SBM series soil surveys
The SBM series was originally developed for the mechanical installation of filters in well dewatering projects in one turn. But these drilling masts are also excellent for soil research. For example, projects involving auger drilling, water glass injection and bomb detection.
The SBM series was originally developed for machine positioning of filters at dewatering projects in one go. But these jetting masts are also excellent for soil surveys, including projects involving auger drilling, water glass injection and bomb detection. This machine series makes manual work a thing of the past This machine series has been continuously developed over the past twenty years to become the multi-purpose jetting mast we now offer in various sizes.
The SBM series includes single jetting masts that can be mounted on an existing excavator, such as the SBM 6.0 GEO, SBM 9.0 GEO and SBM 10.0 GEO, as well as complete drilling rigs including the SBM 50-6 GEO, SBM 100-6 GEO and the 180-10 GEO.
The advantage of complete rigs is that we can equip these with our own hydraulic and control system, making the drilling rig much easier to operate. The 50-6, 100-6 and the 180-10 GEO are also available in a full electric version, so they’re 100% emission free.
See the dewatering section for the specifications of each SBM type.
|Tonnage excavator||8 / 12 tons|
|Stroke Drill mast||9 meters|
|Pull-up force||1,000 daN|
|Pull-down force||500 daN|
|Drill head passage||75 / 100 / 125 mm|
|Drill head torque||300 / 600 daNm|
|Drill head speed||60 / 100 rpm|
|drill lance||9 meters|
|Telescopic lance||COd 101.6/70 x 10000|
|Capture clamp||Open folding|
|Winch||500 kg 30 meter steel wire rope|
|Mast adjustment||2 x 5 degrees|
|Masttranslation||1 / 1.5 meter stroke|
|Valve in water works||3 inch butterfly valve|
|Radiographic drilling functions||Scanreco|
|Radiographic excavator functions||Scanreco|
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