction

When the well was completed in 1888, it was 109 feet deep and 32 feet in diameter. The well was covered and opened as a historic attraction in 1937.

Big Well Kansas

Big Well Kansas

In 1972, the United States Government designated the Big Well as a National Museum and in February of 1974 it was awarded as an American Water Landmark by the American Water Works Association.

Over three million visitors from every state in the nation and many foreign countries have descended the metal stairway into the cavern of the World’s Largest Hand-Dug Well.On January 29, 2008 the Big Well was named one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas awarded by Governor Kathleen Sebelius.

Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd.

Can We Help You With a Water Well Project?

We offer a turn-key solution that covers not just the technical aspects such as borehole prognosis, but also every requirement typical of any large commercial water borehole project:

  • Insurance
  • Health and Safety
  • Project Management

If you would like to talk to us about your project, we are happy to give no obligation advice. Visit our website, use the contact form, or call us on  01909 724286 

We are currently drilling water boreholes in Shropshire, Berkshire, and Hampshire. Please view the water well map of our latest installations.

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The Great Water Well at Königstein Fortress in Germany.

The German Word for Water Well

The German word for Water Well is ‘Brunnen’, and you sometimes see borehole drilling rigs here in Germany with ‘Brunnenbau’ written on the side, which literally means ‘well construction’.

However, this is nothing if you’ve ever had the chance to see one of the most spectacular water wells ever made. Where is it? In Germany of course!

Water Well at Königstein Fortress – Germany

If you chuck a bucket of water down the well, it takes around 17 seconds for water to reach the bottom!

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Königstein Fortress can be found just south east of Dresden in Germany in the former East Germany.

At one stage the Königstein was also a monastery. In 1516, Duke George the Bearded, a fierce opponent of the Reformation, founded a Celestine abbey on the Königstein, the Kloster des Lobes der Wunder Mariae. It closed again in 1524 – after the death of Duke George, Saxony became Evangelical.

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Courtesy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6nigstein_Fortress

152m Deep Water Borehole

It is probable that there had been a stone castle on the Königstein as early as the 12th century. The oldest surviving structure today is the castle chapel built at the turn of the 13th century. In the years 1563 to 1569 the 152.5 metre deep well was bored into the rock within the castle – until that point the garrison of the Königstein had to obtain water from cisterns and by collecting rainwater. During the construction of the well some 8 cubic metres of water had to be removed from the shaft every day.

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Courtesy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6nigstein_Fortress

How Did They Do It?

With today’s technology water wells 200m deep are quite common in the UK, but it does beg the question – how did they do it back then and what methods did they employ? If anybody has more information about this, we would love to hear from you.

Pictures of Old Rigs?

We’d also like to see pictures of old machinery used to drill water boreholes. Again, please get in touch. We will publish your images/ photos on our website along with your details (optional).

Jenny Hormell
Director
Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd.

Can We Help You With a Project?

We offer a turn-key solution that covers not just the technical aspects such as borehole prognosis, but also every requirement typical of any large commercial water borehole project:

  • Insurance
  • Health and Safety
  • Project Management

If you would like to talk to us about your project, we are happy to give no obligation advice. Visit our website, use the contact form, or call us on 01246 743022 or 01909 724286 

Thanks for reading!

 

An Extra Glass of Wine!

From 1722 to 1725, at the behest of August the Strong, coopers under Böttger built the enormous Königstein Wine Barrel (Königsteiner Weinfass), the greatest wine barrel in the world, in the cellar of the Magdalenenburg which had a capacity of 249,838 litres.

In the UK you are eligible to extract up to 20,000 litres of water per day from your own water well.

The wine barrel cost 8,230 thalers, 18 groschen and 9 pfennigs. The butt, which was once completely filled with country wine from the Meißen vineyards, had to be removed again in 1818 due to its poor condition. Because of Böttger, Königstein Fortress is also the site where European porcelain started.

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Courtesy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6nigstein_Fortress

 

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UK Map of Over 100,000 Water Wells

British Geological Survey

Over at the British Geological Survey website I have discovered they have been very busy putting a wealth of information online for the likes of you and me to dig into. Of course, here at Waterseekers Water well Drilling, we’re very interested in Water Wells; in fact we’re interested in any type of borehole drilled here in the UK. Curently we’re doing a few projects in Berkshire and Hampshire and there was a need to get more information for the clients, and this is how I came across the aforementioned public service.

