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Doubleview submersible water bore 

If you live in the Doubleview area and are interested in a new submersible water bore call us on 9246 0111.

New submersible water bore in Doubleview
The top of a modern submersible water bore in Doubleview

Water bores and reticulation installation and repairs
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Sumoto bore box for new Doubleview water bore
Bore box for submersible water bore

There are several elevated Perth suburbs require a deep submersible water bore.

One of those suburbs is Doubleview. For this Doubleview customer we drilled to 58 metres through mainly limestone and sand. The water bore is connected to existing reticulation and the electrical connections have already been done. In this case we are consolidating the client’s two existing controllers into one. This is because we have far more flow from the bore.¬† A small rectangular green plastic lid will be place over the hole and it will be covered in grass.

We have installed a 1.5 kw stainless-steel submersible pump which is delivering about 80 litres a minute.

Some other parts of the Perth metropolitan area that require deep submersible water bores are near the water tower in City Beach, the elevated parts of Kardinya and Sinagra near Wanneroo.

Our drilling teams at Virgin Water Bores are very experienced in drilling deep submersible water bores. If you are in an elevated position and would like to save money with a water bore give us a call on 9246 0111 or find more information about deep water bores on our webiste HERE

New submersible motor and pump Doubleview

Customer's submersible pump and 3 phase motor
Customer’s submersible pump and 3 phase motor

A Doubleview customer sent us this picture of his submersible pump and 3 phase motor. He and his electrician had pulled it out of his very old 32 metre submersible bore hole. They had disassembled it and electrically tested the motor.

The motor needed replacing. We attended and replaced the motor and while we were at it a new submersible pump. We replaced all down hole electrical cable which we heat shrunk to the new motor lead. We also replaced his old frayed stainless steel draw-wire but reused the existing 40 mm poly rising mainline that delivers the water. The poly pipe was all good even after several decades of service. At the same time we dosed the bore with 20 litres of chlorine to help kill the iron oxide bacteria that was evident.

Finished off with a new bore box at the bore head, reconnected and all set to go. Most Doubleview water bores are in the 30 to 60 metre deep range as a consequence of Doubleview’s elevation. If you have any questions call our team on 9246 0111.