drill rod


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drill rod

[′dril ‚räd]
(engineering)
The long rod that drives the drill bit in drilling boreholes.
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Once the pilot bore is completed, a reamer/backreamer is attached to the drill rod and pulled back, enlarging the bore wall to accommodate the pipe that is pulled into place.
A minimum of one complete length of drill rod (10 feet for smaller rigs and 30 feet for larger rigs) should be utilized before leveling out to the appropriate depth.
Financial aid - in the form of incentive term loans of $550,000 each from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation and FedNor - will enable the international mining equipment manufacture to increase its production of drill rods.
875-inch diameter Firestick drill rods to minimize the operational footprint or maximize onboard drill rod carrying capacity by selecting 15-foot rod lengths at 2.
The operator inserts a new drill rod into the rod lift, which transfers it down into the manhole and positions it in the drilling machine.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of Hexagonal Drill Rod for Talcher Area,MCL.
4 m) of drill rod, which allows for the completion of long distance bores and the two-speed rotational gearbox helps enhance controllability, allowing the operator to increase backreaming speed when conditions allow.
And since the drill rod is on the same centerline as the rack and pinions, there is less stress on drill rods, the carriage and other components.
5M Length With Resin Capsule By Hexagonal Drill Rod For Supporting Roof In Underground Galleries At P-20 Panel In Seam-Ivb Of Jhilimili Mine.
Pre-planning for the volumes of mud needed for back reaming is a must to match proper mix tank or recycling unit sizes that will keep the drill rod turning.
The pipe vice quickly connects lengths of drill rod.