The Geoindex

OK. I’ll be honest, I had to send an email to the BGS website support team, cos if your not that savvy with computers like me, then you might also get lost in the jungle – which is why I’m going to show you how to quickly access the information. So, to view a map of all installed water wells (I say all, but I don’t know for sure how accurate it is. Certainly, there are over 100,000 wells registered.), do as follows:

  • Go to the Geoindex page. http://www.bgs.ac.uk/geoindex/
  • Click on the link that says Open the onshore Geoindex
  • This should take you to http://mapapps2.bgs.ac.uk/geoindex/home.html
  • In this new window, Click Add Data.
  • This should display a list of Categories in a small window to display on the map.
BGS Geoindex. Click Add Data & Choose one or more categories

Click Add Data & Choose one or more categories

  • Under Boreholes, click the plus sign by Waterwells.
  • Bob is Your Uncle! See below for sample map of waterwells in Berkshire, but it could just as easily be water wells in your area, be it Yorkshire, Hampshire or Essex.
Sample Map of Waterwells in Reading, Berkshire

Sample Map of Waterwells in Reading, Berkshire

And of course you can choose to display other info too, like Borehole Scans or Waterwell Levels.

Enjoy!

Jenny Hormell
Director
Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd.

Can We Help You With a Project?

We offer a turn-key solution that covers not just the technical aspects such as borehole prognosis, but also every requirement typical of any large commercial water borehole project:

  • Insurance
  • Health and Safety
  • Project Management

If you would like to talk to us about your project, we are happy to give no obligation advice. Visit our website, use the contact form, or call us on 01246 743022 or 01909 724286 

Thanks for reading!

 

 

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Berkshire – Water Well Drilling (Water Boreholes) and Groundwater Maps

Groundwater Map – Berkshire

As an installer of ground source heating and water boreholes, we find it interesting to look at water tables throughout the UK. This week we look at groundwater in Hampshire, UK.

Berkshire - Groundwater map to aid Water Well Drilling of Water Boreholes

Berkshire – Groundwater map to aid Water Well Drilling of Water Boreholes

What are Groundwater Source Protection Zones?

Groundwater provides a third of our drinking water in England and Wales, and it also maintains the flow in many of our rivers. In some areas of Southern England, like Berkshire and Hampshire, groundwater supplies up to 80% of the drinking water that you get through your taps. It is crucial that we look after these sources and ensure that your water is completely safe to drink.
The UK Environment Agency has defined Source Protection Zones (SPZs) for 2000 groundwater sources such as wells, boreholes and springs used for public drinking water supply. These zones show the risk of contamination from any activities that might cause pollution in the area. The closer the activity, the greater the risk. The maps show three main zones (inner, outer and total catchment) and a fourth zone of special interest, which we occasionally apply, to a groundwater source.

The agency uses zones in conjunction with our Groundwater Protection Policy to set up pollution prevention measures in areas which are at a higher risk, and to monitor the activities of potential polluters nearby.

You can read more and search for maps of your own area here.

Installing Water Wells (Water Boreholes) in Berkshire and Hampshire

The geology in both Hampshire and Berkshire serves itself well to the drilling of water boreholes ( water wells).

We offer a turn-key solution that covers not just the technical aspects such as borehole prognosis, but also every requirement typical of any large commercial water borehole project:

  • Insurance
  • Health and Safety
  • Project Management

If you would like to talk to us about your project, we are happy to give no obligation advice. Visit our website, use the contact form, or call us on 01246 743022 or 01909 724286 

Thanks for reading!

Jenny Hormell
Director
Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd.

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Water Boreholes – Enlightening Quotes

This page is an ongoing growing collection of Enlightening Quotes to promote equally enlightening methods of supplying free, reliable, clean water to your business or home.

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“Those who are not aware they are walking in darkness will never seek the light.” ~ Bruce Lee

“Those who do not question the quality, reliability, and cost of their water supply, will never know the advantages of having their own water well.” ~ Lee Hormell, Waterseekers

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“To have power one must be able to stop the source of that power.” ~ Karl Popper, German Philosopher

“To have an unlimited supply of water for your home or business, one must have the ability to control the flow of that water.” ~ Lee Hormell, Waterseekers

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Waterseekers Drilling Services (UK) Ltd

Waterseekers deliver a complete and comprehensive turnkey service for commercial and domestic projects, covering all aspects of water borehole installation and ground source heating system installation.

Our services include:

  • Water boreholes
  • Borehole Prognosis Reports
  • Maintenance
  • Borehole pumps replacement
  • Ground Source and Water Heating Systems
  • Water Treatment
  • Spring water solutions & Irrigation

Our experience and knowledge of drilling and underlying geology and hydrogeology of most regions throughout the UK gives us the edge, and the ability to provide a professional and reliable service.

