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 Once the surface water requirements are known and an assessment either by a hydrogeologist, water diviner or an  examination of geological maps has been undertaken the borehole can be drilled according to the information found. Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving in. Drilled wells are typically created using either top-head rotary style, table rotary, or cable tool drilling machines, all of which use drilling stems that are turned to create a cutting action in the formation, hence the term 'drilling'. Once the surface water requirements are known and an assessment either by a hydrogeologist, water diviner or an  examination of geological maps has been undertaken the borehole can be drilled according to the information found. Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving in. Drilled wells are typically created using either top-head rotary style, table rotary, or cable tool drilling machines, all of which use drilling stems that are turned to create a cutting action in the formation, hence the term 'drilling'. nosnvvnOnce the surface water requirements are known and an assessment either by a hydrogeologist, water diviner or an  examination of geological maps has been undertaken the borehole can be drilled according to the information found. Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving in. Drilled wells are typically created using either top-head rotary style, table rotary, or cable tool drilling machines, all of which use drilling stems that are turned to create a cutting action in the formation, hence the term 'drilling'. Once the surface water requirements are known and an assessment either by a hydrogeologist, water diviner or an  examination of geological maps has been undertaken the borehole can be drilled according to the information found. Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving in. Drilled wells are typically created using either top-head rotary style, table rotary, or cable tool drilling machines, all of which use drilling stems that are turned to create a cutting action in the formation, hence the term 'drilling'. Once the surface water requirements are known and an assessment either by a hydrogeologist, water diviner or an  examination of geological maps has been undertaken the borehole can be drilled according to the information found. Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving in. Drilled wells are typically created using either top-head rotary style, table rotary, or cable tool drilling machines, all of which use drilling stems that are turned to create a cutting action in the formation, hence the term 'drilling'.  Once the surface water requirements are known and an assessment either by a hydrogeologist, water diviner or an  examination of geological maps has been undertaken the borehole can be drilled according to the information found. Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving in. Drilled wells are typically created using either top-head rotary style, table rotary, or cable tool drilling machines, all of which use drilling stems that are turned to create a cutting action in the formation, hence the term 'drilling'


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