Borehole Water Treatment
Why borehole water requires treatment?
Any water extracted from the ground is likely to require some pre-treatment, Boreholes have been drilled all over the world and once the borehole has been drilled it provides an almost unlimited supply of free water. Some boreholes and spring water results can come back with lots of different contaminants and some do come back with very little treatment required at all. So if you are using a lot of water it can be well worth the investment and you will reap the rewards for years to come.
For companies with high production volumes the savings of water can be immense. Excel Water can treat this water to produce an almost limitless supply of clean fresh water which can be cleaned up for drinking or industrial process water.
The water quality from this type of water can vary from area to area and a detailed water analysis of the water is the first step before any recommendations can be made.
Accurate usage rates are essential too to ensure that the correct equipment is sized for the correct flow rate.
How borehole water is treated
Treatment often includes adding oxygen (aeration) to the water as the first stage. Iron and Manganese can be an issue in certain areas but can be treated with the correct Iron removal resin. Nitrates are often found around farming land and again can be removed with the correct treatment.
Even without bacteria being present after a water analysis an effective way of removing bacteria is essential as a minimum course of action.
Not sure what treatment you require? Use the form below or call us now and speak to our team who will be able to assist you with getting a water analysis done and provide you with expert advice on the treatment required.