Please get in touch for more information.

Call Us on 01246 743022

 

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The Ground Source Heat Pump Association

Ground Source Heat Pump Association

gshpWaterseekers is now a member of the Ground Source Heat Pump Association (GSHP).

 

What Are The Benefits to Our Customers?

  • GSHP provides access to industry best practices
  • GSHP is an Association with published Standards.
  • Strong code of ethics to promote the highest standards of integrity, professionalism and technical competence within the ground source energy industry.

Waterseekers Drilling Services (UK) Ltd

A One Stop Service Provider for your Water Borehole and Ground Source Heating Installations in New Builds.

Waterseekers deliver a complete and comprehensive turnkey service for commercial projects, covering all aspects of water borehole installation and ground source heating system installation.

Our services include:

  • Water boreholes
  • Borehole Prognosis Reports
  • Maintenance
  • Borehole pumps replacement
  • Ground Source and Water Heating Systems
  • Water Treatment
  • Spring water solutions & Irrigation

Our experience and knowledge of drilling and underlying geology and hydrogeology of most regions throughout the UK gives us the edge, and the ability to provide a professional and reliable service.

Contact Us for Commercial Services

Please get in touch for more information.

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Safeguarding The Water Quality of Your Water Borehole & Quick Quiz!

Water Water Well Disinfection & Inspection

water-swirl4Disinfection and a well inspection are recommended when your well water tests positive for micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses, and protozoa (single-cell animals).

water-swirl3Wells are routinely tested for coliform bacteria—organisms in soil or vegetation, and in the intestinal tract of warm-blooded animals. Most coliforms are harmless. Their presence indicates whether the well environment can support disease-causing bacteria.
Some strains of E. coli can cause disease.  If a well tests positive for coliform bacteria, testing for E. coli may be a prudent next step.

A water well should be disinfected:

  • When the water tests positive for coliform bacteria
  • After well construction
  • After well servicing
  • If there is a well-system defect that could allow bacteria into the well.
  • The National Ground Water Association recommends qualified water well professionals conduct system disinfections. Proper well disinfection involves chemistry and proper application techniques, so the potential is great for well owners to improperly disinfect their well systems.

Caution! Chlorine compounds are most commonly used to disinfect water wells. These compounds can be a breathing or explosion hazard. Also, it’s not recommended to use household bleach to chlorinate wells. Bleach is not designed for use in drinking water.

Recurring bacteria could indicate:

  • A breach in the well system’s sanitary seals
  • A nearby contamination source such as a failing septic system
  • The need for a well cleaning.
  • If bacteria is recurring in your water, consult with a qualified water well system contractor on how to proceed.

What do you know about your Water Well?

It is important that private well (water borehole) owners take a little time to learn about how to be a good steward of their water well systems, which includes testing the water and acting to improve water quality if necessary.

Here’s a Quick quiz to test your knowledge:

1. It is important to test one’s well water annually for:

a. Iron
b. Hardness
c. Sulfides
d. Bacteria
e. Nitrates
f. d and e
g. All of the above

2. A local health or environmental health department is a good place to start in checking for potential local groundwater contamination threats:

True or False?

3. The well may be dirty if:

a. The water is cloudy
b. The water flow into the well is slow
c. There are taste and odor problems
d. All of the above

4. Nitrates most commonly come from manufacturing sites:

True or False?

5. Total coliforms are tested in water because:
a. These bacteria are hazardous to one’s
health
b. They are easy to grow in a lab test
c. They are an indicator of possible
pathogenic bacteria
d. b and c
e. All of the above

See answers at end of page

Water Well Services We Provide

LOGO_WSHere at Waterseekers Drilling Services (UK), we deliver a complete and comprehensive turnkey service, covering all aspects of borehole installation including borehole design, drilling, ground work and pump installation and maintenance providing reliable water and heating solution to suit our client’s individual requirements.

Our services include:

Our experience and knowledge of drilling and underlying geology and hydrogeology of most regions throughout the UK gives us the edge and the ability to provide a professional and reliable service to you.

Contact Us for Commercial & Domestic Water Borehole Projects

Please get in touch for more information.

Quiz answers:
(1) f (2) True (3) d (4) False (5) d

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Waterseekers – The Company & Our Services

Introduction

Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd. (WSWDS) is based in Nottinghamshire and operates throughout the UK.

The company director, Lee Hormell has over 25 years experience in the drilling industry in all aspects of drilling operations and contracting.

