Concentric Overburden Drilling System
The concentric overburden drilling system is widely used to drill in rock formations where ovals and fractures are present
The stable and reliable working performance and less vibration of the drill rig
Concentric system with ring bits, wing and blocks
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Concentric Overburden Drilling System with Blocks
As drilling begins, the blocks slide down through the grooves on the pilot bit, and the ream drives the casing shoes and tubes into the drill hole
After the drilling process is complete in overburden rock formations, raise the drilling tools, allowing the blocks to close through the grooves. Once this is done, the drilling tools can be pulled out from the drill hole
. Next construction tasks can be carried out
Concentric Overburden Drilling System with Wings
. The wings swing out soon after the drilling starts. The ream drives the casing shoes and tubes in the drill hole
. After completing the drilling process in the overburden rock formation, the wings will close as soon as the reverse drilling process begins. This allows the drilling tool to be pulled back from the hole
. Follow the next drilling process
Concentric Overburden Drilling System with Ring Bits
1. When drilling starts, the pilot bit drives the ring bit down to the hole, followed by the casing shoe and casing tube.
2. At the bedrock, start the reverse circulation of tools and pull the pilot bit from the drill hole. Leave the ring bit in the hole.
3. Pour the concrete or do the next construction task.
1. After the drilling starts, the pilot bit drives the ring bit down to the hole, followed by the casing shoe and casing tube.
2. At the bedrock, start the reverse circulation of tools and pull the pilot bit back from the drill hole. Leave the ring bit in the drill hole.
3. Pull the casing tube out with the ring bit and at the same time pour the concrete.
Maxdrill Rock Tools Co., Ltd.