mobile drill

mobile drill

[′mō·bəl ′dril]
(mining engineering)
A drill unit mounted on wheels or crawl-type tracks to facilitate moving.
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The Kulluk, in contrast, is a conical-shaped mobile drill vessel that does not have its own power to self propel.
Fixed drilling rigs (max operational load more 201 ton-forces) and mobile drill rigs (max operational load 100-200 ton-forces) were much in demand.
The problems is how to reach prospects in deeper waters of the Inlet, since there are no mobile drill structures available, like a jack-up rig or a drill-ship.
The mobile drill rig has done work for the company off the coast of French Guiana, in South America.
SVL" or the "Company") has been informed by its drill contractor that the mobile drill rig necessary to test the Rosita Extension and the mineralized tuff cap of the El Ocote silver project in Honduras has not yet cleared customs in Guatemala.

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