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Horizontal Exploration Sampling Rig
land drilling machine

HSH-1 Horizontal portable sampling rig adalah bor teknik ringan multi guna yang ringan dengan sudut yang dapat disesuaikan secara bebas. Lubang timah bagian yang sudah tertanam, lubang ledakan, lubang inspeksi, sumur air rumah tangga kecil, lubang pembuangan gas, jangkar, dll.
Fitur rig pengeboran: struktur kompak, ukuran kecil, ringan, transmisi dua kecepatan, mudah dipindahkan, dan bebas penyesuaian sudut lubang

PERFORMANCE

The HSH-1 Horizontal Portable Sampling Drilling Rig is designed for a range of drilling applications, and its performance is characterized by several key features:

  1. Versatility: The rig's versatility allows it to perform a variety of drilling tasks, including pre-embedded parts for leading holes, blast holes for construction, inspection holes for examination, drilling small household water wells, creating gas discharge holes, and installing anchors, among others. This versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of projects and drilling needs.

  2. Adjustable Hole Angle: The ability to freely adjust the drilling angle is a valuable feature, as it allows operators to tailor the drilling direction to specific project requirements. This flexibility can be crucial for precise drilling in different scenarios.

  3. Compact and Lightweight: The drilling rig's compact structure, small size, and light weight contribute to its portability and ease of transportation to various job sites. Its mobility is particularly advantageous for fieldwork, especially in remote or challenging locations.

  4. Two-Speed Transmission: The inclusion of a two-speed transmission offers flexibility in drilling operations. Different gear settings enable operators to adjust drilling speed and power according to the specific demands of the project, enhancing efficiency and control.

  5. Ease of Movement: The drilling rig is designed for ease of movement, making it convenient to transport and set up at different locations as needed. This mobility is valuable for projects requiring frequent relocation.

  6. Performance Consistency: The rig is expected to provide consistent drilling performance, ensuring reliable and accurate results across various drilling applications.

  7. Durable Construction: While not explicitly mentioned, the rig's design is likely built for durability to withstand the rigors of drilling operations and ensure a long service life.

  8. Operator-Friendly: The drilling rig's user-friendly design, including the ability to adjust the drilling angle and two-speed transmission, makes it accessible to operators with varying levels of experience.

  9. Environmental Considerations: Depending on the power source and emissions control, the drilling rig may offer reduced environmental impact compared to some other drilling methods, which can be advantageous in environmentally sensitive areas.

  10. Cost Efficiency: Its design may aim to be cost-effective, considering factors like energy efficiency, low maintenance requirements, and reduced labor costs due to ease of use.

  11. Sample Quality: While not explicitly mentioned, the quality of samples collected is fundamental for accurate geological and environmental analysis. The drilling rig's design may contribute to collecting clean and undisturbed samples.

Overall, the HSH-1 Horizontal Portable Sampling Drilling Rig's performance is marked by its adaptability, mobility, and user-friendly features, making it suitable for various drilling tasks across different industries and project types. Specific performance metrics and capabilities may vary based on the exact model and configuration chosen for a given project.

APPLICATION

The HSH-1 Horizontal Portable Sampling Drilling Rig, with its versatile features, can find applications in various industries and projects. Here are some specific applications where this rig can be effectively used:

  1. Construction Industry:

    • Pre-Embedded Parts: The rig can be used to create holes for pre-embedded parts in construction projects, ensuring precise placement of structural elements like anchor bolts or dowels.

  2. Mining and Quarrying:

    • Blast Holes: In the mining and quarrying industry, the rig can assist in drilling blast holes for explosives, facilitating excavation and rock fragmentation.

  3. Geological Exploration:

    • Inspection Holes: Geologists and researchers can utilize the rig to create inspection holes for examining soil and rock layers, allowing for geological assessments and research.

  4. Water Well Drilling:

    • Small Household Water Wells: The rig is suitable for drilling small household water wells, providing a source of clean water for residential use in rural areas.

  5. Environmental Monitoring:

    • Gas Discharge Holes: Environmental consultants may employ the rig to create gas discharge holes as part of environmental monitoring and remediation projects.

  6. Civil Engineering:

    • Anchors: In civil engineering projects, the rig can be used to install anchors for stabilizing structures, such as retaining walls or slopes.

  7. Infrastructure Development:

    • Utility Installations: The rig can create holes for utility installations, including drainage systems, pipelines, and cables.

  8. Agriculture:

    • Irrigation Wells: In agricultural settings, the rig can be used to drill irrigation wells, ensuring a reliable water supply for crops.

  9. Geotechnical Investigations:

    • Subsurface Sampling: Geotechnical engineers can employ the rig for collecting soil samples to assess soil properties and suitability for construction projects.

  10. Exploratory Drilling:

    • Multi-Purpose Exploration: The rig can be used for exploratory drilling in various industries, including mining, oil and gas, and mineral exploration.

  11. Remote or Challenging Locations:

    • Mobility: The rig's compact and lightweight design, combined with its easy maneuverability, makes it suitable for drilling in remote or challenging terrains, such as mountains or forests.

  12. Urban Environments:

    • Limited Space: In urban areas with limited space, the rig's small size and adjustable angle capabilities can be advantageous for drilling near existing structures or in confined spaces.

  13. Infrastructure Repairs:

    • Broken Hole Drilling: When repairing or retrofitting existing infrastructure, the rig can assist in creating holes for repair and reinforcement purposes.

The HSH-1 Horizontal Portable Sampling Drilling Rig's adaptability, ease of use, and adjustable drilling angle make it a valuable tool for professionals across various industries and projects. Its mobility and versatility enable efficient drilling in diverse environments and scenarios. Specific applications should be determined based on project requirements and geological or environmental conditions.

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FAQ

Q: What are modern mineral exploration techniques?

Many new techniques were involved to evolved the Mineral deposit. These are Aerial photographs, satellite imagery, geological maps, geophysical maps, and geochemical maps to delineate areas of interest.

Q: What is the difference between geophysical and geotechnical exploration?

Geotechnical surveys primarily focus on obtaining direct information about soil and rock properties through field and laboratory testing. On the other hand, geophysical surveys focus on indirect measurements of physical properties using various geophysical methods.

Q: Can geophysical method replace drilling?

Geotechnical geophysics is not a substitute for boring or testing, but it is often a very cost-effective and reliable means of imaging the subsurface between and below boreholes and for determining the in situ bulk properties of soil and rock.

Q: What are geophysical tools for mineral exploration?

There a number of geophysical methods that can be used for mineral exploration, including: Magnetometers. Magnetic Susceptibility. Electromagnetics (EM) Induced Polarization. Borehole Logging. Seismic. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

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