Directional auger drilling

Auger directional drilling is the solution if precision work is required. Are the margins down to centimetres and does a project require maximum accuracy? Visser & Smit Hanab has extensive knowledge of directional auger drilling.

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Maximum precision

Directional auger drilling is particularly suited to boreholes of a modest scale. To achieve maximum precision, it is mainly pipes with a diameter of 10 to not more than 100 centimetres and boreholes with a maximum length of 100 metres that lend themselves to auger directional drilling. The drilling method can be used both above and below the groundwater level.

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Camera work

Auger directional drilling is carried out by means of pilot pipes with an optical connection, steering head, theodolite with a built-in camera and a monitor. Specialist work that calls for experts. With its own designers, geologists, engineers, drilling experts and equipment specialists and state-of-the-art equipment, Visser & Smit Hanab combines all the necessary knowledge, ability and equipment.

More information

Do you want to know more about directional auger drilling or do you have specific questions about a particular project? Please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be pleased to advise you!

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