Self-propelled, pneumatic barrier wall drill from Minnich to debut at World of Concrete
Minnich Manufacturing will introduce the brand new Single Gang Barrier Wall Drill at World of Concrete 2024. The brand new instrument is a self-propelled pneumatic drill designed for optimized effectivity and security whereas securing concrete barrier partitions. It could drill a single gap quicker and extra exactly than a number of gang choices.
Minnich says the Single Gang Barrier Wall Drill eliminates time taken to make handbook changes and align a number of drill gap measurements. There is not any must line up drill holes – as an alternative, customers align the drill metal via a pre-molded opening within the barrier wall, penetrate the sub-base, drop within the metal pin anchor, and transfer to the subsequent securing level.
Highway development initiatives and patching that requires concrete barrier wall safety are examples of fine use instances for the Single Gang Barrier Wall Drill.
The unit’s 8.5-foot by 6.5-foot body sits on a 9-foot flatbed trailer for simple transportation. A backhoe or compact excavator can raise the 1,630-pound drill onto a concrete barrier wall
An air-powered motor propels the tools alongside the barrier wall. A tethered handheld distant allows operator management at a secure distance from the machine. Security is enhanced with an non-obligatory mud assortment system that removes mud from the job web site to guard operators.
The Single Gang Barrier Wall Drill reaches a most drill depth of 18 to 36 inches, with a drill metal shank of 1 inch by 4.25 inches and a drill bit diameter of 1 to 2.5 inches. It requires 140 scfm and 120 psi of pneumatic energy.
Minnich additionally affords a three-gang barrier wall drill that enables simultaneous drilling of as much as three pin holes concurrently.