What do owners think about their Geoprobe® drill rig? Check out some of the stories below to learn how their rigs helped them achieve success and perhaps discover how a Geoprobe® drill rig could spark the next step in your own environmental, geotechnical, exploration, geothermal, and water well drilling business growth.
Direct push drilling (percussion hammer driven) machines and tools were introduced to the market in 1987. This technology totally changed the way environmental site investigations were done. Today, Geoprobe® continues to add innovative products into other
Out-the-end (OTE) SPT has gained favor with drillers and engineers. The ability to collect continuous soil samples more quickly — pushing the casing versus completing traditional geotechnical drive and wash — has created business advantages for companies
Leaning on the can-do lessons of his Marine training and the small-company culture he cherished during his first drilling job guides building Veteran Drilling into high resolution site characterization resource for California.
Finkler Ambiental uses their Geoprobe® 6712DT in conjunction with Direct Image® MiHPT and OIP systems at a project site that serves as a storage plant for various fuels with more than 300 monitoring wells.
Delivering a protected sampling screen to depth and then "opening" or exposing the screen to the formation, the new SP19 Groundwater Sampler is designed for use with the 1.75 rod system often preferred by high resolution characterization professionals.
With tooling designed for the user while still meeting ASTM standards, geotechnical engineering firm drill crews appreciate the ease and simplicity of two recent tooling innovations - the spring assisted swivel lift cap and the interlocking split spoon.
Increased diversity and ability than a conventional rig, the 3100 series machines decrease time adjusting alignment which means increased time drilling with the power to pull steel out of tight conditions.