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We are proud to announce the introduction of the Vermeer D130S (Generation 2) horizontal directional drill. This drill allows you to take on challenging, large-diameter drilling projects without worrying about space restrictions. It also keeps surface disruption to a minimum, making it ideal for projects in densely populated residential areas, or areas where minimal environmental


Installing utility services in areas with restricted space can present a challenge. Narrow access and the need to maintain site integrity can place additional demands, on top of productivity. With a small foot print, and able to fit onto a standard street verge, the Vermeer D8x12 Horizontal Directional Drill provides easy access drilling without compromising


Today our valued customer Boretech received delivery of their new Vermeer D40x55DR Horizontal Directional Drill. Check out the smiles! Not only is this HDD powerful, it also provides the flexibility to operate with various tools to match a variety of ground conditions – from hard, medium and soft rock to loamy dirt and clay. Productivity


Horizontal directional drilling  (or HDD) was recognised as a solution in the 1920’s when oil and water reserves were discovered to not be vertical, but horizontal.  Over time, technology changed from standard drilling practices to help drillers achieve their goals in a smarter, more efficient, and effective way. How does directional drilling differ from standard