Clearwater Pumps was established more than a decade ago and specialises in Borehole Installations and Repairs, Rainwater Harvesting and Greywater Harvesting Systems, as well as Municipal Backup Systems.
Over the past few years we have worked closely with other borehole testing companies, Geo Consulting companies, Private home owners, Shopping Centres as well as Lodges and Guest Houses.
Clearwater Pumps offers the installation of Rainwater Harvesting Systems. Rainwater Harvesting Systems are designed around the idea of collecting, storing and distributing rainwater for household purposes such as refilling of pools and ponds, toilet flushing and even drinking water with some extra filtration. Rainwater Harvesting is supported by the Department of Water Affairs. Our preferred tank choice come from JoJo Tanks.
The Municipal Backup system is designed to supply water to homes when the Municipal Water Supply fails. This happens far too often in South Africa and home owners are taking control and installing Municipal Water Backup Systems. We can help by supplying our clients with a backup system. We prefer using JoJo Tanks and as an alternative, Raincells that are in a box shape.
U - PVC BOREHOLE CASING
Clearwater Pumps offers the distribution of U-PVC borehole casing pipes, including well-screens, risers, casings, drop pipes, accessories and fittings, both in plain and slotted designs. They are durable, making them perfect for protecting pumps, and are also remarkably lightweight, which makes installation a breeze.
BOREHOLE YIELD TESTING
Borehole yield testing is essential for ensuring that you borehole continues to supply your property for years to come. It involves testing the balance between the maximum amount of water that can be pumped from a borehole, and how long it takes for water to be drawn from surrounding ground sources. This is done to determine its potential for yields, as well as to determine groundwater resources.
Clearwater Pumps distributes machinery that harnesses water from thin air. The pioneering sustainable water generation machines dehumidify the air by channelling it through a system where it is cooled and condensed. After condensation it is purified by ultraviolet light and filtered 9 times to produce pure, oxygenated water.