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Camera Inspection Use Case: Bacteria in Water

Questions and AnswersCamera Inspection Use Case: Bacteria in Water
Admin Staff asked 10 months ago

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Admin Staff answered 10 months ago

Presence of clear water leaves the impression that there are no problems in the water. During a regular check-up using a borehole camera in Ohio, microbs, bacterial colonies and insects were found. The images generated by the borehole camera were investigated. The bacterial slimes exhibited a variety of colors including translucent white, gray, pink, yellow and orange was found.
The well was located in the middle of a horse pasture, so the nutrient source for the large bacterial colonies is likely the nitrates from the horse manure. Sometimes well water has aquatic insects which are not found in pumped water. It is only with the help of borehole camera that one can observe the insects on the surface of well water.
A peculiar case was also observed using the camera in which some insects like lizards were found in well. The examination of the borehole water is important for checking the quality of water & to check whether it is free of pests.

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