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Atlas Copco Explorac E220RC Drill Rigs

Schramm T685 Drill Rigs | Atlas Copco Explorac E220RC Drill Rigs | Support Trucks | Auxiliary Air Trucks | Project Establishment | Support Vehicles

Rig:Atlas Copco Explorac 220RC (SBD1)Atlas Copco Explorac 220RC (SBD2)
Year of Manufacture:20052006
Prime Mover:MAN 8 x 8Mercedes Benz Actros 8x8
Air Capacity: 1050cfm@450psi1050cfm@450psi
Deck Engine: CAT C-16 (630hp); EURO II Emission StandardsCAT C-16 (630hp); EURO II Emission Standards
Noise Suppression:<85dba@7metres<85dba@7metres
Operator Control: Remote Rig Control System, places driller up to 10m from drill mast Remote Rig Control System, places driller up to 10m from drill mast
Rod Handler:Remote Controlled KL, places operator up to 10m from drill mastRemote Controlled KL, places operator up to 10m from drill mast
Fire Suppression:LOP System (Loss of Pressure)LOP System (Loss of Pressure)
Sample System:Rig mounted cyclone on hydraulic rotational arm with raise/lower functionRig mounted cyclone on hydraulic rotational arm with raise/lower function
Splitter Options:Rotary Cone, Fixed Cone or Riffle Rotary Cone, Fixed Cone or Riffle
Pull Back:50,600lb (23,000kg)50,600lb (23,000kg)
Depth Capability:350m +400m +
Steps & Handrails:Compliant with Australian Standards (AS1657)Compliant with Australian Standards (AS1657)
Isolation/Shut Down:Full lock-out isolation and emergency shutdown systemFull lock-out isolation and emergency shutdown system

 

Rig:Atlas Copco Explorac 220RC (SBD3)Atlas Copco Explorac 220RC (SBD6)
Year of Manufacture:20072008
Prime Mover:Mercedes Benz Actros 8x8Mercedes Benz Actros 8x8
Compressor:Atlas Copco XRX12Atlas Copco XRX12
Air Capacity:1260cfm@365psi or 1050cfm@450psi1260cfm@365psi or 1050cfm@450psi
Deck Engine: CAT C-18 (700hp); EURO III Emission StandardsCAT C-18 (700hp); EURO III Emission Standards
Noise Suppression: <85dba@7metres<85dba@7metres
Operator Control: Remote Rig Control System, places driller up to 10m from drill mast Remote Rig Control System, places driller up to 10m from drill mast
Rod Handler:Remote Controlled KL, places operator up to 10m from drill mastRemote Controlled KL, places operator up to 10m from drill mast
Fire Suppression:LOP System (Loss of Pressure)LOP System (Loss of Pressure)
Sample System:Rig mounted cyclone on hydraulic rotational arm with raise/lower functionRig mounted cyclone on hydraulic rotational arm with raise/lower function
Splitter Options:Rotary Cone, Fixed Cone or Riffle Rotary Cone, Fixed Cone or Riffle
Pull Back:50,600lb (23,000kg)50,600lb (23,000kg)
Depth Capability:400m +400m +
Steps & Handrails:Compliant with Australian Standards (AS1657)Compliant with Australian Standards (AS1657)
Isolation/Shut Down:Full lock-out isolation and emergency shutdown systemFull lock-out isolation and emergency shutdown system

 

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Explorac E220RC Fuel Savings

SBD Drilling RC rigs use up to 30% less fuel than our competitors rigs, when compared to V12 CAT or MTU powered Schramm T685WS or KWL700 RC rigs.
SBD’s Atlas Copco E220RC CAT C-16’s and C-18’s have a manufacturers fuel burn rating of 122lts/hr @ 1800rpm, compared to competitors 159lts/hr @ 1800rpm of the V12 MTU manufactures fuel burn spec, a total difference of approximately 37lts/hr. For deeper drilling, where auxiliary compressors are required, the fuel savings can be up to 30%. Competitors Sullair auxiliary compressors are rated @107lt/hr compared with SBD’s Atlas Copco auxiliary compressors @ 82lts/hr).

This provides clients with an achievable combined fuel saving of approximately 62lts per running hour. The reduced fuel burn of the SBD Drilling RC rigs and ancillary equipment has the potential to drive significant cost savings over the length of a drill program, as shown using a single rig operating example below.

Explorac E220RC Fuel Savings


 

Schramm T685 Drill Rigs | Atlas Copco Explorac E220RC Drill Rigs | Support Trucks | Auxiliary Air Trucks | Project Establishment | Support Vehicles