Geotechnical Drilling Rigs
Dando offer a range of compact, versatile geotechnical rigs capable of performing percussive and rotary drilling in areas of difficult access.
They can be used for a wide range of site investigation methods including window sampling, dynamic probing, SPT, hollow stem auguring, coring and more.
Used in some of the world’s prominent construction and civil engineering projects, Dando’s geotechnical drilling rigs can be seen working in a variety of environments from building basements to railway embankments and areas of restricted space to overwater drilling from a jack up platform.
Drilling Rigs (8)
A compact, easy to maneuver crawler mounted site investigation rig equipped with a range of features for increased efficiency and productivity.
Small, versatile crawler mounted site investigation drilling rig for conducting a range of sampling methods in areas of restricted space and access.
Perfect for rotary drilling in confined spaces of difficult access, this small, incredibly versatile drilling rig can be used for continuous flight & hollow stem augering, coring as well as drilling with tricones, drag bits and DTH hammers.
Boasting a small footprint, the compact yet powerful Multitec 4000 provides incredible versatility and can be used for geotechnical, mineral, water well and GSHP drilling applications.
The Dando Multitec 9000 is a truly multipurpose drilling rig incorporating a pullback capacity of 10,000kg within a lightweight and compact structure. Perfect for water well, mineral exploration, geotechnical and GSHP drilling.
Specially designed for geotechnical investigation, this compact 10,000 kgf capacity rig comes with various mounting options and is capable of a wide range of sampling and testing techniques in remote areas of difficult access.
Using the sonic drilling technique, the SDC375 is a compact, robust drilling rig capable of rapidly collecting samples of up to 8 inches in diameter.
Mounted on tracks, the innovative Dando Ibex slope climbing rig allows dynamic sampling, SPT and rotary drilling to be conducted safely and securely on steep inclines of up to 55 degrees.