FRASTE is manufacturing HYDRAULIC DRILLING RIGS since 1964, when the drilling field was still very traditional and mainly involved with mechanical transmission and therefore they were certainly among the Italian pioneers of modern drilling by using hydraulic systems on their rigs.
More over than fifty years of design & construction experience give to Fraste a relevant position withing international drilling industry, also obtained from the direct contact with the drillers that with their thrust have given to the company more grew opportunities and possibility to be constantly on world market with new subjects and ideas. Fraste is one of the bigger drilling rig manufacturer all over the world.
Actually the FRASTE range includes high quality drilling rigs for:
Fraste rigs are designed under modular system and a wide range of drilling components, accessories and equipment are avaiable to meet with customers requirements and actual different drilling methods; almost all drilling systems can be performed.
High customised and special drilling units are also available.
MITO 40 from Fraste
Multidrill XL from Fraste
MUTLIDRILL XL DR Air Core Drilling Rigs from Fraste S.p.A
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