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Minnich A-1 Utility Drill Ideal for Concrete Drilling Applications

Small-scale and large-scale utility contractors alike appreciate the lightweight design for easy portability on the job site.

Wed August 19, 2015 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Minnich Manufacturing A-1 Utility Drill is ideal for concrete drilling applications due to a variety of cost-saving features. Small-scale and large-scale utility contractors alike appreciate the lightweight design for easy portability on the job site. These factors, coupled with the versatility to drill both vertically and horizontally make this an essential machine for concrete drilling applications, according to the manufacturer.

“Having the ability to drill horizontally and vertically with one machine is a huge cost-saving feature for contractors,” said Todd Jurjevic, sales and marketing director of Minnich Manufacturing. “These units are also very easy to adjust, which helps save time on site.”

The A-1 utility drill is available in two models — the A-1-24 UTL and the A-1-30 UTL. Both models are powerful and compact, making them the perfect solution for concrete drilling in confined spaces. Special application and pattern kits also are available from Minnich depending on the specific job.

The A-1-24 UTL has an operating weight of 75 lbs. (34 kg), and can reach a drill depth of 7 in. (17.7 cm), with a cutout width of 24 in. (60.9 cm). The A-1-30 UTL features an operating weight of 80 lbs. (36 kg), and can reach a drill depth of 10 in. (25.4 cm) with a cutout width of 30 in. (76.2 cm). Both units require 32 standard cu. ft. per minute (SCFM). Both units in the A-1 UTL line are available with an optional dust collection system to minimize flying debris on the job site.




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