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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In line of its namesake, the rescue truck is equipped with jackhammers, chainsaws, Jaws of Life, and a mobile drill.
"We now have a mobile drill platform that can be run in winter or summer and drill a 3.5 inch open hole down to 40- to 50-m depths in a single day," Ryan said.
The Kulluk, in contrast, is a conical-shaped mobile drill vessel that does not have its own power to self propel.
Ultimately, by providing a new highly mobile drill the overall cost per foot of drilling would be reduced.
Driltech came to the conclusion that the greatest cost reduction could be achieved from a 9 7/8" to 10 5/8" highly mobile drill with a single pass capability of 55 feet.
Arctic/Brice LLC, as the joint-venture is called, won the contract to build and maintain the estimated 4-mile long, all-season road on the west side of the Nenana River, providing access to the first drill site for semi trucks hauling the mobile drill rig.
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.
Contract award notice: provision of services performed by specialized heavy machinery including - mobile crane services, stalbovoz, mobile drill, excavator, truck crane, automotive lifts and others for the needs of "evn bulgaria electricity distribution company" jsc in position:
Trainees work on to-scale models of the mobile drills that are playing such a crucial role in providing clean water to the people of Ethiopia.
Cubex has introduced three new drill packages to the Constellation Series, a flexible line of mobile drills that use a common mobile platform.