Engineered to handle the speed of geothermal drilling - drilling multiple borings per day as compared to a single hole during a multiple-day process - DRILLMAX® geothermal drilling rig exceeds expectations in tough conditions. While geothermal drilling tends to prioritize overall rig size and weight, drilling speed, and cost per foot, options such as sandline winch or pipe spinner systems can be added to minimize equipment on the geothermal drilling job site.
DM250: suited for residential geothermal drilling or small commercial jobs.
DM450: designed for large residential geothermal drilling or commercial jobs.
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Our team of engineers thrives on collaborating with drillers while they continually innovate new designs for our geothermal drilling rig line. Our goal is to help maximize your success by making your job faster, safer, and easier. Partner with us and we'll work to decrease your rig downtime while increasing your family time.
“The DRILLMAX® geothermal drilling rig took a beating but got right through it. We doubled our production speed with the stroke and pump.The way she forces plastic clay out of the hole was pretty unbelievable. The 20-foot stroke and speed of the tophead means it goes faster for a longer distance, good for plunging clay out of the hole." - Joe Dalba, partner, Island Geo Drillers, New York
Using their DRILLMAX® DM250, company owners claim completing 15 bores to 305 feet through tough, plastic clay 80 percent of the hole - just the two of them. One ran the geothermal drilling rig. One prepped loops for installation with the mud cleaner.
The Rocky Mountains were no trouble for the DRILLMAX® DM450 geothermal drilling rig. Owner claimed the DM450 drill rig outproduced the combined footage of three other rigs drilling multiple borings per day to install geothermal loops.
Demand for geothermal energy has generated drilling industry growth. For many companies, geothermal drilling business is booming, while others weather fluctuations by diversifying their service lines with a single rig.