core drill


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Noun1.core drill - a drill that removes a cylindrical core from the drill hole
core bit - a hollow drilling bit that is the cutting part of a core drill; allows core samples to be taken
drill - a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
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Goldplay Exploration Ltd (TSXV:GPLY) (OTCQB: GLYXF) CEO Marcio Fonseca tells Proactive Investors the gold exploration company has drilled a high-grade gold intersection from its first core drill hole at its San Marcial Project in Mexico.
Under the company's phase I core drill programme, the exploration will include six drill holes in the Santos and La Reina targets totaling an estimated 1,500 metres.
(AIM: AMC) has purchased and taken delivery of a new Boart Longyear LF-90 diamond core drill rig, the company said.
Keyholing (or coring) is a process where a crew utilizes a vacuum excavator in combination with a core drill. The drill has a circular saw--anywhere from 6 to 12 inches in diameter --and is powered by the vacuum excavator's hydraulic pump.
The report highlights the current development of global and China core drill industry, and underlines four foreign enterprises including Atlas Copco, Sandvik, Boart Longyear, Koken, as well as 13 Chinese counterparts including Cortech Drilling Equipment, Lianyungang Huanghai Machinery and Hengyang Zhongdi Equipment Prospecting Engineering Machinery.
plans to diamond core drill Snettisham magnetite iron ore deposit(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Assay results for all 34 core drill holes totaling 11,702 m (Inma 135-168) are summarized in Appendix 1 and shown on the long section in Appendix 2.
The Coremaster 10-Minute Manholer has a 35-hp, hydraulic power pack that powers a 50-in.-diameter core drill. The cutting edge of the drill bit is comprised of replaceable metal-matrix segments that contain high-performance MBS [TM] manufactured diamond from GE Superabrasives.
Keyhole technology involves a rotary cutting unit, or core drill, that safely and accurately cores an 18-inch or larger diameter hole through asphalt, asphalt-concrete and reinforced concrete road systems, and sidewalks to enable crews to vacuum excavate and view subsurface activity or to repair underground plant from the road surface using long-handled tools.
The LF 140 is a compact, powerful, diamond core drill, featuring a gear driven hollow spindle PQ drill head and chuck.
The Wallis Drilling program will commence with two rigs, a KL900 truck mounted multi-purpose RC & diamond core drill rig and a Wallis/Alton diamond drill rig mounted to a steel tracked carrier.
The core drill assembly is based on the field-proven Minicor model and is fitted with the unique Traversacor core-zone extension system (patent pending) that, when deployed, allows the core drill to extend up to 46 inches out from the end of the deck and travel six-feet side-to-side from the curb to more than three-quarters of the way across the width of the truck.