Bore completion report rn 28738, dlh-655 werenbun outstation.
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Technical Report WRD93053 Viewed at 20:02:19 on 17/02/2010 Page 11 of 12. WATER RESOURCES DIVISION TEST REPORT - BORE RN. 28738 Bore Location: \O/ERRENBUN. Map: KATHERINE 1:100,000 Sheet 5369. Grid Reference: 924 - 306. Client Purpose AES Katherine. DOMESTIC. RECOMMENDATION. Pumping Rate: 1 L/s. Pump Setting: 25 m. For alternative pumping rates or settings contact General recommendations are on the reverse side. :n all correspondence please quote bore RN: 28738. Water Resources. Sasco House, Darwin NT. BORE DATA. Test Date: Test Rates: Finished depth: 55.7 m. Completion Date: 2/9/93. Standing Water Level: 11.42 m on 6/9/93. Construction details: Test Duration: Interval. Description. 0 6.5 m 203 rom ID steel casing. 0 - 50.0 m 154 mm ID steel casing. 9/9/93. 1.5L/s. 24 hrs. 50 - 52.0 m 154 mm ID stainless steel screens, 0.5 mm apertures. 52 55.7 m 154 mm ID steel sump. Notes: 1. Top of casing as constructed was 0.62 m above ground. 2. All depths are measured from natural ground level. 3. Test rates are not indicative of safe long term pumping rates. WARNING: MINIMUM INTERNAL BORE DIAMETER IS 154 mID. MINIMu~ INTERNAL BORE DIAMETER TO RECO,rnENDED PUMP SETTING IS 154 ~~. COMMENTS. _. The above recommendations are based on a constant rate test at 1.5 Lis for 24 hours and assume hydrological conditions remain constant. 2. Provision to monitor water levels and obtain water samples while pumping should be incorporated when equipping this bore. 3. For solar powered pumps with rates less than 1 Lis, pump setting should remain at 25 m. WATER ANALYSIS. No 93/94/0296. Prepared by: P REES. 13/9/93. Checked by: B Ta~TCHER. 28/9/93.
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