Successful drilling consists of many things: the knowledge of the soil, having the right tools at the right time, getting support when you need it. But at the core of your operation are always the drilling consumables – and that’s where our focus is. Robit ensures that you will get just the right tools, knowledge and support for your operation – every time.
All of the Robit® button bits are manufactured of new 100% recyclable steel. In the environmentally friendly steel production process the CO² emissions have been reduced 80% and 95% of the waste is recycled including the process smoke which is filtered. The new steel grade gives even more uniform properties and improved fatigue strength which is crucial in rock drilling process. Designed for particular applications from soft rock formations to extremely hard conditions.
• A, AR – medium and hard rock model
• B, BR – hard + abrasive rock model
• DS, DSR – drop center model for straighter holes
• M – soft and medium hard rock model
• S, SR – all around model
Produced from the carefully selected hollow drill steels, drill rods provide the advantages of the maximum strength with long thread life.
With specially developed alloys, shanks are with optimum hardenability and balance of core and case properties to offer extended wear and fatigue life.
Robit’s shanks are compatible with most types of drills in the market:
Produced for optimum energy transfer on various drilling diameter.
Do you know where the end is of the holes you drill? You do now, with Robit’s new measuring tool, The Robit® Sense Systems – ‘M’ Series, a complementary product for Robit’s measurement technology offering. Measuring is now easier and faster than ever. Measurement can be done right after drilling a hole. You can see a 3D view of the drilled hole in the drilling pattern immediately in the field through a tablet computer and anywhere through Sense Systems cloud service.
When drilling holes in rock, the holes often turn away from the desired direction, and in long holes the deviation may be even several meters. Hole deviation results in inefficient operations on a site and in the worst case may create hazards. The new system measures the actual straightness of drill holes, so the information can be utilized in optimizing and charging a rock face.
As the results are visible immediately after measuring, it is possible to react to any hole deviation when positioning and directing the following holes or when charging the holes. Since the system utilizes accelerometers, gyroscopes and/or compass technology, it can be used in all types of rock formations – even in magnetic ore.
Optimizing charging raises efficiency in blasting by: