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Water Guru does not drill the boreholes, but we do all the hard work that comes after the drilling.
Water Guru highly recommends a Yield Test before constructing a water purification plant. By doing a Yield Test, we will exactly know what we could do for your Borehole Purification Plant. With the results of the Yield Test we can provide the correct filtration system to eliminate all chemicals, and bacteria. Making sure your water is in perfect condition and taste nice is our top priority.
Some of the boreholes have a little problem regarding the quality of the water and other boreholes has quite a big variety of different problems. For example, staining, corrosion, murky unpleasant appearance, harmful bacteria, some even smell bad, etc.
A Water Test will be done in our lab, with the water test results our water specialists finds a solution for the problem that your water contains, by designing a personalized purification plant to meet your borehole water needs. After the Borehole water runs through our purification system it will be suitable for human consumption.

Grey Water Harvesting



Grey water is gently used water from your bathroom sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines. Aside from the obvious benefits of saving water (and money on your water bill), reusing your Grey Water keeps it out of the sewer or septic system, thereby reducing the chance that it will pollute local water bodies. Reusing grey water for irrigation reconnects urban residents and our backyard gardens to the natural water cycle.

Basic Grey Water Guidelines Grey Water is different from fresh water and requires different guidelines for it to be reused.

Don’t store Grey Water (more than 24 hours). If you store Grey Water the nutrients in it will start to break down, creating bad odours.
Minimize contact with Grey Water. Grey Water could potentially contain a pathogen if an infected person’s feces got into the water, so your system should be designed for the water to soak into the ground and not be available for people or animals to drink.
Infiltrate Grey Water into the ground, don’t allow it to pool up or run off (knowing how well water drains into your soil (or the soil percolation rate of your soil) will help with proper design. Pooling Grey Water can provide mosquito breeding grounds, as well as a place for human contact with Grey Water.
Keep your system as simple as possible, avoid pumps, avoid filters that need upkeep. Simple systems last longer, require less maintenance, require less energy and cost less money.
Install a 3-way valve for easy switching between the Grey Water system and the sewer/septic.
Match the amount of Grey Water your plants will receive with their irrigation needs.
An interesting fact about the water usage of a toilet in the house or at your work place:
In a home with older toilets, an average flush uses 13.6 liters, and with ultra-low-flow (ULF) toilets, the average flush volumes of 6 liters. The daily use is 34.4 liters per person per day.  If your Grey Water alone covers your toilet usage, you will be saving lots of water. Let’s stop flushing our drinking water down the toilet.


Off Grid Units




These are off the grid solar powered purification units that we can supply and install to your liking. These units can purify water from boreholes, dams, rivers ext.

Rainwater Harvesting



A technique used for collecting, storing, and using rainwater for landscape irrigation and other uses. The rainwater is collected from various hard surfaces such as rooftops and/or other man made above ground hard surfaces. This ancient practice is growing in popularity due to interest in reducing the consumption of potable water and the inherent qualities of

Rainwater harvesting provides an independent water supply during regional water restrictions and in developed countries is often used to supplement the main supply. It provides water when there is a drought, can help mitigate flooding of low-lying areas, and reduces demand on wells which may enable ground water levels to be sustained. It also helps in the availability of potable water as rainwater is substantially free of salinity and other salts.

System setup
The system should be sized to meet the water demand throughout the dry season since it must be big enough to support daily water consumption. Specifically, the rainfall capturing area such as a building roof must be large enough to maintain adequate flow. The water storage tank size should be large enough to contain the captured water.

Reverse Osmosis


Bacteria in your water.
We design a system for you, to eliminate many kinds of chemicals and bacteria. It’s very important to sterilize your water because these elements are harmful for any form of life.

An example of the use of sterilized water is cleaning the product of babies. For instance, milk bottles, cooling teeth toys, dummies, etc.

Yield Tests

Water Guru highly recommends a Yield Test before constructing a water purification plant.
A Yield Test consists of the following:
Amps Draw
Water Level before Testing
Water Test Litres per Minute
Water Test Litres per Hour
20 min water drop
20 min water recovery
Total volume of borehole pipe
Actual volume of water in the borehole pipe
Borehole recovery rate
We do two types of Yield Tests:
The Yield Test type depends on the amount of water your Borehole supplies.

Spares and Accessories


All spares and accessories for water filters, cartridges and consumables are available from our catalogue https://waterguru.co.za/shop/