DRILL RIG SPECIFICATIONS
Numac Drilling Services Australia has a fleet of 12 drilling rigs operating along Australia’s East Coast from our depots in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. With a more diverse fleet of machines than other Australian drilling contractors, Numac provides effective sonic, geotechnical and environmental drilling solutions — even in restricted access areas and competent rock formations — that suit your exact requirements and project budget. To download the spec sheet, click on an image.
Projects that require both sonic drilling and triple tube diamond coring
Dam wall investigations, over-water drilling and landfill drilling
Large diameter soil sampling and well installation.
Continuous soil sampling up to 50mbgl in all formations
Installation of 50mm and 100mm monitoring wells in silts, sand and gravels
Large diameter sampling (up to 200mm) at shallow depths for bulk soil sampling (e.g. archeological and shallow exploration).
Geotechnical drilling on Dams, overwater barges, rail and road works
Efficient Triple tube diamond coring, wash boring and tubex (simcas)
High-efficiency rotary air drilling down to 100mbgl.
Limited access geotechnical, rail and road investigations
Situations which require drilling options with the smallest possible site footprint.
Deep Geotechnical bores
Shallow exploration bores
Extraction well installation
Large diameter rotary air and mud.
Environmental drilling programs that require undisturbed sampling and monitoring well installation
Retail service stations, industrial sites, airports and port facilities
Installation of monitoring wells in sands and silts with hollow augers.
Large diameter water bore drilling up to 350mm diameter
Gas field monitoring bores down to 500mbgl
Efficient drilling for geothermal looping
limited access drill pads, remote drilling locations.
Push tube soil sampling under overhead structures such as car parks
Using HRSC tools where larger Geoprobe® or direct push machines can’t access
Shallow MW installation with solid and hollow augers (>10m) that other rigs can’t access due to mast height or width.