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HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig

Engineering  Drilling Rig

HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is a highly efficient and portable drilling rig that can be used in various geotechnical survey applications. This rig is designed to be mounted on a 2-wheels trailer, making it easy to transport to different drilling sites.
The HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is capable of core sampling
drilling up to 150m in size 3". It has a large torque of 1800N.m and various drilling speeds, which make it suitable for different drilling conditions. The rig can work with multiple drilling tools of different standards, including NQ, HQ, NMLC, HMLC, T2, T6, and T6S.
In addition to its core drilling capabilities, the HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig also has percussion capability, which allows it to use bailer for soil and sands sampling. It can also perform SPT testing. By using the hydraulic ram, the 
drilling rig can use U100 and shelby tubes for undisturbed sampling.
The 2 wheels trailer makes it easy to mobilize the
drilling rig by towing it with a pick-up or other vehicle. In places that are hard to access, such as deep forests, the drilling rig can be dismantled into smaller parts and carried by manpower. It can be reassembled easily on the drilling site.
The HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is a reliable and efficient tool for geotechnical survey applications. Its portability, versatility, and capability to work with different 
drilling tools make it a preferred choice for professionals in the field.

  1. Geotechnical Investigations: The HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is commonly used for geotechnical drilling to assess soil and rock properties. It helps engineers and geologists understand subsurface conditions, soil composition, and stability, which is essential for construction and foundation design.

  2. Environmental Site Assessment: Environmental professionals use this rig for soil and groundwater sampling during  environmental site assessments and remediation projects. It aids in determining the extent of contamination and monitoring environmental conditions.

  3. Water Well Drilling: The Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is suitable for drilling water wells, providing a reliable source of clean and potable water for various purposes, including communities, agriculture, and industries.

  4. Mineral Exploration: In the mining industry, the HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig can be used for shallow to moderate-depth mineral exploration and prospecting. It helps identify and assess mineral deposits and geological formations.

  5. Core Sampling: The Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is equipped for core sampling, allowing researchers and scientists to collect geological core samples for laboratory analysis. This is crucial for studying Earth's crust, climate history, and subsurface characteristics.

  6. Construction and Foundation Work: Construction companies use the rig for tasks such as foundation drilling, pile installation, and site investigation. It ensures the stability and safety of construction projects.

  7. Civil Engineering Projects: The HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is valuable for civil engineering projects that require drilling for infrastructure development, including bridges, tunnels, and dams.

  8. Scientific Research: Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is suitable for scientific research initiatives related to geology, seismology, and ground exploration. The rig can be used in seismic studies and the monitoring of geological phenomena.

  9. Educational and Training: Educational institutions and training centers often use this rig to provide hands-on training to students and professionals in the fields of geology, drilling, and engineering.

  10. Soil Testing: Soil testing laboratories may employ this rig to collect undisturbed soil samples for laboratory analysis and soil classification.

The HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig's versatility, substantial drilling depth, and range of applications make it a versatile tool for professionals and researchers involved in various industries, from construction and mining to environmental science and geotechnical engineering. It offers the power and adaptability needed for demanding drilling tasks.


The HS-150T Diesel Gasoline Engineering Drilling Rig is a robust and powerful drilling machine designed for a wide range of engineering and exploration applications. Below are the specifications and potential applications of the HS-150T:

  1. Key Specifications:

  2. Engine Type: Diesel or Gasoline

  3. Drilling Depth: Up to 150 meters

  4. Drill Pipe Diameter: 42mm

  5. Supporting Power: 5.7kW (single-cylinder water-cooled diesel engine) or equivalent gasoline engine

  6. Drilling Diameter: 73-146mm

  7. Rig Height: Approximately 4.5 meters

  8. Weight: Varies depending on configuration and engine type

  9. Active Drill Pipe: 3 meters (length)

  10. Drilling Machine Size: Dimensions vary based on configuration

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Q: What is a drilling rig in geology?

A drilling rig is an integrated system that drills wells, such as oil or water wells, or holes for piling and other construction purposes, into the earth's subsurface.

Q: What is exploration drilling?

The drilling of boreholes from the surface or from underground workings, to seek and locate coal or mineral deposits and to establish geological structure.

Q: Which type of drilling is used for exploration purpose?

Depending on the purpose and budget of the project, there are several types of drilling methods available, but reverse circulation and diamond are by far the most common for mineral exploration.

Q: What are the two types of drilling rigs?

Therefore, based on these, there are two different types of offshore drilling rigs, Bottom-Supported Units and Floating Units, figure (4). This refers to the rigs that are on contact with the seafloor when they are placed in position.

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