Posted 7.23.2019

3 Types of HDD Locating Systems And The Features You Need On The Job

When it comes to HDD, locating systems are extremely important to any job. However, a lot of drillers don’t actually know how locating systems work — which is probably how they got the nickname “Magic Box.” On top of that, many people are only familiar with walk-over locating systems, like the DigiTrak Falcon F5 from

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Posted 7.5.2019

3 Transmitter Types and When to Use Each

Getting the right transmitter for your job is crucial. After all, it is horizontal directional drilling, so it makes sense that you’d need to know the direction of your drill head once it’s underground. Transmitters send a signal to the receiver above to identify their direction, along with depth and location. While this makes locating

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Posted 6.7.2019

Five Tough Back Reaming Options For Shale

When it comes to sedimentary rock, we all know shale very well. It’s not hard to find since it accounts for nearly 70% of the rock in the Earth’s crust. Shale is made of silt, clay and minerals like quartz, calcite, pyrite and mica. It’s usually found in areas where water is or was present.

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Posted 5.17.2019

How To Keep Your Directional Boring Backreamer In Top Form

A directional boring backreamer is essential to any HDD job. Not only do you need a reamer that will cut the desired diameter, but you also need one that will aid in removing the cuttings from the hole. If you cut a 24″ hole, but half of it is full of the cuttings, you’re going

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Posted 5.16.2019

The Best HDD Drill Blades And Drilling Rig Bits For Digging Through Caliche

If you’re drilling in the Southwest, you most likely know caliche. It’s hard to deal with, dense, and really clingy since it often binds to gravel, silt, sand, and clay. Caliche kind of sounds like a terrible ex that won’t go away. Luckily, we have a few solutions for drilling in caliche that will break

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