ZamZam water level is around 10.6 feet below the surface.
It is the miracle of Allah that
when ZamZam was pumped continuously for more than 24 hours with a pumping rate
of 8,000 liters per second, water level dropped to almost 44 feet below the
, the level immediately elevated again to 13 feet after
11 minutes.
8,000 liters per second means that
8,000 x 60 = 480,000 liters per minute
480,000 liters per minutes means
that 480,000 x 60 = 28.8 Million liters per hour
And 28.8 Million liters per hour
means that 28,800,000 x 24 = 691.2 Million liters per day
So they pumped 690 Millions liters
of ZamZam in 24 hours, but it was re-supplied in 11 minutes only.
There are 2 miracles here,
the first that ZamZam was re-filled
immediately, & the second is
that Allah Holds the extra-ordinarily powerful Aquifer for not throwing extra
ZamZam out of the well, otherwise the world will SINK. It is the translation of
the word ZamZam, which means Stop !!!!!!!!!!!! Stop !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! said by
Hajirah Alaih As Salaam.
زمام Zimam is an Arabic word, it is the rope /
REIN attached to bridle or noseband & it is used / pulled to stop the
running animal.

Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zamzam_Well
The Saudi Geological Survey
has a “Zamzam Studies and Research Centre” which analyses the technical
properties of the well in detail. Water levels were monitored by
hydrograph, which in more recent times has changed to a digital
monitoring system that tracks the water level, electric conductivity,
pH, Eh, and temperature.
All of this information is made continuously available via the Internet. Other
wells throughout the valley have also been established, some with digital
recorders, to monitor the response of the local
aquifer system.[1]
The water level is 3.23 m (10.6 ft)
below the surface. A pumping test at 8,000 litres per second (280 cu ft/s) for
more than a 24 hour period showed a drop in water level from 3.23 m (10.6 ft)
below surface to 12.72 m (41.7 ft) and then to 13.39 m (43.9 ft), after which
the water level stopped receding. When pumping stopped, the water level
recovered to 3.9 m (13 ft) below surface only 11 minutes later. This data shows
that the aquifer feeding the well seems to recharge from rock fractures in
neighbouring mountains around Mecca.[citation needed]
Zamzam water has no colour or smell,
but it has a distinct taste, and its pH is 7.9–8.0, indicating that it is
alkaline to some extent and is similar to
Minerals Mass concentration as reported by researchers at King Saud University.[5]
Sodium 133 mg/L (4.8×10−6 lb/cu in)
Calcium 96 mg/L (3.5×10−6 lb/cu in)
Magnesium 38.88 mg/L (1.405×10−6 lb/cu in)
Potassium 43.3 mg/L (1.56×10−6 lb/cu in)
Bicarbonate 195.4 mg/L (7.06×10−6 lb/cu in)
Chloride 163.3 mg/L (5.90×10−6 lb/cu in)
Fluoride 0.72 mg/L (2.6×10−8 lb/cu in)
Nitrate 124.8 mg/L (4.51×10−6 lb/cu in)
Sulfate 124.0 mg/L (4.48×10−6 lb/cu in)
pH 8
Total dissolve alkalinity 835 mg/L (3.02×10−5 lb/cu in)


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