Residential Bore Water
Bore water or ground water can provide high volumes of water for both household and irrigation use. Bore water usually requires additional treatment as it has site specific issues after having absorbed a variety of minerals from the surrounding earth and as such, requires a water test to determine the specific treatment requirements.
Understanding Bore Water Treatment Requirements
Because the water from your bore has adsorbed minerals and potentially contaminants from the specific ground it is drawn from establishing water quality and usage requirements is critical to providing the right solution.
What will your bore water be used for?
Treating your water to Australian Drinking Water Standards requires a higher level of treatment than for irrigation or stock watering. Determining how much water is required and what it will be used for is a key aspect of any system design and treatment processes required.
Taking samples carefully and taking observations at the time will ensure additional information about your water quality can be determined and provide a better overall picture of the required treatment process.
Ensuring you have a suitable space to house the required treatment elements is important. FITLEC and our partners can help by providing suitable sheds pre-fitted with a suitable water treatment plant.
Bore Water Treatment Solutions
Here are some of our most common solutions for treating Bore Water at your house.
Find your local FILTEC partner
FILTEC has a Partner Network working across the country in community. Experts in installation with years of experience helping locals with their water needs. Our Partners can recommend install and service FILTEC solutions, as well as supply a wide range of spares and accessories.