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Lifewater Drill Manual
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Lifewater Drill Manual Table of Contents:


Page #
Section Title
# Pages
1
Manual Title Page
2
3
Table of Contents
2
5
List of Figures
1
6
List of Tables
1
7
1.0 Steps to Construct a Well
1
8
2.0 Deciding Where to Drill
9
17
3.0 How to Drill with the LS-100
15
32
4.0 Choosing the right Drill Bits
2
34
5.0 Mixing and Using Drill Mud
4
38
6.0 Deciding When to Stop Drilling
2
40
7.0 Well Casing and Screen
8
48
8.0 Gravel Filter Pack
2
50
9.0 Sanitary Grout Seal
3
53
10.0 Well Development
7
60
11.0 Safety Issues on the Job
2
62
12.0 Handpump Pad Construction
3
65
13.0 Bush Pump Overview
3
68
14.0 Bush Pump Installation Guide
6
74
15.0 Well Disinfection
5
79
16.0 Water Quality Testing
5
84
17.0 Handpump Maintenance
3
87
18.0 Well Construction Report
2


Appendicies:

Page #
Section Title
# Pages
89
A) Glossary of Handpump/Drilling Terms
10
99
B) Useful Conversion Tables
3
102
C) Finding Underground Water
9
111
D) Well Siting Exercise
2
113
E) Well Chlorination Exercise
1
114
F) Lifewater Canada Water Well Record
3
117
G) Solving Well Drilling Problems
10
127
H) Assessing Natural Clays for use in Drill Mud
5
132
I) Methods for Grouting Casing
4
136
J) Tips for working with Concrete
4
140
K) How to make a Bush pump
5
145
L) Making Cup-Leathers
4
149
M) Iron, Manganese and Turbidity Treatment
3
153
N) Introduction to the LS-100 Mud Rotary Drill Rig
2
155
O) LS-100 Part List
2
159
P) Assembling the LS-100
2
161
Q) LS-100 Maintenance
3
164
R) Community Water Supply Agreement
2
166
S) Pricing and Other Business Issues
3
169
T) Making Safe Drinking Water
1
170
U) Lifewater Packing List
4
174
References
3

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