Long-Hole Drilling Rig for Small to Medium Drifts - Simba 1253 by Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco offers samba 1253 long-hole drilling rig, which is suitable for use in small- to medium-sized drifts. It consists of a high-performance tophammer rock drill that offers a sustainable solution for long-hole drilling process. The samba 1253 is used for drilling parallel holes in downward and upward directions.

Key FeaturesThe product features of the samba 1253 long-hole drilling rig are:

  • Line-of-sight remote control ensures high mobility
  • COP 1838ME 18 kW rock drill for achieving high productivity and availability, or COP 2550UX 25 kW can be used in larger holes and even in hard rock conditions
  • Rod carousel with rods for providing mechanized drilling up to 32 m.

Optional EquipmentThe optional equipment available for samba 1253 long-hole drilling rig are:

  • Rock drill
  • Carrier
  • Electrical system
  • Feed
  • Power packs

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