Intelligent drills with tube drilling provide straighter, deeper holes
SMYRNA, GA – December 29, 2010 – Sandvik’s GT60 tube drill steel permits today’s larger, high-performance top hammer drilis to drill deeper with greater accurately. Drills like the company’s DP1500i, equipped with the GT60 system, allow operators to drill to 80-foot depths with hole alignment deviation of less that 1 percent.
The DP1500i is an intelligent, hydraulic, self-propelled, crawler-based top hammer drill. Intelligent systems provide information on the condition of the drill and the work performed among other drilling performance factors.
The new GT60 system features a shoulder-drive tube design which delivers added life and hole straightness benefits. GT60 is available in 60, 87 and 96 mm diameter sizes.
Sandvik is a global industrial group with advanced products and world-leading positions in selected areas – tools for metal cutting, equipment and tools for the mining and construction industries, stainless materials, special alloys, metallic and ceramic resistance materials as well as process systems. In 2009, the Group had about 44,000 employees and representation in 130 countries, with annual sales of nearly SEK 72,000 M
Sandvik Mining and Construction is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a leading global supplier of machinery, cemented-carbide tools, service and technical solutions for the excavation and sizing of rock and minerals in the mining and construction industries. Annual sales in 2008 amounted to about SEK 32,600 M, with approximately 14,400 employees.
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