the evolution of drilling water wells

The practice of drilling water wells has also experienced a revolution. Originally, a well was dug by hand with a pick and shovel, painstakingly eliminating the soil by a bucket hauled to the surface. The activity continued until the water table was found.

More modern methods include truck-mounted drilling trucks, with rotary or roto percussion bits driving their way through rock

As often as not, a dry hole resulted in the procedure being repeated a few feet away, with hopes of success often being dashed by the same result. More modern methods include truck-mounted drilling trucks, with rotary or roto percussion bits driving their way through rock and going well below the water table so the consumer has a steady supply of water.

Sumadhura Technologies use state-of-the-art technology to find the best water available. Using portable discovery and drilling equipment, their water well surveyors have been bringing their services to many states in the sub-Saharan Africa and can travel to other locations as well. Sumadhura Technologies welcomes the opportunity to survey and also drill for any water well in Uganda or any country in the Sub-Saharan Africa.

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  1. Iti s interesting that the more modern methods of drilling with rotary means can give better results. My brother is going to be digging a well in a rural area. This is important for him to know.

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