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Die Basis des leichten Vermessungsbohrgeräts HS-50A ist bequemer, um Hebezeug, Vorwärts- und Rückwärtsmaschine, Bohrturm und praktische Leistung hinzuzufügen. Weit verbreitet in Eisenbahn-, Wasserstraßen- und anderen Bauprojekten sowie bei geologischen Probenahmen in Berggebieten im Freien, geologischen Kernbohrungen, kleinen Injektionslöchern, Sprenglöchern usw. Bohrer wie Diamant, Verbundscheiben und Legierungen können je nach den verschiedenen Formationen ausgewählt werden.



Vertikale Wellendrehzahl

70-650 (1-3 Dateien)




50-130 (R-Datei)



Unterstützende Kraft

5,7 kW (wassergekühlter Einzylinder-Dieselmotor)


73-146 mm


7,5 kW

Rig Höhe

4,5 m


260 kg

Aktives Bohrrohr



1400 × 680 × 1200 mm


The HS-50A Hydraulic Core Drilling Rig has a wide range of applications across various industries due to its capabilities and versatility. The applications:

  1. Geological Exploration: This drilling rig is frequently used for geological exploration, including soil sampling, rock coring, and the collection of geological data. It helps geologists and researchers understand the composition of subsurface materials.

  2. Mineral Exploration: In the mining industry, the rig is utilized to locate and extract valuable minerals. It can drill deep holes to assess mineral deposits, allowing mining companies to make informed decisions about resource extraction.

  3. Geotechnical Investigations: Engineers and geotechnical experts use this rig to conduct investigations related to soil stability, foundation design, and construction projects. It helps assess soil properties and ground conditions.

  4. Environmental Sampling: Environmental professionals use the drilling rig to collect soil and groundwater samples for environmental assessments, site remediation, and contamination studies. It aids in evaluating the impact of pollutants and contaminants.

  5. Water Well Drilling: The HS-50A Core Drilling Rig can be employed to drill water wells, providing access to clean and potable water sources for communities, agriculture, and industrial purposes.

  6. Construction and Civil Engineering: Construction companies may use the rig for tasks such as foundation drilling, pile installation, and infrastructure development, where knowledge of subsurface conditions is crucial.

  7. Scientific Research: It is valuable in scientific research projects that require deep drilling and core sampling, including studies of Earth's crust, seismic activity, and climate history.

  8. Natural Resource Management: Government agencies and organizations involved in natural resource management use this rig for resource evaluation, monitoring, and conservation efforts.

  9. Oil and Gas Exploration: While not suitable for deep oil and gas exploration, the rig can be used for shallow drilling tasks related to oil and gas surveys.

  10. Educational and Training: Educational institutions and training centers use this rig to teach students and professionals about drilling techniques, geology, and fieldwork.

The HS-50A Hydraulic Core Drilling Rig's ability to drill to depths of up to 50 meters and accommodate various drill bit sizes makes it an adaptable tool for a wide range of applications. Its portability and ease of use also contribute to its popularity in fieldwork and exploration projects.

  1. Vertical Shaft Speed: The rig offers variable vertical shaft speeds ranging from 70 to 650 rotations per minute (1-3 files). This flexibility allows for adapting to different drilling conditions.

  2. Drilling Depth: The rig has a drilling depth capacity of up to 50 meters, making it suitable for various geological exploration and drilling projects.

  3. Reverse Speed: It provides reverse drilling capabilities with a reverse speed range of 50-130 rotations per minute (R file). This feature is useful for removing the drill bit or extracting the core samples.

  4. Drill Pipe Diameter: The rig is designed to work with drill pipes with a diameter of 42mm, ensuring compatibility with standard drilling accessories.

  5. Supporting Power: The HS-50A is equipped with a 5.7kW (kilowatt) single-cylinder water-cooled diesel engine, providing reliable power for drilling operations.

  6. Drilling Diameter: It offers the capability to drill holes with diameters ranging from 73mm to 146mm, allowing flexibility in core sample size.

  7. Power: The rig's power output is 7.5kW, ensuring efficient and consistent drilling performance.

  8. Rig Height: The drilling rig stands at a height of 4.5 meters, providing a suitable working height for drilling operations.

  9. Weight: The drilling rig has a weight of 260kg, making it relatively portable and easy to transport to different drilling sites.

  10. Active Drill Pipe: The rig comes with a 3-meter active drill pipe, which is a crucial component for drilling and extracting core samples.

Drilling Machine Size: The overall dimensions of the drilling machine are 1400mm in length, 680mm in width, and 1200mm in height, ensuring compactness and ease of maneuverability.

These specifications highlight the HS-50A's versatility and suitability for a range of drilling applications, including geological exploration, mining, geotechnical investigations, and water well drilling. Its variable speed settings, drilling depth capacity, and compatibility with different drill bit sizes make it a valuable tool for professionals in the field.

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Q: What are the different types of drilling rigs?

There are two main types of drilling rigs: autonomous crawlers and truck or trailer-mounted.

Q: What is the first step of process of drilling?

Measure the location of the hole. If possible, mark exactly where the hole needs to be drilled. Choose the drill size appropriate to the material being drilled and the tool being used.

Q: What are drilling methods?

Percussion or Cable Drilling. Rotary Drilling. Dual-Wall Reverse-Circulation Drilling. Electro-Drilling.

Q: What is the difference between drilling and mining?

Drilling is a cutting process that uses a drill bit to cut a hole of circular cross-section in solid materials or ground. Open Cast Mining is the process under which minerals are mined near the earth's surface. Shaft mining is the process where miners dig straight down until they reach their desired depth.

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