11/14/2012 (press release: press-releases) // United Kingdom
M & D Drilling have been involved in bore hole drilling for more than 30 years and their expertise extend to the ability to carry out detailed analysis of water quality requirements. Their installations are done with the newest energy saving technology. The company offer to examine a location’s geology in order to provide customers with cost estimates for a complete project which include free site visit and quotation, free pre-drill water drowsing survey, the actual construction of a borehole, analysis of the water, free call out to plan final design and costs, full installation and full after care services.
A bore hole is a narrow shaft drilled in the ground and is constructed for the purpose of extracting water or gases or even petroleum. They can also be made for geothermal installations. The term is actually used to describe numerous holes that are drilled during geotechnical investigation that may include holes to collect water samples, soil samples or to install wells. Samples that are collected are typically tested in the laboratory to ascertain their physical properties or assess levels of chemical components.
Bore hole drilling that is done in order to install a water well is done by inserting a vertical pipe and well screen that will ensure the borehole does not cave and is protected from surface chemicals as well as sediment. The holes are sunk with the use of a drilling rig.
Water from bore holes is far more sanitary than that from taps and is free from micro-organisms. Since rain water is collected over time and filtered by the rock layers it is rich in essential minerals like magnesium and calcium. Sometimes the water is further purified by water refining plants for the use of mineral water. Water bore holes also allow for greater self-sufficiency.
M&D Drilling offers three forms of drilling, namely; domestic, agricultural and industrial. Domestic drilling is ideal for a home that experiences slow or weak water pressure and poor water quality. The bore holes will further enhance the supply of water to a home and is a more reliable form of getting water during drier seasons.
Agricultural boreholes have their benefits too. Having a borehole ensures a huge savings on water bills – up to as much as 90% in some instances. It increases both water quality and pressure and maintains an adequate supply for farm and livestock. It also ensures sufficient supplies during drier times. The solution is ideal for pig farms, golf courses, dairy farms, chicken and duck farms, beef farms and spray irrigation to name a few. Industrial drilling reaps the same benefits.
Contact M & D Drilling for a no obligations quotation.
14 Park Avenue, Sprotbrough, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 7LW
Office Telephone: 01302 789011
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