All Terrain Drill

All Terrain drill 6×6 on tracks with UTV support unit 4×4 on tracks and heated water trailer

Services

  • Seismic Drilling
  • Plugging Flowing Holes
  • Muskeg Probing
  • Soil Sampling

Uses for the All Terrain Track Drill

  • Narrow lines (1.75 meters)
  • Hilly Terrain
  • Deep Snow
  • Soft Ground Conditions
  • Heli portable
  • Able to drill up to 18 meters deep

A separate 37hp engine powers the hydraulics.

Both the All Terrain Track drill and UTV unit have 3500 pound winches attached to the front to handle steep hills.

The UTV support unit has two type 10 aluminum magazines attached to the rear box (which is in compliance with federal regulations). The drill stem holder is mounted on the front of the unit.  The water trailer is hooked up to the UTV. We have a Proheat system and water pump attached to the front of trailer which also rides on tracks.

All Terrain Track drill specification

  • 2012 Polaris Sportsman 800 6×6
  • Rubber track system for 6×6
  • 37hp, two cylinder gas engine to drive hydraulic drill
  • First aid kit, two fire extinguisher, spill kit
  • Total weight sits around 2500lbs
  • Less than 1.2 lbs per square inch of ground pressure
  • Heli-portable setup
  • Certified Roll Over Protection – ROP – mounted with five point safety harness

Support unit with water trailer

  • 2012 Polaris Ranger 800 4×4
  • Rubber track system for 4×4
  • Two type 10 mags
  • Hydraulic water pump

Accessories

  • 10 x 5 foot drill stem, 3inch diameter for seismic drilling
  • 4 x 5 foot reverse drill stem for plugging flowing holes
  • 4 x 5 foot drill stem, 4 inch diameter for muskeg probing
  • 3 x 1.5 inch split spoons for soil samples
  • Gooseneck trailer
  • F-550 pickup truck


Pre Modification 2008 – 2014

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2015 After Modifications

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