Rotary core drilling rig is compact, powerful. Its compact design makes it easy to position and transport, even by helicopter. During helicopter transport, the rig is broken down into six main modules and each module is equipped with lifting points to ensure safe and effective transport. A sturdy and robust design enables continuous operation in remote locations and harsh operating environments. All drilling functions are performed, using the ergonomic and user-friendly control panel which also displays all the drilling parameters necessary to ensure productive drilling. The rig is equipped with the Durahead 2-gear drive rotation unit that provides the necessary torque and rpm speed ranges for coring, with a drilling depth capacity of 800 m when drilling N size holes. Despite its small and compact exterior, even allowing for helicopter transport, provides the torque and RPM necessary for BO–PO size coring, making it the most powerful rig in its class. It just goes on and on without interruption, minimizing service requirements. The rig is designed with safety in mind, minimizing the risk of personal injury during operation.
Drill holes up to 16" (extra spacer required).
1" to 14" bit capacity standard. Spacers available for larger bit sizes.
42" long, precision ground and plated 2-7/8" square column reduces flex for more accurate drilling.
Reinforced base for added rigidity.
Standard control panel includes on/off switch, ammeter and one receptacle for themotor(not needed when using Cardi motors).
Jack screw is standard and provides stability for ceiling bracing.
Precision rack and pinion gear system for smoother operation.
Adjustable and replaceable brass shims inside carriage provide less flex, promote precise head alignment and smooth feed travel.
Roller carriage option.
Rotary core drilling rig used to drill a well&borehole. In onshore operations, the rig includes virtually everything except living quarters. Major components of the rig include the mud tanks, the mud pumps, the derrick or mast, the drawworks, the rotary table or topdrive, the drillstring, the power generation equipment and auxiliary equipment. Offshore, the rig includes the same components as onshore, but not those of the vessel or drilling platform itself. The rig is sometimes referred to as the drilling package, particularly offshore.