Refurbished Geoprobe® Heads to Michigan

March 23, 2015 by Savannah Adkins

Taking care of your drilling equipment is paramount to maintaining a successful business in the Geotechnical Drilling industry.

We all know safety is an important aspect of the drilling industry, but to drill safely it requires a great deal of detail which involves proper, well maintained equipment. Maintenance and repair go a long way to ensure your equipment is up to par, and in return allows your company to provide accurate services with confidence. Having quality equipment also gives companies the professional edge to establish and maintain clientele, complete work efficiently and protect the safety of their drillers. All key strengths that lead to success!

Mannik & Smith Group is one company that recognizes the importance of keeping quality well maintained drills in their geotechnical fleet. In fact, they just got their Geoprobe® 6620DT direct push unit serviced by Rig Source in order to keep their company on the path to success. James, a seven year direct push driller, was excited when he picked up this newly refurbished Geoprobe® drill.

 

“I’m anxious to see how smoothly the serviced rig works. First I’m taking the Geoprobe® 6620DT to Michigan for some geotechnical work and then I’ll be heading to Ohio to start another project. ” says James.

Standard Direct Push Drill Refurbishment Includes:
  • General Maintenance: oil change, filter replacements, etc.
  • Repair: hoses, tubing & new control panels
  • Paint: sandblast & paint

If you would like to keep your business on the forefront of success in the geotechnical drilling industry, it’s highly recommended that you don’t let your equipment slip. Be sure to give your drilling equipment the care it needs to excel. After all, high quality equipment directly reflects upon your business by how well you are able to complete your geotechnical jobs and satisfy customers.

For help refurbishing your direct push equipment, give Rig Source a call at 630.365.1649 today!



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