wagon drill

wagon drill

[′wag·ən ‚dril]
(mechanical engineering)
A vertically mounted, pneumatic, percussive-type rock drill supported on a three- or four-wheeled wagon.
A wheel-mounted diamond drill machine.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

wagon drill

An assembly for positioning and handling a pneumatic drill; consists of a mast with a carrier for the drill and a wheeled carriage for moving and positioning the unit.
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Workers from Rock Supremacy of Bend scaled the 75-foot-tall cliff and winched a wagon drill to the site, where they drilled seven holes in the rock, inserted more than 20 feet of steel reinforcement bar into each hole, grouted the bar in place, and tensioned the bar to secure the rock.