The Hydraulic Rock Drill - Types and Benefits

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

At WORD Rock Drills, our clients often approach us with questions about how to complete a wide variety of drilling projects. Fortunately, several decades of experience have taught us the best drills and drilling systems for people to use, and our dedication to delivering quality products every single time has helped us establish long-lasting personal relationships with our customers.

Types of Drilling

Typically, at WORD Rock Drills, we sell hydraulic rock drills to clients engaging in the following types of projects:

  • Anchoring
  • Blasting
  • Drilling
  • Mining
  • Roof Bolting

There are a number of different styles of drills available, depending on what your specific needs may be, and hydraulic drills are not always the best option. However, if you know that you require a hydraulic rock drill for your project, consider some of the following brands that we represent.

  • Beretta
  • CGR
  • Dricon
  • Rineer
  • Wolf

Benefits of Hydraulic Drilling

A hydraulic rock drills is useful for several types of projects. They are particularly helpful for clients who need a high-powered, durable product to help them complete surface drilling projects, both under the ground and above. Rock drills have unbelievably strong impact and rotational qualities. The hydraulic power allows for better impact, and the unique design of these types of drills means that they are very light and easy to use, no matter what your level of expertise may be.

Full Percussion Power

Hydraulic drills are manufactured with your safety in mind. Due to the fact that they use a great deal of strength and the hydraulic force is very powerful, we are committed to selling safe, durable products to all of our clients. For this reason, a hydraulic rock drill does not reach its full level of percussive power until the string has been manually engaged. This feature has made these tools highly desirable for people who need to complete more complex, difficult drilling projects. The drills are not too heavy to manage, and they are activated and kept in control by the person using them. Hydraulic rock drills are powerful and versatile drills that make underground and above-ground projects simple. Contact us for more information about purchasing a hydraulic drill.