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Minnich Machine-Mounted Dowel Pin Drills Now Available

Primarily used for full-depth repair, or “patchwork,” Minnich Manufacturing offers excavator/backhoe/skid steer-mounted units that are ideal for horizontal patchwork jobs with a relatively long dista

Fri April 11, 2014 - National Edition
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Minnich’s pneumatic machine-mounted drills are powered by a compressor, mounted to the counter-weight of the carrier or in the bucket of a backhoe, offering a self-contained solution for patchwork jobs.
Minnich’s pneumatic machine-mounted drills are powered by a compressor, mounted to the counter-weight of the carrier or in the bucket of a backhoe, offering a self-contained solution for patchwork jobs.

Minnich Manufacturing’s series of machine-mounted drills are now available with a number of features engineered to increase safety and productivity in dowel-pin drilling applications, and are available in both hydraulic and pneumatic options.

Primarily used for full-depth repair, or "patchwork," Minnich Manufacturing offers excavator/backhoe/skid steer-mounted units that are ideal for horizontal patchwork jobs with a relatively long distance between the areas to be drilled. Apart from increased portability, the dowel pin drills also are a safe alternative for operators, eliminating fatigue by utilizing the carrier to transport the drill.

Minnich’s pneumatic machine-mounted drills are powered by a compressor, mounted to the counter-weight of the carrier or in the bucket of a backhoe, offering a self-contained solution for patchwork jobs. Many patchwork jobs require the work to be done in high-traffic areas, which make it of the utmost importance to utilize a highly mobile carrier and drill combination.

For more information, visit www.minnich-mfg.com.




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