FAQs on Bore well Pumps

Posted by On: December 12th, 2015 0 Comments

Bore well Pumps find a huge usage in domestic and commercial purposes. In this article today, I am going to discuss on some common FAQs on these particular set of pumps.

Identify the place for installation of borewell:

Domestic Borewell exploration is done by the method called Vertical Electrical Sounding. Ancient tools like wooden sticks and magnetic blocks also help identify the site for borewell. However, these tools often do not present the reliable information and may lead to a clamour while installation.

What can be the best suited time for drilling a borewell?

The best suited time is always the summer where you get to know where the maximum underwater storage is prevails.

The common methods adopted for drilling a borewell:

Factors affecting the drilling of a borewell pump are:

  • Geological variations such as alluvial, hard rock and boulder!

  • Diameter and depth of borewell.

  • Cost factors.

  • Purpose Intended

Commonly used drilling methods are:

  • Calyx Drilling

  • Water Jetting

  • Augur Drilling

  • Precussion Drilling

  • Rotary Drilling

  • Down The Hole Hammering Drilling (DTH)

While water jetting and augur drilling are meant for shallow borewell drilling in alluvial formations, calyx drilling are done in hard rock and alluvial both. Precussion Drillings are deep bores in alluvial formations. Rotary Drillings are used for drilling large and deep bore holes in alluvial. DTH is used to drill large and deep hole in hard rock formation.

Features of a Borewell Pump:

  • Low power consumption

  • Provides optimum efficiency

  • Dynamic rotating wheels render less vibration and lower noise level.

  • Lightweight & compact size makes it easy for installation.


  • Domestic and industrial uses.

  • Farmhouse, Gardening and Nurseries.

  • Booster Systems.

  • Deep Irrigation and sprinkler.

  • Fire-fight for medium and small-sized plants.

At CRI, you will find a BoreWell Submersible Pumpset that has inbuilt thermoplastic impeller, check valves and diffusers. Vital components are Corrosion resistant thermoplastic. The pumpset has an optimal design of impellers & diffusers enabling hydraulic efficiency of best quality. The built in check valve prevents back flow and eliminates the risk of water hammering.

Exclusive features for CRI Borewell Pump includes:

  • Maintenance cost is extremely low.

  • Can stand wide voltage fluctuations.

  • Silver brazed rotor.

  • Rewindable motor is water-cooled.

  • Built in imported motor protector.

Give a new edge to your water pumping experience. Visit CRI Pumps today and check out pumps of varied purposes and range.



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