Carl Hamm Supply 400kW borehole pump @ 430m depth turnkey project

Case Studies / 8 July 2021 by Carl Hamm
Credit : Aerial view of completed borehole, discharge manifold, drop cable dispensers, orange isolating & control panel, Carl Hamm E-House containing VSD, PLC and other controls and brown 6.6kV - 550V mini-sub.

Whether it’s a dewatering application or finding a sustainable source of potable/production water, a groundwater solution can tick all the boxes. As usual, the devils in the detail. This goldmine approached Carl Hamm for a turnkey solution aimed at providing water from a borehole.

THE LOCATION AND DRILLING

The drill site was provided by the mine. The completed hole was drilled, cased and screened to a depth of 430m. Watch this Carl Hamm video below:

It is worth noting that Carl Hamm South Africa are the sole agents for Stüwa Germany, a family-run business and a manufacturer of high-quality borehole-construction technology accessories such as casing, screens, drilling fluid additives, riser pipes and instrumentation such as dip meters. Click here to view the STÜWA well configurator.

To read more about this Project click this link.


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