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SonicSampDrill Indonesia

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Royal Eijkelkamp

on 13 April 2017

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Transcript of SonicSampDrill Indonesia

High-speed eccentric counter rotating rollers
High-frequency low-amplitude
Resonance occurs
Vibration amplitude less then:
10 mm
Liquefaction or fluidization of alluvial soils
Particles loose contact and react like mud fluid
What does sonic do?
Formation material must be broken
Rock layers need simultaneous rotation
Drilling of harder layers a bit with tungsten carbid is needed plus medium (water/air) to create velocity
Principles and history
1913 George Constantinesco
1930 Dr. Ion Basgan applied technique
1940-50 Oil industry
1958 Albert Bodine developed
1992 Eijkelkamp
Sonic applications
Geotechnical testing
SmallRotoSonic (SRS)
Equipment / Capacities
Typical depth 30-50m
Sonic force 10 ton
Torque 2.0kNm
CompactRotoSonic (CRS)
MidRotoSonic (MRS)
LargeRotoSonic (LRS)
Sonic Duo
Sonic Blasthole Drilling
Sonic Blasthole Drilling
Unique Buying Reasons
2-3 x faster
Drills every type of geology
Small footprint blast hole drill
11 meter pass
Total weight only 21 T
Lower cost per meter
Single Wall Core Barrel
Dual Wall CoreBarrel
Sonic sampling/casing through problematic ground
Continue with wire line coring
Multifunctional machine will provide better ROI
Soil sampling / coring
Seismic exploration
Dewatering drilling
Geo-construction drilling
Installation drilling
Water well drilling
Bomb detection drilling
Mixed formations
Harder materials
Superior sample recovery
Mineral sampling for Bauxite(SU)
Mineral sampling for cement (GER)
Construction debris(NL)
Front discharge
Side discharge
Sampling through boulders
Standard penetration testing
Boreholes are cleaned and cased before SPT test begins
Can use Auto Drop Hammer or more traditional style trip hammer
Can be combined with splitspoon, shelby or ackerman samplers
Also in combination with sonic CPT
(Eliminates complete CPT rig on site)
ORCA Down the hole CPT
Typical depth 50-75m
Sonic force 15 ton
Torque 3.5kNm
Typical depth 75-150m
Sonic force 23 ton
Torque 6.4kNm
Typical depth 150-300m
Sonic force 23 ton
Torque 6.4kNm
Saturated layer: Aquifer sampling(NL)
Unsaturated layer: Mineral sampling for nickel(ID)
Archeological sampling(NL)
Mineral sand sampling(RU)
AquaLock Soil Sampling
Continues sampling
Discrete sampling
With or without casing
Soil Sampling
SingleWall Core Barrel
DualWall Core Barrel
Sonic applications
SonicSampDrill HQ
Uitmaat 8 6987 ER
The Netherlands, Giesbeek
+31 313 880201


AquaLock video
CoreBarrel video
Conventional static CPT test
One machine to do multiple geotechnical jobs; save on mobilization and better ROI

Sonic drill rig can also be used for CPTu cone, EC cone, seismic cone, magnetic cone and video cones

Simple plug and play system including cone, rods, cables, logging box, depth registration and software.
Conventional CPT acc. ISO / ASTM standards when statically pushed.

Go through clay and gravel layers that bring refusal to conventional CPT tests with static pushing

Get indicating values from layers that have been pushed with sonic vibrations

Easily set a casing

Eijkelkamp SonicSampDrill
& PT. Servita Beningdo
Exclusive distributors for all Fraste drilling rigs in Indonesia
Drilling rigs for:
Diamond coring
Water wells
Geothermal wells
De-watering wells
CMB wells
Geotechnical investigation
Groundwater monitoring
Monitoring & Remote Data Management of your
(ground) water quantity & quality parameters
Acquisition & Transport
Validation & Visualisation
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