The Redbore 40 is a small and compact drill designed primarily for production slot programs. The drill can be configured for downreaming at 28 1/2″ (724 mm), eliminating the need for bottom-hole access. Nominally, the machine is capable of reaming 60″ (1.52 m) diameter holes, up to 500’ (152 m) in length.
Designed and engineered in 1987, the Redbore 40 has enjoyed nearly 30 years of continual improvements derived from field experience. The machine’s simple and straightforward hydraulics make it an ideal candidate, delivering value, where uptime and productivity are important.
|Extended Height||140″ (3.55 m)|
|Footprint Width||56″ (1.42 m)|
|Footprint Depth||51″ (1.29 m)|
|Weight||11,556 lbs (5,253 kg)|
|Maximum Upream Force||230,000 lbs (1,023 kN)|
|Maximum Conventional Ream Force||230,000 lbs (1,023 kN)|
|Maximum Downream Force||168,000 lbs (747 kN)|
|Reaming Torque||38,000 ft-lbs (51.52 kN.m)|
*Values calculated at 90% efficiency Hydraulically operated upper rod wrench. Note: Drill specifications including thrust, torque, weights and dimensions are approximate and may vary from those provided.
|Pilot Hole Diameter||9″ (228.6 mm)|
|Drill Pipe Diameter||8″ (203.2 mm)|
|Hole Diameter Downream||28 1/2″ (724 mm)|
|Hole Diameter Upream||42″ (1.06 m)|
|Hole Diameter Conventional||60″ (1.52 m)|
|Raise Length||500′ (152 m)|
|Raise Angle||45 – 90 degrees|
Hydraulically operated upper rod wrench.
Note: Drill specifications including thrust, torque, weights and dimensions are approximate and may vary from those provided.