An Assessment of the Concentration of Iron between Galvanised Iron Riser Pipes and Stainless-Steel Riser Pipes in Borehole Water as a Result of Corrosion: A Case Study of Mbala District of the Northern Province of Zambia

Authors : Ryan M. Chola

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 5 - May

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Iron is a problem usually associated with borehole water supplies. Iron can be found in water in two states. Water containing ‘ferrous’ iron usually clear when it comes out of the ground but becomes cloudy or red when it meets air, converting the iron to its ‘ferric’ state. The presence of iron in ground water is usually from natural process and abundant existence (Daughney and Reeves, 2005).

Keywords : Borehole, galvanising, Iron, stainless steel, water


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