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If you are looking at relining your water bore, due to the steel bore casing being corroded away and leaving holes in the side that can allow sand or dirt to enter the bore. …

If you are looking at relining your water bore, due to the steel bore casing being corroded away and leaving holes in the side that can allow sand or dirt to enter the bore.
This video will help you gather the information needed before you start to reline your bore

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  • 1. How To Check to see if your Bore can be RelinedWhy have a new bore drilled when you may be able to repair your old bore Part 2
  • 2. How To You Have Decided to reline your Bore
  • 3. How To Then the following will help you
  • 4. How To Talk to your local Water Authority Find out if you need a permit to repair your water bore. Step 1
  • 5. How To Example - Below is a link of requirements for Bores in Queensland. http://www.nrm.qld.gov.au/water/m anagement/pdf/waterbore- drillers.pdf Step 1
  • 6. How To We do not want you to be illegal Step 1
  • 7. How To Gather Information and Inspect your Bore to find out where the problem is, decide if it can be repaired and the best method of repair. Step 2
  • 8. How To Find the original log. If you do not have this, find who the driller was, that drilled your hole and see if they have a log. Or Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 9. How To Go to your Local water authority and try to get a copy of the log. There may be a cost for this. Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 10. How To The log will tell you Information like. Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 11. How To Diameter of the ID of the bore. Step 3
  • 12. How To Is it stepped down anywhere? Step 3
  • 13. How To What depth is the casing Step 3
  • 14. How To Where is the screen set. Step 3
  • 15. How To Is there multiple screens? Step 3
  • 16. How To Screen type. Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 17. How To Connection of screen. Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 18. How To Water Levels Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 19. How To Gravel pack size Step 3 Finding Information of Bore
  • 20. How To This information is invaluable in deciding, the design, calculations, materials needed and quantities needed for a complete repair of your bore.
  • 21. How To If you cannot get or have this information then it is still possible to repair your bore.
  • 22. How To When Inspecting your bore The problems to look for are As follows
  • 23. How To A build-up of corrosion Inside the casing Step 5 What to Look for
  • 24. How To Holes in the casing Step 5 What to Look for
  • 25. How To The Casing has Corroded or Separated from the screen.
  • 26. How To There are several ways you can inspect your failed water bore Step 4
  • 27. How To 1: A torch and a string line (Depending on Bore dia. and depth) 1
  • 28. How To If your bore is shallow enough, and the diameter of the bore is large enough, then you may be able to see the hole in the casing. 1
  • 29. How To If the hole is below the water line or to deep then only a camera inspection will show the hole. 1
  • 30. How To 2: Camera Inspection 2
  • 31. How To A camera is sent down into the bore and a video picture is sent back to a screen and recorder. 2
  • 32. How To If the damage is below water line, then the camera will record and show you how much damage has taken place 2
  • 33. How To The Camera will also log the bore and give you depths of where the damage has taken place. 2
  • 34. How To We Now have the following Information 2
  • 35. How To Depth of the Bore 2
  • 36. How To Depth of the Screen 2
  • 37. How To What the damage is 2
  • 38. How To And where the damage is 2
  • 39. How To It is now a easier decision to decide what course of action to take now. 2
  • 40. How To 3: Steel pipe and rope 3
  • 41. How To 3 The Steel pipe should be the same diameter as the new casing to be inserted. Picture from www.waterboredevelopers.com.au
  • 42. How To 3 The Steel pipe is lowered into the bore on a rope. This is to achieve a couple of results.
  • 43. 3 1: It will tell us if the bore is bent
  • 44. 3 2: It will tell us if the new reline casing will fit all the way to the bottom.
  • 45. 3 4: It will swipe the build up of corrosion and may return it to it’s original inside diameter. Picture from www.waterboredevelopers.com.au
  • 46. 3 As this will allow all the corrosion to fall to the bottom, the casing will have to be cleaned out.
  • 47. 3 One way to clean the bore is by using compressed air. www.aquaboredrilling.com
  • 48. How To Now that the bore has been inspected we will know the following
  • 49. How To Depth of the bore
  • 50. How To Maximum diameter of the casing that can be used in relining your bore
  • 51. How To That the Bore is Straight
  • 52. How To Decision time
  • 53. How To If the bore is a straight reline with Pvc screen down the bottom.
  • 54. How To And you going to Reline your bore yourself, then go to Part 3 of this presentation. Go to or Click on Link below www.deps.com.au/how-to/relining_a_bore_part3
  • 55. How To Or
  • 56. How To If the bore is a reline with a stainless screen down the bottom.
  • 57. How To And you going to Reline your bore yourself, then go to Part 4 of this presentation. Go to or Click on Link below www.deps.com.au/how-to/relining_a_bore_part4
  • 58. Thank you for taking the time to look at the information we have created for you, We hope this will be of assistance to solving your piping, drainage and drilling challenges. If you have any more questions Please feel free to contact myself or one of our team Article
  • 59. For more Case Studies and Information go to www.deps.com.au then click onto Handy Links or contact us on 1300 133 000 askus@deps.com.au Case Study - How to - Articles
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  • 61. Solving your Piping, Drilling and Drainage Challenges with Trust and Integrity