8,000 FT-LBS | 11 kn-m

ROTARY TORQUE (MAX)

25 FT | 8 M

hole depth (max)

36 in | 0.9 m

auger diameter (max)

We asked what the industry was missing, then we created it: compact, quick, and easy to transport.
A value-added drill that opens doors to expand business opportunities.

how expensive is a missed opportunity?

  • Rotary Torque: 8,000 ft-lbs. (11 kN-m)
  • Drilling Depths up to 25 feet (8 meters)
  • Mobilize with a Pick-Up Truck
INDUSTRY CHALLENGES SOLVED BY: CONVENTIONAL DRILL RIGS DANGLE DRILLS DRILL SERGEANT
Accuracy / Verticality / Crowd / Torque
Yes
Yes
Yes
Project Delays & Missed Due Dates
Yes
X
Yes
Skilled Labor Shortage
X
Yes
Yes
Extrtemely Limited Access Job Sites
X
Yes
Yes
Mobilization / Demobilization Time & Expense
X
Yes
Yes
Expense & Complexity of Equipment
X
Yes
Yes
Maintenance & Breakdown Costs
X
Yes
Yes
More Ways to Utilize Existing Equipment
X
Yes
Yes
Equipment Overkill / Underkill to Value of Project
X
X
Yes
Open Doors to Expanded Business Opportunities
X
X
Yes

PROJECTS POSSIBLE WITH DRILL SERGEANT

• Fencing
• Shallow wells
• Guard rails
• Utility poles
• Sign-posts
• Landscaping
• Shoring/shaft work
• Overpass bridges
• Pedestrian bridges
• Soldier pile beams
• Sound wall shafts
• Anchor systems
• Short micro piles
• Short secant piles

• Screw piles/anchors
• Core drilling
• Pole barns
• Light poles
• Flag poles
• Electrical service contractor
• Street lighting
• Pier and beam foundations
• Stabilization foundations
• Vertical culverts
• Solar farm foundations
• Dewatering wells
• Precision work vs dangle drill

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DRILL SERGEANT specs

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE DRILL SERGEANT ATTACHMENT

  • “Typical transport costs can range from $20K-$70K for two loads to transport a mid-size drill rig; $250K for 4–7 trucks to transport a large drill rig.”
  • “I can pick up the skid steer and Drill Sergeant with my truck and car trailer with no additional cost.”

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