Rated for 700m (2297 ft) @ 140mm bore (5.5 inch)
Crawler mounted drill unit
Weight: 15000 Kg (33069 lbs)
Dimension: 7302*2200*2900mm (When mast is folded down)
Working air pressure: 1.05-6.45Mpa
Air consumption: 16-96.4 m³/min
Drill stem: Φ89/108/127mm*4500mm (per piece)
Max. Gradability: 15 degree
walking speed: 2.5km/h
Rotary speed: 0-100 rpm
Drill rotation torque: 11000 Nm
Pulldown force: 12000 Kg (26455 lbs)
Pullback force: 60000 Kg (132277 lbs)
Stroke: 4500mm (14.8 ft)
slow lift: 2m/min
slow forward: 0.9m/min
quick lift: 18m/min
quick forward: 37m/min
Hoist capacity: 2500Kg (5511 lbs)
1. Will JIADE customize a drill rig to fit a customer's
In fact, most JIADE drill is the designed according to customer's
requirements, the existing models are established based on years of
market feedback. If the current models can not fit customers'
request, we can develop new one for alternative.
2. Where is JIADE's equipment manufactuered ?
We are proud to say that the main components of our drill rig is
manufactured in our factory with the exception of a few purchased
items. Every day, steel gets delivered to our 40000 square meters
facility and is cut, welded, machined and assembled all under the
3. How much do your rigs cost?
Our water well rigs are economically priced. We offer basic drill
rigs starting at $9,000. Discounts are available for qualified
missionary and humanitarian organizations. Please send an email
inquiry for a complete price list.
4. Where can I get training?
With the purchase of JIADE drill rig we can provide a half or full
day training at our factory.
5. How does it work?
All of our water well rigs work on the mud rotary principal. The
rig is used to rotate the bit and raise or lower the drill pipe
while a separate mud pump is used to circulate drilling mud. The
rig can be either a mechanical type where the rotary is driven by
an engine through a gearbox and the pipe is raised with a hand
winch, or a hydraulic type where both the rotary and draw-works are
powered by a remote power unit. The mud pump pulls the drilling mud
from the suction pit and pumps it through the swivel and drill pipe
to the bit. The mud then travels up the borehole removing the
cuttings and carrying them into the settling pit. In addition, we
offer the option to use a DTH air hammer with some of the rigs.
This requires an air compressor in addition to the drill rig.