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Terex Reedrill R30C Hydra-Trac Rock Drill

The Reedrill R30C's “industry-leading” pattern coverage is more than twice that of its predecessor, the 345C. With the ability to drill three and four holes per set-up before having to tram and reposition, operators can reach drilling deadlines much faster, the company says. More reach is achieved because of a 5-foot boom extension.

December 01, 2008

 

The Reedrill R30C's “industry-leading” pattern coverage is more than twice that of its predecessor, the 345C. With the ability to drill three and four holes per set-up before having to tram and reposition, operators can reach drilling deadlines much faster, the company says. More reach is achieved because of a 5-foot boom extension. Enhancements to the operators' station include armchair joystick controls, hydraulic valves moved further away, improved visibility, pressurized cab and more. SmartDrill drilling system uses anti-jam, anti-plug and anti-plunge features to lengthen drill-string life and increase production. The R30C's 300-horsepower Cat C-9 diesel engine offers better speed, fuel capacity and rated output.

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