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Geoprobe 7822DT rig


April 8, 2011
By Ground Water Canada

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April 8, 2011 – The Geoprobe 7822DT offers a solution to low clearance issues at project sites while being a powerful rig that leaves a small footprint.

April 8, 2011 – The Geoprobe 7822DT offers a solution to low clearance issues at project sites while being a powerful rig that leaves a small footprint.

With a working height of 184 inches, the 7822DT is designed to easily operate inside buildings or under outdoor structures. The 7822DT installs 4 inch monitoring wells using 6.25 inch ID hollow stem augers.

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The rig is a compact machine for use with 3.5 inch tooling for soil and groundwater sampling. The rig also features a new GH64 Hammer with Modular Percussion Power Cell technology and integrated two-speed, bi-directional rotation for turning augers. Thumb-dial controls for the auxiliary hydraulics on the redesigned control panel are meant to help the operator easily regulate flow for mud rotary applications.

With 500 rpm at the spindle, a side-feed swivel can be used at geotechnical sites that require coring bedrock. The rig has 48,000 lb. of pullback, a rear stabilizer with Geoprobe Drop Rack System and Tier 3 compliant diesel engine.

Find out more at www.geoprobe.com.


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