drill capacity

drill capacity

[′dril kə‚pas·əd·ē]
(mechanical engineering)
The length of drill rod of specified size that the hoist on a diamond or rotary drill can lift or that the brake can hold on a single line.
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He said the autonomous PV271s were 16% faster per hole, had 20% additional utilization and one-third extra drill capacity.
The rig will enable the company to double its drill capacity to more than 12,000 metres per season, swiftly advancing the project to a production design appropriate for the treatment of the nickel copper sulphide ores.
The REVO 502 is a powerful and portable performer at a competitive price with Cutting capacity of 12mm to 50mm with cutters and twist drill capacity of 13mm.
Yet production capacity is difficult to measure, because it depends on laser drill capacity, plating and etching capacity, and multilayer press capacity, among other important production steps.
"Our added drill capacity has allowed us to get more jobs and provide completely packaged goods.
You can also rent larger masonry-drilling tools, with heavier motors, and a drill capacity of up to 1-1/2 in.
The new KDM 712 drilling machine from KALTENBACH LTD is designed to produce structural beams, channel and box sections, and columns up to 40 mm drill capacity and as fast as a multi-spindle machine.