Rotary drill heads for waterwell and reverse circulation (RC) drilling are used to create deep holes in the ground for water extraction, mineral exploration, and other purposes. They are typically made of hardened steel and are equipped with cutting teeth that rotate to break up the rock and soil.
Rotary Drill Heads Waterwell
Rotary drill heads for waterwell and RC drilling are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to suit different drilling conditions. The size of the drill head is determined by the diameter of the hole to be drilled. The configuration of the drill head depends on the type of rock and soil to be drilled through.
- Diameter: Rotary drill heads are available in a variety of diameters to suit different drilling conditions. The most common diameters for waterwell and RC drilling range from 6 inches to 24 inches.
- Length: Rotary drill heads are typically 3 to 6 feet long.
- Weight: Rotary drill heads can weigh anywhere from a few hundred pounds to several thousand pounds, depending on their size and configuration.
- Material: Rotary drill heads are typically made of hardened steel. Some drill heads also have carbide or diamond cutting inserts.