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Drilling

Enviroprobe Services, Inc. offers excellent equipment and experienced personnel for all your drilling, probing, and monitoring needs. For soil and ground water samples Enviroprobe Services, Inc. uses a Dando SDC375 sonic drilling rig, Geoprobes models 7822DT (2 units), 7720DT, 6620DT, 6610DT (2 units), 54LT, 5410 (3 units), 5400 (4 units), 420M/Dolly probe (2 units) and Simco Earthprobe 200s (2 units) with one mounted on a John Deere Pro Gator 4 x 4. The equipment is manned with experienced and trained individuals to provide the maximum production. Enviroprobe also has equipment to install monitoring wells up to 4”. Our services enable our clients to make informed project decisions that positively affect their budget, schedule and project outcomes. The company's principles bring to the organization significant experience relevant to environmental investigations. Our environmental technicians are experienced with handling a wide variety of environmental remediation projects for local and national environmental consulting firms. Enviroprobe's collective experience enables us to operate with an understanding of a consultant's needs with an emphasis on providing fast, efficient and cost effective subsurface investigations and portable laboratory services.

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        Dando SDC375 sonic drilling rig

        • Fastest drilling method for environmental investigations
        • Has a greater depth capability than probes or HSAs
        • Allowing for easy sampling.
        • 80% less waste than conventional drilling equals less waste removal cost.
        • The wide, soft rubber track undercarriage is both all-terrain and difficult access capable.

        Dando SDC375 specifications

        7822DT Geoprobe

        • Mud Rotary
        • Air Rotary
        • Hollow Stem
        • Monitoring Well Installation
        • 78" probe cylinder stroke uses 60" probe rods
        • Equipped with Geoprobe's powerful GH63 hydraulic hammer

        Geoprobe 7822DT specifications

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        7720DT Geoprobe



        • 77 in. (1956 mm) probe cylinder stroke allows use of 60 in. (1,524 mm) probe rods
        • Over 20 ton pulling capacity for today’s larger sampling tools and deeper depths
        • Equipped with the powerful GH62 Hammer
        • Built-in rotary spindle for concrete drilling, augering, and anchoring
        • Equipped with a hydraulic winch for handling augers and tripping dual tube sampling tools

        Geoprobe 7720DT specifications

        6620DT Geoprobe

        • Monitoring well installation
        • 66" probe cylinder stroke uses 60" probe rods
        • 20 ton pulling capacity
        • Equipped with Geoprobe's powerful GH60 hydraulic hammer

        Geoprobe 6620DT specifications

        6610DT Geoprobe

        • Over 20 ton pulling capacity for today's larger sampling tools and deeper depth
        • Equipped with the powerful GH62 Hammer
        • Built-in rotary spindle for concrete drilling, augering, and anchoring
        • Equipped with a hydraulic winch for handling augers and tripping dual tube sampling tools

        Geoprobe 6610DT specifications

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        5410 Geoprobe

        • Versatile for soil and ground water sampling
        • 54" stroke using 48" probe rods
        • 28,900 pound pulling capacity

        Geoprobe 5410 specifications

        54LT Geoprobe

        • Hydraulic lateral swing for easy offset placement of probe
        • Wire remote for easy of maneuverability
        • Geoprobe Limited Access

        Geoprobe 54LT specifications

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        420M Dolly Geoprobe

        • Only 23" wide
        • 125' hose for remote application
        • Great for interior, basement, or tight access spaces
        • Uses 36" Geoprobe rods

        Geoprobe 420M specifications

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        Dingo 5400 Geoprobe

        • Only 36" wide
        • Weighs only 725 pounds
        • Great off-road capabilities
        • 54" stroke using 48" Geoprobe rods

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        Simco EP200/Dingo probe

        • Conventional Flight Augers 0-60 ft 2”- 8” borehole
        • Probing 0-50 ft (using standard probe tooling)
        • Pullback 14,700 lbs
        • Push Down 10,200 lbs

        Our unit has been highly modified from its original configuration with the significant advantage that it can advance hollow-stem augers in very tight spaces.

 

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