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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Silver Series drill rod is now available in four sizes: 1.66', 1.9", 2.06" and 2.375" for use on the D7xll through the D24x40 S3 Navigator HDD models, including all current and legacy models in between, vermeer.com
The test device of drilling assisted with water jet was shown in Figure 8; the eddy current displacement sensor was installed on the rod top in order to explore the effect of the bit type and the pressure on the drill rod vibration.
With the connecting swivel broken, crew members pulled the drill rod out to the entrance point and attached a blunt, four-in.
The product line includes drillheads, bolt-on bits, back reamers, drill rods, swivels, pulling eyes and locators.
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.
BORESTORE features more than 1,100 products in all categories of tooling and accessories, including Firestick drill rod, rock tooling, reamers, electronics, geothermal tooling and more.
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.
The new D9x13 is designed to accommodate 300 feet (91.4 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.
The new D9 x 13 is designed to accommodate 300 feet (91.4 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.