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
Pa...
A Typical Bore
with NO
Corrosion.
A Typical Bore
with Corrosion or
a hole in the
casing.
How To
The
Problem
How To
Does your Borecasing look
like this?
How To
1: Has your Bore
stopped Pumping.
How To
2: Sand is now found
in the pumped water.
How To
3: The pump is stuck
in the Bore by
Corrosion build up.
How To
4: The pump is stuck
in the Bore by
sand
build up
How To
What Causes
Corrosion on the
Borecasing?
How To
1: Salt in the water
How To
2: Bio- Corrosion
Fouled groundwater having microorganism within the bio film
How To
3: High Voltage
Lines
How To
4: Dc Current
Phone lines
Electric fences
How To
5: Carbon Dioxide in
the water
How To
6: Chemicals in the
ground
How To
7: Oxygen
Rising and Falling of the water level
How To
The
Solution
How To
1: Reline your Bore.
How To
2: Drill a new bore
How To
3: Use Pvc casing
How To
4: By water from
Elsewhere.
How To
Which Solution
is the best for
you?
How To
1: Reline your
Bore.
Positive Aspects
How To
Cheapest Option.
How To
Repaired in a quick time.
How To
No new licence may be required. (see your Water
Authority)
How To
You may be able to do it yourself.
How To
You can start the project immediately
How To
1: Reline your
Bore.
Negative Aspects
How To
Cannot always fit the original pump.
How To
Difficult to seal to Original Screen.
How To
Water supply may be lower than needed.
How To
A New pump may have to be purchased.
How To
No guarantee that it will work.
How To
A camera inspection may be necessary.
How To
The Bore must be inspected before
relining,
for a decision to be made
How To
2: Drill a New
Bore.
Positive Aspects
How To
The bore can be guaranteed by the
driller
How To
No Risk to you.
How To
Original supply can be
obtained.
How To
Life of bore extended for a
lifetime.
How To
You will have exact details and log of
bore.
How To
May find a new aquifer.
How To
2: Drill a New
Bore.
Negative Aspects
How To
The Costs can be very
high.
How To
A new license is required.
How To
Must be drilled by a licensed
driller.
How To
Time frame to get a new
license.
How To
Time frame to drill the new
hole.
How To
Your Decision ?
How To
If you have decided to go with a new
bore, then you will need to find a Local
Driller.
Or
How To
If you want to Reline your bore yourself,
then go to Part 2 of this presentation.
Go to or Click on Link below
www....
Thank you for taking the time to look at the information
we have created for you,
We hope this will be of assistance to so...
For more Case Studies and Information
go to www.deps.com.au
then click onto Handy Links
or contact us on
1300 133 000
asku...
Deps Products &
Capabilities
Solving your Piping, Drilling
and Drainage Challenges
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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.
These slides will help you decide what is the best action for you to take

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  1. 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 1
  2. 2. A Typical Bore with NO Corrosion.
  3. 3. A Typical Bore with Corrosion or a hole in the casing.
  4. 4. How To The Problem
  5. 5. How To Does your Borecasing look like this?
  6. 6. How To 1: Has your Bore stopped Pumping.
  7. 7. How To 2: Sand is now found in the pumped water.
  8. 8. How To 3: The pump is stuck in the Bore by Corrosion build up.
  9. 9. How To 4: The pump is stuck in the Bore by sand build up
  10. 10. How To What Causes Corrosion on the Borecasing?
  11. 11. How To 1: Salt in the water
  12. 12. How To 2: Bio- Corrosion Fouled groundwater having microorganism within the bio film
  13. 13. How To 3: High Voltage Lines
  14. 14. How To 4: Dc Current Phone lines Electric fences
  15. 15. How To 5: Carbon Dioxide in the water
  16. 16. How To 6: Chemicals in the ground
  17. 17. How To 7: Oxygen Rising and Falling of the water level
  18. 18. How To The Solution
  19. 19. How To 1: Reline your Bore.
  20. 20. How To 2: Drill a new bore
  21. 21. How To 3: Use Pvc casing
  22. 22. How To 4: By water from Elsewhere.
  23. 23. How To Which Solution is the best for you?
  24. 24. How To 1: Reline your Bore. Positive Aspects
  25. 25. How To Cheapest Option.
  26. 26. How To Repaired in a quick time.
  27. 27. How To No new licence may be required. (see your Water Authority)
  28. 28. How To You may be able to do it yourself.
  29. 29. How To You can start the project immediately
  30. 30. How To 1: Reline your Bore. Negative Aspects
  31. 31. How To Cannot always fit the original pump.
  32. 32. How To Difficult to seal to Original Screen.
  33. 33. How To Water supply may be lower than needed.
  34. 34. How To A New pump may have to be purchased.
  35. 35. How To No guarantee that it will work.
  36. 36. How To A camera inspection may be necessary.
  37. 37. How To The Bore must be inspected before relining, for a decision to be made
  38. 38. How To 2: Drill a New Bore. Positive Aspects
  39. 39. How To The bore can be guaranteed by the driller
  40. 40. How To No Risk to you.
  41. 41. How To Original supply can be obtained.
  42. 42. How To Life of bore extended for a lifetime.
  43. 43. How To You will have exact details and log of bore.
  44. 44. How To May find a new aquifer.
  45. 45. How To 2: Drill a New Bore. Negative Aspects
  46. 46. How To The Costs can be very high.
  47. 47. How To A new license is required.
  48. 48. How To Must be drilled by a licensed driller.
  49. 49. How To Time frame to get a new license.
  50. 50. How To Time frame to drill the new hole.
  51. 51. How To Your Decision ?
  52. 52. How To If you have decided to go with a new bore, then you will need to find a Local Driller. Or
  53. 53. How To If you want to Reline your bore yourself, then go to Part 2 of this presentation. Go to or Click on Link below www.deps.com.au/how-to/relining_a_bore_part2
  54. 54. 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
  55. 55. 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 How To Reline your Bore
  56. 56. Deps Products & Capabilities
  57. 57. Solving your Piping, Drilling and Drainage Challenges with Trust and Integrity

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