Services we offer

RC Drilling

This technique is used in order to collect samples down the hole while drilling. Can drill up to the depth of 400m. The deepest hole we drilled thus far was 350m.

Water well drilling

Sink wells into the earth to tap natural water supplies. Can drill up to the depth of 1000m, hole sizes differ between 5.5′ up to 15′. The deepest hole we drilled thus far was 1054m and the widest hole was a 400m 10′ hole.

Sonic drilling

Use of high-frequency, resonant energy generated inside the Sonic head to advance a core barrel or casing into subsurface formations for geotechnical sampling of the ground formation. This technique is used for sand, clay and lose formation.

Percussion drilling

A drilling technique in which a down the hole hammer on the end of a drill string is working with air to drill.Can drill up to the depth of 1000m. The deepest hole that has been drilled by us to was 1054m 6.5′ hole.

Reverse circulation drilling

Uses dual wall drill rods that consist of an outer drill rod with an inner tube. These hollow inner tubes allow the drill cuttings to be transported back to the surface though a cyclone for sampling. Deepest hole thus far was 350m.

Diamond core drilling / Geotechnical / Cor orientation

Uses a diamond bit, which rotates at the end of drill rod. The opening at the end of the diamond bit allows a solid column of rock to move up into the drill pipe and be recovered at the surface for sampling.Sizes can differ between PQ, HQ, NQ and BQ.

Pilling Hole Drilling

Drilling of pilling holes for the installation of solar or other building pillars.Sizes can differ between 5.5′ up to 15′.

Dewatering holes/Mud Drilling

The process of removing water from water-base drilling mud

TLB Hire

Our TLB can be rented per hour. The TLB are rented out at a wet rate with an operator.

Angle drilling

Drilling a hole at an angle.Have drilled at the following angles:- RC drilling at angles between vertical, 90˚ to 60˚.

Sandblasting

Abrasive blasting, more commonly known as sandblasting, is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface or remove surface contaminants.

Covid-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to monitor and take seriously the guidelines of health experts and are adhering to the highest possible standards issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) and South Africa Regional Global Disease Detection Centre  (SARGDDC), as well as governments and regulators across our areas of operations. We have implemented a number of measures to safeguard the health of our employees, contractors and the community, while continuing to operate responsibly and maintaining the resiliency of the Company.