Drilling at the top of PA
Seen here is rig 617 drilling a residential well at the highest point in Pennsylvania. (Mt Davis 3,213’)
Air rotary in limited access!
Wells & Water Systems
The crew is using a Geoprobe 7822DT to construct a water supply well in an environmentally sensitive area with limited access. After advancing augers through the overburden and installing casing, percussion air rotary drilling was used to advance the hole to a total depth of 182 feet.
Commercial geothermal site
This geothermal job site is actually additional loops for a building expansion project. There are 3 areas of work happening at once including drilling on the upper section, back filling and finishing the loop field in the middle section and preparation to drill in the lower section.
No longer just a soils rig!
7822DT machine running down hole hammer for installation of 2" PVC monitoring wells. This was a small downtown site with barely enough room for the Geoprobe. The work scope required collection of soil samples as well as installation of numerous monitoring wells. The entire job was completed with one machine in one mobilization with the 7822DT Geoprobe.