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    Quote Originally Posted by superman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rune
    Thailand have 2 water tables. Ground water and shalow water.
    It's 'ground water & surface water'. I think you having a laugh "rune".
    Sorry mac. I am afraid i know this. Of cause you have surface water, but its normaly no problem if you are'nt blind.

    Ground water you find mostly between 3-6 meter and selden deeper than 20 meter. Shallow water appers from 1 meter deep.

    And as you say surface water you normaly find on the surface

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    Quote Originally Posted by rune
    Ground water you find mostly between 3-6 meter
    Ground water can be found at any depth right up until it breaks through the earth's crust and becomes a spring.

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    Sure superman, but as i say: MOSTLY between 3-6 meters

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    Quote Originally Posted by rune View Post
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    try to choose a location where the water table is much lower than your structure, esp in the rainy season
    Thailand have 2 water tables. Ground water and shalow water.
    Witch water level do you mean. Ground water dont affect so much from rain/dry season.

    there is only one water table level; it is the point at which you get water in your hole after digging down a metre or a few metres. It can vary quite a bit from the dry to wet seasons

    What is a Water Table?

    anyway, if you want to keep your nice cellar as dry as possible, try to avoid wet areas

    simple
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    Ok. I am not going to discus that with you. My girlfriend working in a gold mine and dealing with these things daily.

    Post some picture of the land later today

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    He seems to have the cost and supply of electricity worked out,
    I was trying to point out that he could have the best cheese factory in Thailand, but if the local village generator can not deliver the required amout of electricity...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rune
    Post some picture of the land later today
    Looking forward to it. Any thoughts on construction approaches? Qcon, etc?

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    all sounds a bit cheesey to me...

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    For the the basement I am not sure yet, but for everything over ground its going to be Q-Con 20 or 25 cm.

    I have some picture that i try to upload, but I dont know how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rune
    Post some picture of the land later today
    Must be Chatree that your girlfriend works for.

    I used to live in Taphan Hin
    The area between the rivers is high risk for flooding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rune
    Post some picture of the land later today
    Must be Chatree that your girlfriend works for.

    I used to live in Taphan Hin
    The area between the rivers is high risk for flooding

    Thats correct Thetyim. She works for Akara Minings.
    The property we "have on hand" is beetween Thapan Hin og Thap Khlo

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    Thao Khlo is east of the rivers so not high risk.

    You still need to take local advice though and not from the seller of the land.

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    I have a good friend here. Living here for many years. I'll take with him. My girlfriend have live here for 6 years now and never seen any flooding in that area

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    Finnaly (I think) i manages the pictures. The property are about 1,5 RAI. Messy at the moment



    Marked in red where the building are going to be build



    Its even a small house there

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