Whether it is a shallow well, deep well or deep rock water well, we have the expertise of drilling all kinds of wells. At Drill-Tech, we are very proud of our care and maintenance of our equipment. We work hard to maintain the equipment and keep it in good, running order, and we spare no expense in this pursuit. Drill-Tech keeps a variety of equipment on standby for support, when needed. There is no job too large or too small that we are not equipped to complete on time and within budget.
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Air rotary drilling is a method used to drill deep boreholes in rock formations. Borehole advancement is achieved by rapid rotation of a drill bit which is mounted at the end of the drill pipe. The drill bit “cuts” the formation into small pieces, called cuttings.
Drilling Mud is used to aid the cuttings out of the borehole. This method has the ability to drill through unconsolidated ground formations and achieve good hole stability. Mud Rotary Strengths: Ability to drill through unconsolidated ground formations.
Exploration drilling is used in the mining industry to probe the contents of known ore deposits and potential sites. By withdrawing a small diameter core of rock from the orebody, geologists can analyze the core by chemical assay and conduct petrologic, structural and mineralogical studies of the rock.
Reverse Circulation drilling, or RC drilling, is a method of drilling which uses dual wall drill rods that consist of an outer drill rod with an inner tube. These hollow inner tubes allow the drill cuttings to be transported back to the surface in a continuous, steady flow.
A core drill is a drill specifically designed to remove a cylinder of material, much like a hole saw. The material left inside the drill bit is referred to as the core. Core drills used in metal are called annular cutters.