Epiroc’s water well drilling rigs are designed for safety, reliability, and productivity with products to serve all of your drilling needs. Epiroc has a rich history in the water well drilling rig market that spans over 50 years and counting. As water is our most precious resource and the global demand for water increasing each year, Epiroc takes pride in offering solutions to meet this growing demand.
We have a complete line of hydraulic top-head drive drilling rigs, designed for water well drilling and other applications requiring air or mud rotary as well as down-the-hole hammer drilling methods.
Our drills provide ample power and versatility to reach target drilling depths in all types for soil conditions and rock formations. Additionally, our rigs are highly mobile, capable of reaching the most remote locations.
Epiroc’s water well rigs come in a full range of pullback (hosting) capability and feature safe and efficient rod handling with some products offering optional hands-free rod loader systems. The rigs are also capable of pulldown for drilling in those more challenging formations. Optional features such as water injection systems, hammer lubricators, mud systems, auxiliary winches, etc. offer flexibility when configuring a rig. We also have the capability to design custom options to better serve the need of our customers.
Innovation is one of our core values and we strive to deliver innovative solutions for our customers that bring value to their operations. With reduced downtime, fuel efficiency, and by providing a safer work environment, Epiroc’s water well drilling rigs help customers grow and sustain their businesses.
Quenching a million thirsts takes teamwork with Uganda’s growing population. One million South Sudanese refugees have moved across the border into Uganda since July 2016. In the northern Gulu Region, this already heavily populated area supports the influx through NGOs and government entities working together.
Two of the three Epiroc TH60 water well rigs belonging to Fisch Bros. Drilling Inc. of Sebastapol have been caught in wildfires. One miraculously escaped harm during the Northern California Firestorm of 2017. A different rig, newly purchased, was a total loss in August 2018.
Two of the three Epiroc TH60 water well rigs belonging to Fisch Bros. Drilling Inc. of Sebastapol have been caught in wildfires. The first rig miraculously escaped harm during the Northern California Firestorm in 2017. However, a different rig, newly purchased, was a total loss in August 2018.