Borehole Pumps

Unless you tap into an artesian aquifer, you will need a borehole pump to extract water from your borehole. Borehole pumps are available in a variety of types and sizes, and the right pump for your needs will depend on a number of factors which we will help you with. At Igne we supply, install, repair and maintain borehole pumps.


The benefits of boreholes

Save money: Over time, a private water borehole can save you a significant amount of money on your water bills. This is especially true if you have a large property or a business that uses a lot of water.  The more water you use -> the more money you can save with your own water supply.  We can work with you to detemine savings and when you will be cost neutral and then in profit after an installation.  Call us and we'll crunch your numbers.

Reliability: A private water borehole is a reliable source of water, even during droughts or other water shortages. This is because the water is drawn from a deep aquifer, which is not affected by surface weather conditions.

Water quality: Private water boreholes often provide water of higher quality than mains water. This is because the water is filtered through the aquifer as it travels to the borehole.  We also ensure your water is perfectly safe to drink with our water treatment services.

Independence: With your own water well you are not dependent on the public water supply. This can be beneficial in areas where the water supply is unreliable or where there are frequent water restrictions - or if you want to go off grid and not be reliant on utilities companies.


Types of borehole pumps

There are two main types of borehole pumps: submersible and surface-mounted.

Submersible pumps:

These are installed at the bottom of your borehole, and they are the most common type of borehole pump used in domestic applications.

Submersible pumps are very efficient and can produce a high volume of water.

Surface-mounted pumps:

As the name suggests, surface-mounted pumps are installed on the surface of the ground, and they are typically used for boreholes that are less than 25 feet deep.

Surface-mounted pumps are less efficient than submersible pumps, but they are also less expensive.

We can suppy, install, repair and maintain both.


How Igne can help you choose the right borehole pump

When choosing a borehole pump, there are a number of factors to consider, including:

  • The depth of your borehole: Submersible pumps are required for boreholes that are deeper than 25 feet.
  • The volume of water you need: If you have a large household or garden, you will need a pump that can produce a high volume of water.
  • The type of property you have: If you have a limited amount of space, you may want to consider a surface-mounted pump.

Igne can gather information on your site and its experts can advise you on the type of borehole pump that you will require.


Igne's borehole pump services

Igne is a leading provider and installer of borehole pump services in the UK. We offer a wide range of borehole pumps to suit all needs and budgets, and we can provide expert advice on choosing the right pump for your requirements. We also offer a comprehensive installation and maintenance service, so you can rest assured that your borehole pump is in good hands.

Igne can also install:

  • Inverter drives
  • Pump controls
  • Sediment filters
  • Booster pumps
  • U.V. treatment
  • Tanks
  • Stainless steel pipework

For all your borehole pump needs, contact Igne today.