Gleneagles Borehole 1 by Geodivining, 52,000 l/hr

Gleneagles Borehole 1 by Geodivining, 52,000 l/hr
GEODIVINING

Gleneagles Borehole 1 by Geodivining, 52,000 l/hr

Gleneagles Borehole 1, was drilled at the location described in the text with the preceding picture (Gleneagles Map) proving an accurate Geodivining Survey with a target-exceeding yield of 52,000 l/hr for irrigating the Kings and Queens championship golf courses. The water divining work was done as a troubleshooting job referred by Raeburn Drilling & Geotechnical Ltd after £40,000 had spent buying a piece of land and drilling unsuccessfully at crook-o'moss in the bottom of the valley, on another geological consultant's advice, penetrating only deep boulder clay to 60m. In complete contrast the Geodivining Survey identified the best locations in the highest part of the estate some 60m above the valley, penetrating 9-11m of glacial till then Devonian siltstone and sandstone bedrock with a network of deep productive faults and fractures.