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How to plan to drill a well?

A well is a man-made hole dug into the ground to get to a liquid. The most commonly sought liquid is water: About 97 percent of the worlds fresh water is found in underground aquifers, and some 15 million American homes have water wells. Water wells may be dug simply to monitor water quality or to h...

The strategy to find water

According to the United States Geological Survey, there is more freshwater located underground than there is in all of the earth freshwater lakes and rivers. The United States Geological Survey states there is over 2,000,000 of freshwater stored within a half mile of the earth surface, in comparison...

HOW DEEP SHOULD MY WELL BE?

“How deep will the well be?” is a common question before drilling a well. If the driller has drilled several wells in the nearby area, he may be able to estimate the approximate depth where water will be encountered. Most of the time, however, the depth needed to find the required well yield canno...

How to Detect Home Leakage?

Use your water meter to check for leaks The best way too determine if you have a leak in your plumbing system, is by first checking your water meter. 1 Make sure no water is being used inside or outside of your house. 2 Locate your water meter and check the leak indicator to see if it is moving. De...

Methods of Groundwater Exploration

Groundwater is an invisible natural resource. It is available in different proportions, in various rock types and at various depths, on the surface layer of the earth. In the historical past, when there is no visible flow of water along the rivers, people used to dig small pits, in the river alluviu...

How to find underground water for bore well accurately?

In actual fact, it consists of different methods ranging from the most rudimentary – but nevertheless of interest for people or small communities with little means, such as dowsing – to the most sophisticated such as the prior analysis of satellite photos or proton magnetic resonance (PMR) investi...

Tips before u drill the well and using the PQWT-water detector

Most aquifers are at the depth of the water table, these are called unconfined aquifers, as all the material above them is porous. Confined aquifers are covered by nonporous layers, which, although they push the static water level above the top of the aquifer, are more difficult to drill into. Consu...

Groundwater

What is groundwater? These kids probably think there is some kind of magic happening here, they pull down a lever and out of the ground below their feet comes clear, cool freshwater. They and maybe you may not realize that there is an immense amount of water in aquifers below the earth surface. In ...

A Water Leak Detection Guide You Can Trust

On the surface a leak can appear to be more of an irritant than anything else, causing the incessant “drip, drip” noise that breaks the quiet of a house. Beyond this, a leak can also represent bigger, more expensive problems to your household budget. We will explain why that is, and what you shoul...

PQWT water detector helps u identify different rocks

Different lithologies have a great influence on the drilling of water. Usually, the difficulty of rock drilling is measured by the number of footage per unit time to indicate the level of drillability. Generally, this method is used to classify the lithology. Because of the variety of rocks, the dif...

What need to look for when drilling a borehole?

What do you need water for? To irrigate your garden and top up the swimming pool? To provide household water to a small rural community or farm household? Or maybe even to service a multi-hectare irrigation scheme. Whatever your requirements are, nothing beats a source of cost-effective water...

Dowsing as a Method of Finding Underground Water

“Dowsing,” “water witching,” “divining,” and “doodle bugging” are all names for the practice of locating groundwater by walking the surface of a property while holding a forked stick, a pair of L shaped rods, a pendulum, or another tool that responds when the person moves...

Interpretation of Lithology by PQWT

PQWT Geological Prospecting Equipment is mainly to tell the underground geological structure, like fracture and cracks. All lithology analysis is very important for the use of PQWT-TC water detector. Here is the interpretation oflithology by PQWT as below:

Save Money by Locating Well Water

Water well drilling can be expensive and time-consuming, especially when you do not know where to drill! If given incorrect information about where to drill for your well, you can end up spending thousands of dollars and end up with land littered with holes. with PQWT instruments...

Report on 122nd Canton Fair of PQWT

On October 15th to 19th 2017, the 122nd Autumn Canton Fair was held in Guangzhou annually as scheduled, exhibiting electronic and household appliances, hardware tools, machinery, chemical, lighting, building materials, energy and other commodities. Customers from all over the world come along...

PQWT Team in India.Sep.12th.~Sep.23th 2017

PQWT team arrived in India on September 12th, 2017 by air. The first station is the capital of India, Delhi, an area of 1484 square kilometers.It is the main traffic location between India River and Ganges River, which is a strategical location since ancient times...

Clouds may hide water on alien worlds

Astronomers have discovered about 2000 planets around other stars, but they have few hard facts about what they are like, such as the contents of their atmospheres. Have they clear skies like Star Wars’ Tatooine or are they overcast like the planet home of Cloud City?

What is Groundwater?

Groundwater is used for drinking water by more than 50 percent of the people in the United States, including almost everyone who lives in rural areas. The largest use for groundwater is to irrigate crops.