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EMAS Well-drilling

EMAS-Standard Drilling: The EMAS manual well drilling is a method for drilling small-diameter tube wells by hand. The drilling method is a hybrid between washboring, percussion and rotary drilling. It permits to drill through all kinds of loose soils, as well as consolidated materials and light rock. It will not, however, penetrate hard original rock or boulders (e.g. ancient river beds underground). The usual diameter of the tube well is 37 mm.



Drilling by suction: The EMAS manual well drilling is a method for drilling small-diameter tube wells by hand. This is a variant to the standard EMAS drilling method, which is described here. The drilling method is a hybrid between washboring, percussion and rotary drilling. It permits to drill through all kinds of loose soils, as well as consolidated materials and light rock. It will not, however, penetrate hard original rock or boulders (e.g. ancient river beds underground). The usual diameter of the tube well is 37 mm



Drilling without mud: EMAS manual well drilling is a method for drilling small-diameter tube wells by hand. This is a variant to the standard EMAS drilling method, which is described here. The drilling method is a hybrid between washboring, percussion and rotary drilling. It permits to drill through all kinds of loose soils, as well as consolidated materials and light rock. It will not, however, penetrate hard original rock or boulders (e.g. ancient river beds underground). The usual diameter of the tube well is 37 mm



Required materials and tools:In this video we show the required materials and tools for EMAS-well-drilling.