BOREHOLE DRILLING in Nairobi

BOREHOLE DRILLING in Nairobi

Our drilling rigs have two truck arrangements, one for rig unit and second to carry the compressor. We also have a drill rig on a 5tonne truck which enables us to access and drill on small spaces which are not accessible to most drilling rigs.

The rig has capacity to drill 6”-8” holes up to a depth of 200mt. We drill holes to last, using high penetration down the hole air hammers. The borehole is drilled to the required depth and water levels within the hole are monitored during the drilling.

waterlink Water Engineers uses air flush drilling method. This uses compressed air to drive the drilling tools attached to a rotary drilling rig. The air enables the drilling residue to be driven out of the hole to enable drilling to continue.

A by-product of air flush water borehole drilling  in Nairobi is that once the water is found it too is driven out of the hole, the driller monitors the flow of water coming from the hole and uses this data to estimate the water level, quantity and re-charge rate of the borehole.

BOREHOLE DRILLING in Nairobi

Our drilling rigs have two truck arrangements, one for rig unit and second to carry the compressor. We also have a drill rig on a 5tonne truck which enables us to access and drill on small spaces which are not accessible to most drilling rigs.

The rig has capacity to drill 6”-8” holes up to a depth of 200mt. We drill holes to last, using high penetration down the hole air hammers. The borehole is drilled to the required depth and water levels within the hole are monitored during the drilling.

waterlink Water Engineers uses air flush drilling method. This uses compressed air to drive the drilling tools attached to a rotary drilling rig. The air enables the drilling residue to be driven out of the hole to enable drilling to continue.

A by-product of air flush water borehole drilling in Nairobi is that once the water is found it too is driven out of the hole, the driller monitors the flow of water coming from the hole and uses this data to estimate the water level, quantity and re-charge rate of the borehole.