WSWDS provides borehole drilling services and covers all aspects of borehole installation including design, drilling, ground work and pump installation and maintenance providing reliable water and ground source heating solutions to suit customer’s individual requirements.

Our customers range has grown from our beginnings with private domestic and agricultural boreholes to predominantly medium to large scale commercial clients.

The Business & Services

Overview of the business

WSWDS was started trading in January 2012. Based in Worksop, Nottinghamshire we provide water well drilling and water supply services to customers throughout the UK.

The business management and experience

The business is managed by the Director, Lee Hormell and myself Jennifer Hormell, Company Secretary and is a family concern.

We both have been involved in two previous family businesses from start-up which have been subsequently sold as thriving businesses.

Lee Hormell began as a drilling operative for the family business, Hormell Engineering Ltd in 1990 and progressed to Operations Manager overseeing drilling projects up to a value of £150,000 for ground stabilisation and foundation works in the construction industry.

Having been approached to drill a borehole for a large ground source heating project we identified an emerging market and set up Ground Source Solutions Ltd. specialising in providing a turnkey service for large scale ground source heat pump renewable schemes for large commercial applications including schools, universities and government buildings.

Lee Hormell completed his Energy Engineer training in conjunction with Oklahoma University and the company became a member of the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association.

Ground Source Solutions rapidly gained a reputation for its work and became the market leader in this field completing some of the UK’s largest installations.

The company grew from operating one drilling rig and crew to a fleet of eight drilling rigs and over 25 employees.

Therefore, Lee Hormell has over 25 years experience in all aspects of the drilling industry from ground stabilisation to ground source heating and water boreholes.

My role with both companies was very varied from bringing Hormell Engineering up to date with new accounting and office systems to marketing strategies and business development for both companies.

We employ two highly skilled and experienced drilling foreman both whom have worked with us in our previous drilling companies.

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Waterwell Drilling Rig - Sheffield United Football Pitch

Waterwell Drilling Rig #2 – Sheffield United Football Pitch

Ingersal Rand -T3W Lorry Mounted Rig
Geosep 2 -Mud Cleaning Unit
Putzmeister – Grout Pumps
Separation Tanks
Extensive Drilling Consumables

 

Services Provided

WSWDS deliver a complete and comprehensive turnkey service, covering all aspects of borehole installation including borehole design, drilling, ground work and pump installation and maintenance providing reliable water and heating solution to suit our client’s individual requirements.

Our services include:

  • Water boreholes
  • Borehole Prognosis Reports
  • Maintenance
  • Borehole pumps replacement
  • Ground Source and Water Heating Systems
  • Water Treatment
  • Spring water solutions & Irrigation

Our experience and knowledge of drilling and underlying geology and hydrogeology of most regions throughout the UK gives us the edge over our competitors and the ability to provide a professional and reliable service.

Contact Us for Commercial Water Borehole Services

Here at Waterseekers we provide a complete turnkey service – a detailed borehole prognosis report, system design, drilling, groundwork, pump installation and water analysis and treatment to guarantee your system fully operational and open for business!

Please get in touch for more information.

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Summary of Waterwell Drilling Projects for 2014 – 2015

Water Borehole (Waterwells) Projects Undertaken – 2014-5

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We have had a very busy summer completing some large scale projects:

Darrington Quarry

75m x 450mm Diameter Borehole drilled with air and foam through the lower Magnesium formation. Borehole test pumped at 60m3 per hr. water is to be used for the aggregate washing plant.

Belmont Laundry in Essex

Borehole commenced at 406mm diameter to 96m through the London basin and 5m into the top of the chalk, 273mm casing installed into the top of the chalk at 96m and back grouted. Borehole progressed through the Chalk to a final depth of 160m. Pump tested at 15m3 per hr. Water to be used for the Laundry.

Aeroserve Laundry in Slough

Borehole commenced at 406mm to 30m and 5m into the top of the chalk 273mm casing installed to 30m and back grouted. Borehole progressed to 100m through the Chalk. Pump tested at 10m3 per hr. Water to be used for the Laundry.

Raymond Brown Aggregates Shootash Quarry

Borehole commenced at 355mm through the London basin to 114m and 5m into the upper chalk formation, a 219mm casing is installed into the chalk and back grouted. Borehole commenced though the chalk to 150m. Borehole pump tested at 10m3 per hour, water to be used for the aggregate wash plant.

