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Stop iron oxide bore stains in their tracks. StainStoppers are now in stock and ready for the new season. Contact us for a quote on supply and install. Fully guaranteed !!

We specialise in iron bacteria (IRB) as well as offering the leading range of solutions for sulphides, manganese, calcium and gypsum for the mining industry. For permanent effective bore stain prevention please navigate to the StainStopper section.  

Our Products

Aquatek Liquid Plus
Use in any StainStopper or no stain stopper device for premium stain prevention, available in 5 lt bottles and safe for the garden and pets… Learn More
Liquid Enhancer
Ideal  ongoing treatment for severe iron bacteria control, typically you dose 100ml every week down the bore……. . Learn More
Ultra C Pro
A highly powerful concentrated cleaner for iron oxide and iron bacteria fouling in wells, bores, pipes and pumps… Learn More
Our all-purpose NON DG cleaning treatment specially formulated for water supply systems in the mining industry where safety is paramount… Learn More
StainStopper Series III
Stop bore stain in its tracks with the new StainStopper Maxi and Residential, no more ugly walls and paths stained bright red…… Learn More
Our high powered general all-purpose cleaning treatment that completely removes deposits also called IKL PRO in the USA…. Learn More

Well Rehabilation

Case Studies

Case Study

The isle of Wight Council look after the Castlehaven Coastal Protection scheme in the Niton area of the island. They were having trouble with the ground water contamination, possibly from the septic tanks, which was causing iron related bacteria to grow in the ground stabilisation dewatering wells.

Heat Exchangers servicing the EDF Building at Le Defence were found to be clogged with iron oxide residues, affecting the water flow rate and pump efficiency. The system comprises two injection wells, 300mm in diameter and 26m in depth, with two similar extraction wells, filtration and heat exchangers.

Iron oxide residues in groundwater are becoming an increasing problem, estimated to affect about 40% of the world’s water bores, and anecdotal evidence indicates that this number is steadily increasing.