When faced with drilling thousands of concrete dowel holes, the last thing a project needs is a delay due to drill issues. Follow these tips to stay on top of budgets and timelines.
1. Choose Right the First Time
There are two different types of concrete dowel drills: those that operate with a roller bearing feed system and those that use a nylon pad system.
E-Z Drill offers a line of multi-gang slab-rider drills for accurate concrete drilling from an easily maneuverable machine. The series consists of three self-propelled models: the three-gang 210-3 SRA, four-gang 210-4 SRA and five-gang 210-5 SRA.
The compact frame design allows each drill to operate in a 4-ft.
E-Z Drill, a manufacturer of concrete drilling and doweling equipment, has added Mid Country Machinery to its dealer network. In addition to Mid Country's Fort Dodge, Waterloo and Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, locations, customers also can purchase and rent E-Z Drill equipment from the dealer's Brewerton, N.Y., facility.
Concrete drilling projects can cover one mile to a hundred, and a few holes to thousands. But before choosing a drill based on the clear facts, you'll need to hammer into the details, which could reveal that bigger isn't always better, less could be more and working smarter not harder goes a long way.
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E-Z Drill's Model 210 equipment-mounted concrete drill attachments from E-Z Drill offer specially designed features for maximum productivity and low maintenance. The pneumatic attachments are ideal for full-depth road repair and patching projects.
Known for its lines of concrete drilling and doweling equipment, E-Z Drill offers a vertical drill tailored to gas utility companies. The Model 20 UTL saves valuable time and money by allowing companies to pinpoint the site of a gas leak without tearing out a significant stretch of roadway, according to the manufacturer.
E-Z Drill’s Model 210 equipment-mounted concrete drill attachment series consists of three models: the three-gang Model 210-3 EQ MT, four-gang Model 210-4 EQ MT and five-gang Model 210-5 EQ MT, and is compatible with most model of backhoes and excavators.
E-Z Drill’s Model 210 equipment-mounted concrete drill attachment series consists of three models: the three-gang Model 210-3 EQ MT, four-gang Model 210-4 EQ MT and five-gang Model 210-5 EQ MT. The series is compatible with most models of backhoes and excavators.
E-Z Drill’s model 210B-2 on-grade drills will be highlighted at booth 61330 at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014. Part of the 210B Series of on-grade concrete drills, the model 210B-2 joins the model 210B as an easy-to-position unit that drills to a standard 18-in.
E-Z Drill’s model 210 equipment-mounted concrete drill attachment series consists of three models: the three-gang model 210-3 EQ MT, four-gang model 210-4 EQ MT and five-gang model 210-5 EQ MT, and is compatible with most model of backhoes and excavators.