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Water Borehole (Waterwells) Projects Lined up for Last Quarter 2015

In the last few months of 2015 Waterseekers have the following projects:-

  • October-Leisure facility in the South of England.
  • October Fishery in Yorkshire
  • October Equestrian in the Midlands
  • October/November Educational building in Sheffield
  • November Recycling plant in the Midlands
  • November Religious building in West Yorkshire
  • Barn Conversion in South Yorkshire
  • November/December Religious building in Midlands
  • December Geothermal Installation in Nottinghamshire
  • December Micro Brewery in Nottinghamshire

Plans for 2016

2016 gets of to a good start with projects already in place for the first quarter.

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Harmony – Water Wells and Water Purification

Harmony – Water Wells and Water Purification

The world in a drop of water from a water well.

“Mind is just like water. When agitated, it is difficult to see what lies beneath. When settled, the answers come to the surface.”

Hand in hand with water borehole drilling services that we specialize in here at Waterseekers, is the purification of this water once we’ve got it out of the ground.

Although the quality of the water from a waterwell is arguably superior to water from municipal supplies, we can always do more to improve the quality of our drinking water and so the health of everybody who drinks water – not that many really 😉

Also, there are times when well water has a high lead content, which must be removed.

So What Is Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis was developed as a water treatment method more than 40 years ago. The process first arose as a technique of desalinating seawater. Once the method’s decontaminating capabilities were recognized, reverse osmosis systems started to be commercially produced for home water purification purposes. These systems were installed in homes even as far back as the 1970s. Reverse osmosis systems seemed a viable option to the more costly and energy wasteful distillation units.

The Process:
The reverse osmosis process relies upon a semi-permeable membrane through which pressurized water is forced. Reverse osmosis, simply put, is the opposite of the natural osmosis process of water. Osmosis is the name for the tendency of water to migrate from a weaker saline solution to a stronger saline solution, gradually equalizing the saline composition of each solution when a semi-permeable membrane separates the two solutions.

In reverse osmosis, water is forced to move from a stronger saline solution to a weaker solution, again through a semi-permeable membrane. Because molecules of salt are physically larger than water molecules, the membrane blocks the passage of salt particles. The end result is desalinated water on one side of the membrane and a highly concentrated, saline solution of water on the other side. In addition to salt particles, this process will remove a select number of drinking water contaminants, depending upon the physical size of the contaminants. For this reason, reverse osmosis has been touted as an effective drinking water purification method.

Pros and Cons:
Reverse osmosis is a valuable water purification process when mineral-free water is the desired end product. Most mineral constituents of water are physically larger than water molecules. Thus, they are trapped by the semi-permeable membrane and removed from drinking water when filtered through a reverse osmosis system. Such minerals include salt, lead, manganese, iron, and calcium.

Reverse osmosis will also remove some chemical components of drinking water, including nitrates and the dangerous mind numbing municipal additive – fluoride.

Although reverse osmosis does extract several contaminants from drinking water, its removal capabilities are not ideally suited to the challenges of the municipally treated water that the overwhelming majority of people receive. Municipal water contains such contaminants as chlorine and volatile organic chemicals (VOCs). Because these contaminants are physically smaller in size than water, the semi-permeable membrane cannot prohibit them from passing through with the water. Thus, they remain in drinking water.

“Mind is just like water. When agitated, it is difficult to see what lies beneath. When settled, the answers come to the surface.”

Reverse osmosis, also, by removing alkaline mineral constituents of water, produces acidic water. Acidic water can be dangerous to the body system, causing calcium and other essential minerals to be stripped from bones and teeth in order to neutralize its acidity. Trace elements of minerals were intended to be in water; their removal leaves tasteless, an potentially unhealthy drinking water.

water-well-for-free-waterTo benefit from reverse osmosis water filters, means that we have to make sure that our body is supplemented with the minerals which were stripped out along with all the bad stuff – nitrates, flouride.

Reverse osmosis water filters remove fluoride and fluoro-silicic acid at the molecular level. Activated carbon water filters remove pesticides. Air conditioning removes most toxins from the air. Activated carbon air filters remove incinerator, foundry and ceramic factory toxins from the air.

Who Are We?

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Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd has over 50 years experience of commercial water well installations for agricultural and industrial usage. You dont have to know about the above definitions becasue we undertake the Borehole Prognosis for you.

Commercial Water Borehole Turn Key Solutions

We offer a turn-key solution that covers not just the technical aspects such as borehole prognosis, but also every requirement typical of any large commercial water borehole project:

  • Insurance
  • Health and Safety
  • Project Management

If you would like to talk to us about your project, we are happy to give no obligation advice. Visit our website, use the contact form, or call us on 01246 743022

Thanks for reading!

Jenny Hormell
Director
Waterseekers Well Drilling Services Ltd.

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