We are glad to know that your previous problem was solved.
We hope your problem with this recent borewell has been solved, in case, your problem still persists, we would be more than happy to help you with the solution to your problems.
Milky Colour water from the borewell -
Milky white water, also commonly described as cloudy, hazy, soapy, or foamy, is almost always caused by air in the water. One of the many properties of water is its ability to dissolve gases. Sometimes the air comes out of the water in the form of many tiny bubbles which gives water a milky white appearance. To see if the white color in the water is due to air, fill a clear glass with water and set it on the counter. Observe the glass of water for 2 or 3 minutes. If the white color is due to air, the water will begin to clear at the bottom of the glass first, then gradually to the top. This is a natural phenomenon and is completely normal - the water is safe to use.
This can happen when the weather begins to warm, anytime there is a significant heat wave, or whenever the water has been turned off for repairs. Cold water holds more dissolved air than warm water. In the spring, when the water in the borewell is cold it contains a relatively high level of dissolved air. As the water moves through the pipes in your house, it begins to warm and lose some of its ability to keep the air dissolved. However, because the water is under pressure in the pipes, the air remains in the water. When you relieve the pressure by opening the faucet and filling your glass with water, the air is free to escape from the water, giving it a milky appearance for a few minutes. This same set of circumstances can cause your hot water to be cloudy.
Milky white water can also form after you have had work done on your plumbing. When the water is shut off, air can get in the water main or your pipes. When the water pressure is restored, some of that air dissolves into the water. When you again relieve the pressure by opening the faucet, the air is free to escape from the water, thus giving it a milky white appearance for a few minutes. This phenomenon will usually last from several days to several weeks, depending on many different factors.
If your water is cloudy or milky white in appearance and it does not clear in a glass after five minutes, u may have to check with the other parameters, but, in your case as described by you we do not see any other factor affecting the appearance of water, as we assume that it is not giving any faulty odor or taste.
Low yield of the Borewell -
Water in the Borewell is not available from any River / Lake / reservoir, water coming into the borewell aquifer are all flowing sources which is based on the natural Hydrogeological Cycle of the region, and as such, we get the per hour yield from the borewell. Water aquifers are usually recharged from local sources of percipitation. Confined aquifers, however, frequently receive recharge many miles from the well.
In stream, in the borewell, water is always flowing from up to down i.e. at the lower elevation, by gravity, and it is maintaining its own level in the borewell when the pump is not running.
The low yield of your borewell, after couple of minutes of pumping, is due to the water level in the borewell going down with the pumping.
Borewell itself is a storage tank, where the water from the aquifers is stored
We would like to suggest you to have the automation of borewell in synchronization with your storage tank, so that whenever the water in the borewell comes at the static / stayable level the pump should start automatically & when the level of water in the borewell goes down it must stop the pumping, similarly when, the level in your storage tank is full the the system should go in the stand by mode & whenever the level goes down in your storage tank the Pumping cycle should start.
With the automation of the borewell, you are able to derive the full potential of the borewell, i.e. u can get the per hour yield of the borewell. "When you are sleeping your system is working"
We hope that the above given suggestions shall solve your problem for the trouble free supply of water from the borewell.
May you have any further queries, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Thanking you & wishing you all the very Best for future.