Drilling of artesian wells in the highlands of Watabaek Subdistrict, Thep Sathit District, Chaiyaphum Province, the area is located at an altitude of more than 300 meters above sea level, by setting up a geologic basin of Sao Khua series which is a geology that consists of sedimentary rocks of sandstone, siltstone with mica Granules and Silica Granules. Most of the area is hilly and sloping. Therefore, this area has a relatively low estimation of accumulated groundwater. This made it difficult to find and penetrate the well.
Prior to drilling operations, our team devoted a lot of time to dozens of Electrical Resistivity Method (ERM) surveys before selecting the appropriate drilling site and conducting accurate well drilling. until the creation of an artesian well capable of producing groundwater to the full potential of the area.ชมผลงาน
Drilling of artesian wells in Phatthana Nikhom District, Lopburi Province. The area is located in the aquifers hydrogeological zone, the carbonate rocks of the Permian age. This is a zone that is difficult to drill groundwater because the geology is a variety of hard rock layers, whether it is limestone and granite and there is a layer of sediment mixed with mountain rock rubble alternating with sand and clay layers.
Drill operators need skill and concentration to properly control drilling speed and airflow.ชมผลงาน
Drilling of groundwater wells for agricultural and household use, Lat Takhian Subdistrict, Kabin Buri District, Prachin Buri Province, is an area with good groundwater quality and supply. The soil surface is laterite soil that has a sheer but deep down to become aquifers, semi-permian carboniferous aquifers. It consists of sedimentary rock, sandstone, grey-wax, greenish-gray, rounded pebbles and interlaced limestone. According to the survey, the aquifer bedrock was found spreading at a depth of 60-100 meters with a groundwater volume of not less than 40 cubic meters/hour.ชมผลงาน
Groundwater Well Drilling for agriculture at Bot Subdistrict, Phimai District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, which is an area where the well can be drilled with good quality fresh water. It is located in the hydro-geological layer in the Maha Sarakham Rock formation area. Consists of sediments: sand, gravel, laterite and gravel.
The hydrogeological layer that exists in Permian carbonate aquifers. Mud Rotary and Reverse Circulation drilling are required because the upper soil surface is sedimentary, mud, and fine sand. Drilling continues with the Air Drilling through several rock layers (limestone, granite, etc.) until it reaches aquifers that are clean and massive enough for commercial use.ชมผลงาน