Archway Engineering is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of drilling equipment for site investigation, mineral exploration, water well construction, and environmental monitoring.
We manufacture drilling equipment and sampling tools suitable for use in a wide range of geological formations, from soft silts and soils to the hardest rocks.
Our drilling products ranges broadly with such things as core barrels, tungsten carbide, diamond core bits, tricone, casing tubes, drill rods, drillstring accessories, soil sampling equipment, standard penetration test and dynamic probe equipment. In addition, Archway Engineering designs and manufactures special one-off drilling products to customer requirements.
Archway Engineering supplies drilling equipment to major civil engineering and mining companies in the UK and throughout the world. With over 50 years of experience, the company name Archway has become associated with top quality drilling equipment and first-class customer service.
We invite you to explore our website to find out more about our company and its drilling products.
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