Whether drilling a 25-foot screen well or a 400-foot artesian rock well, customers appreciate the added benefit DRILLMAX® water well drilling rigs by Geoprobe® bring to their fleet. The compact size of the water well drilling rigs makes mobilization to the water well drilling job and into tight drilling locations easier – and less costly. The combination of torque, mast speed, pumps and rod loader make water well drilling fast and easy. Customers brag their DRILLMAX® water well drilling rigs by Geoprobe® are a big rig in a little package.
When it comes to power for drilling water wells, looks can be deceiving.
“Our industry has a hang up on bigger is better,” said Ricky Cosnahan, owner, DJ Pump Service, Georgia. “If a 24-inch wrench will break pipe loose, then you get the 36-inch to make sure you have the power. Just because it’s little doesn’t mean it doesn’t have power.”
Driller Chris Adkison attributes their success to the top head speed of the DM250 for cleaner, straighter well development in significantly less time - cutting the hole in hours instead of days.
“Where we drill wells there’s a lot of limestone and blue marl. It would take four days to drill 260 feet and then make a well on the fifth day,” Adkison said. “Now we’re doing it in a day and a half. The blue marl is a dense clay that swells and the DM250 cuts it really well.”
In choosing the small but mighty DM250 with its efficient water well drilling production, read how companies across the nation have added other big business advantages:
Versatility combined with creature comforts like deck-mounted Mudslayer® make the DM450 the driller's choice on a wide-range of water well drilling jobs.
"It's fast and efficient. We get paid by the foot, so we need to make a hole fast as you can, and the DRILLMAX® DM450 [by Geoprobe®] does that," Mark Rhoads, Rhoads Farms, Texas, said.
The DM450 water well drilling rigs complete larger wells while amplifying production rates, ultimately combining for more family time.
"I'm able to complete jobs faster and do more work per week, which means more money and keeping customers happy. It also means more time with my kids and not working weekends trying to prepare for the next week," Mark said.
Drawn to the the DM450 for its simplicity, read how customers discovered numerous other benefits:
Drillers seeking rotary drilling options - outfitted for air drilling or mud drilling - for larger, deeper wells in tough geologies choose the DRILLMAX® DM650 by Geoprobe® providing power for drilling water wells with 28.5-foot stroke, 40,000 lb pullback, and 8,000 ft-lb torque.
“I appreciate the design of the new mud pump and the amount of power it has. It’s a very nice, heavy-duty machine," Mark Kelly of Emerald Coast in Alabama said.
Possessing power to reach depth with ability to support weight of steel casing while drilling water wells, the DRILLMAX® DM650 by Geoprobe® is engineered to handle 24-inch wells. Top head and drill mast features contribute to its ability to quietly and smoothly drill deeper, bigger holes.
“It looks well engineered with everything in the right spot. It’s probably bigger than I need, but if I bought a new rig, it would be what I want,” Mario D'Agostino of D'Agostino Well & Water Services said.
Drawn to the DM650 for its attention to detail with a simple control center and clean routing of hydraulic hoses, other features catching drillers' eyes include:
Our team of engineers thrives on collaborating with drillers while they continually innovate new designs on our water well drill rigs for sale. Our goal is to help maximize your success by making drilling water wells faster, safer, and easier. Partner with us and we'll work to decrease your water drill's downtime while increasing your family time.
“The rig doesn’t use much fuel and per foot it’s cheaper to operate. Upfront cost is less, and maintenance is less because parts are cheaper and it’s easier to work on. Maintenance wise, it’s really simple. Essentially it’s maintenance free. I can use hand tools to fix what I have to fix. If a hydraulic hose breaks, you can use common stuff you find at an auto parts store.” - Steve Simmons, owner, Roy Simmons & Son Well Drilling, Michigan
Historically conditions on a Michigan site required multiple days to complete drilling a water well to 160-foot. A DRILLMAX® DM250 by Geoprobe® owner claims completing the water well at the same site in just five hours.
Whether drilling water wells for residential or agriculture, customer claims their DRILLMAX® DM450 drilling rig by Geoprobe® completes small to large wells with ease - and with less downtime than his previous rig.
Outfitted for air drilling or as a mud drill, the DM650 tackles deeper wells required for large residential, light commercial, or farm irrigation.
Getting their start in 1992 doing mostly environmental work at gas stations, SHEPLER WELL DRILLING does 75 percent environmental and 25 percent residential work. Lately a lot of their work involves production wells and recovery wells in oil fields.
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Running one legacy model DM450, family-owned DICK JOYCE WELL DRILLING found themselves looking for a solution to their lengthening list of work.
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In business providing mainly residential and commercial water well drilling and pump service in Florida since 1997, AFFORDABLE WELL DRILLING & SERVICE INC has experienced significant growth the past five years.
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A third-generation company begun by her grandfather Andy Kuka 60 years ago, Danielle Gambrel took over from her father Vince Kuka when he became ill. Completing residential wells and service in Florida as SPRING HILL WELL DRILLING for the last 45 years, t
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Drilling since age 18, Paul Tyson decided to return to the industry when he and wife Michelle met and started their own water well installation and geotechnical drilling company in Florida.
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