TR80-67 (2022) DATA
Call for Pricing; 80,000 ft-lbs torque, 67 ft hole depth, 102,000 lbs shipping...
TR60-60 (2022) RIKER
Call for Pricing; 65,000 ft-lbs torque, 60 ft hole depth, 78,000 lbs shipping...
TR50-63 (2022) BEAU
Call for Pricing; 50,000 ft-lbs torque, 63 ft hole depth, 61,000 lbs shipping...
LAD250 (2022) CESAR
Call for Pricing; 27,000 ft-lbs torque, 45 ft hole depth, 49,000 lbs shipping...
98,000 ft-lbs torque; 100 ft hole depth (max); 132 in hole diameter (max)
65,000 ft-lbs torque; 80 ft hole depth (max); 108 in hole diameter (max)
50,000 ft-lbs torque; 80 ft hole depth (max); 96 in hole diameter (max)
25,000 ft-lbs torque; 80 ft hole depth (max); 54 in hole diameter (max)
200,000 ft-lbs torque; 100 ft hole depth (max); 168 in hole diameter (max)
150,000 ft-lbs torque; 100 ft hole depth (max); 168 in hole diameter (max)
110,000 ft-lbs torque; 100 ft hole depth (max); 144 in hole diameter (max)
FOUNDATION DRILL RIGS
Foundation drill rigs are the workhorse of many construction operations. There’s a world of difference when you can rely on your drill rig to complete the jobs you need.
So what separates a machine you can rely on day-in and day-out from another piece of equipment that just drills a hole in the ground? Is more horsepower what makes a foundation drill rig great? Is it the torque or its flexibility on the job site?
At Bay Shore Systems, we believe that finding the right foundation drilling rig is a matter of dedication. It’s about understanding the needs of the job and letting experience help drive the best path forward.
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