JD water well drilling rigs are designed for safety, reliability, and productivity with products to serve all of your drilling needs. We have a complete line of hydraulic top-head drive drilling rigs, designed for water well drilling and other applications requiring air or mud rotary as well as down-the-hole hammer drilling methods. Our drills provide ample power and versatility to reach target drilling depths in all types for soil conditions and rock formations. Additionally, our rigs are highly mobile, capable of reaching the most remote locations.
he optimum range of hole size for blast hole drilling with DTH is 90 mm to 254 mm (3 ½”–10″). Smaller blast holes are generally drilled using top hammer, and larger holes generally use rotary machines. In other applications, like foundation drilling, DTH hammers can be used with single bit in hole sizes up to 914 mm (36″). With multiple hammer units CD (Cluster Drills) drill holes up to 70″ or 1778 mm as standard. Larger cluster drills can be delivered as per customer request.
3.DTH BUTTON BIT
we provides the best DTH Bit to suit most popular DTH Hammers. The bits made are suited for any type of drilling like Water well, Mining, Construction, Blasting & Quarrying.
We manufacture different types of bits for different applications. The range varies from 3″ to 18″ (Diameter) with different face styles like Concave, Convex and Flat.
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
Any oversize head on a standard shank, additional buttons and flush holes can be accommodated as per customer specifications.
DRILLING PIPES – Our standard drill pipes, friction welded, are suited to work as well on the dth hammer as rotary.Drill pipe includes pipe body and tool joints(box and pin) welded together, used to connect drilling rig surface equipment and bottom equipment or bottom hole equipment. Drill pipe can bear heavy internal and external pressure, and twist, bend, and vibration which can be used more than one time during oil or gas production.
Drill pipes are steel tubes fitted with threaded ends called tool joints, which are commonly used in tension in the top part of the drill string to pump fluid and transmit torque to the bit.
Usage: Mine blasting, water well drilling, geothermal wells drilling, fore poling, coal, and nonferrous metal mining projects, etc.
OTHER DRILLING TOOLS