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This photograph shows you the most
successful borehole drilled recently in the UK.
Bore hole depth Water at 70 and 160 feet Liner to 160 feet Depth of hole 265 feet Pump at 245 feet 3 gallons per minute.
This what I
quoted to the Client by doing a remote map survey from home
using google earth and then went on site to mark out the
location of the water source and then drillers drilled that
location and got the quantity of water I had quoted.
So far in
2018 I have successfully located 30 water locations for drilling
in the UK.
I was first asked to locate a water leak in a
school in Llanidloes over twelve months ago and as you can see from the
reference above dated November 2016 they have now at last located the
water leak in the place where I had marked it out by remote map
surveying and a site visit to firm up my findings. My first task was to
work remotely on a map of the school and the piping system to check and
find where the water flowing, after this I then went on site and spent
several hours checking the area until I was satisfied with the right
spot using following my remote surveying findings as the school was
quite some size as it would have been difficult and time consuming if I
had not done a remote map survey first. As you can see from the
reference the school has now managed to save around £10,000 per year
thanks to the leak being located through map surveying.
This project was interesting because I have never been to the site in Sicily, Italy. This work was done remotely by remote map
surveying. The google earth map shows two lines crossing which are two streams going in different directions. The three blue
markers representing two flow aquas at different levels beneath the ground. The two blue markers to the north are at the crossing
going between the two flows and the blue marker to the south is the one of interest as I had predicted a depth of 35 meters
extending to 37 meters and a small flow rate of one gallon per minute and a pH 6.8. On the large scale map you will see where
the two flows cross run coming from the south moving north you will see a black spot on one of the streams, this is where the
client in the letter above confirmed where they hit the water at 32 meters, and this is the place which I had marked out with
the remote map survey where the water would be and I was only 3 meters out on depth, which is not bad considering I have not
even visited the site. What this does it shows you what can be achieved by remote map surveying. Having said that I always
say to the client that remote map surveying is only a guide and a site visit is always recommended to firm up my findings.
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Peter has won many
awards over the years for his dowsing including the covetted
Roy Talbot award, he is on the professional register of
dowsers for water, natural resources, concealed site features