hydraulic drill

hydraulic drill

[hī′drȯ·lik ′dril]
(mechanical engineering)
A rotary drill powered by hydrodynamic means and used to make shot-firing holes in coal or rock, or to make a well hole.
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is a century-old Chester County, Pennsylvania manufacturer and global supplier to the hydraulic drill industry, focusing on land based applications.
An Australian-made hydraulic drill has arrived at a mine in Chile where 33 men have been trapped for over three weeks.
SCC has a modern fleet of Atlas Copco and Tamrock electro hydraulic drill rigs with a complete workshop.
To provide a base for work at that height, MD&B employed a work platform -- specifically designed and built for such work -- to support both crew members and a hydraulic drill rig.
On Friday, a huge hydraulic drill pummeled concrete slabs.
is a world class API-Q1 certified manufacturer of mobile, land based hydraulic drill rigs with global reach.
With more than a century of experience, privately-held Schramm is a world-class API-Q1, ISO-9001:2008 certified manufacturer of mobile, land-based hydraulic drill rigs used extensively in the oil & gas, mineral exploration, geothermal and water well sectors in more than 80 countries.
a leading manufacturer and global supplier of mobile hydraulic drill rigs, today announced it was awarded a multi-million dollar contract with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support, America's combat logistics support agency.
a world class manufacturer of mobile, land-based hydraulic drill rigs used extensively in the global energy industry, announced today that industry veteran Bobby Bryan has been appointed to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) based in West Chester, PA.
is a world class API-Q1, ISO-9001:2008 certified manufacturer of mobile, land based hydraulic drill rigs with global reach.
Pele has also mobilized its recently acquired hydraulic drill to test the continuation of certain diamond occurrences at depth.