Borehole Drilling

What Is Borehole Drilling??

To access groundwater, borehole drilling entails digging a well in the ground. The first step is to evaluate the area and choose the best spot to drill the borehole. After drilling, casing (made of metal or PVC) is put in place to protect the borehole from collapsing and to keep the water supply clean. A pump is installed once the borehole has reached the aquifer (the source of water) to assist in pumping water from the aquifer to the surface. Following testing and treatment, it is ensured that the water samples are of the highest quality and are safe to consume.

Where Boreholes Can Be Used

  • Residential Purposes
  • Agricultural Farms
  • Industries
  • Hotels
  • Schools
  • Community Water Supply
  • Mining and Construction Sites
  • Research and Exploration
  • Parks and Recreational Facilities

Why Choose Hydrometriks

When it comes to the installation of any form of borehole (domestic or industrial), we offer services that are unmatched. In addition, we adhere to the strictest industry standards and employ state-of-the-art drilling technology exceed client expectations while minimizing environmental effect. Additionally, the company provides its customers with quarterly maintenance

Features And Benefits Of Boreholes

About Us

Hydrometriks was established to revolutionize the way water is treated and utilized in the country. Responding to the sheer lack of sustainable water and the poor quality of water produced in the Country, our priority is to provide sustainable water treatment solutions at the most economical and operational cost. We are set apart by our unwavering dedication to delivering exceptional results by employing the use of state-of-the-art equipment and advanced processes. Our commitment transcends the border of business as we are driven by the solemn pledge to create a sustainable future where clean water is accessible to all.