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Description: Poor Boy's Prospecting Toys
Added on: 19-Nov-2004 | hits: 514 | Report broken link | Details
Affordable Core Drilling with a Minex Winkie
Description: Since 2000, Minex has been the manufacturer of the Winkie Drill, the small, man-portable diamond drill which has been the core drill of choice in all remote locations of the world. Formerly made by JKS Boyles, the Winkie Drill has been sold for over 40 years, and it is now being manufactured in Minnesota. Lightweight and compact, the Winkie Drill is particularly suited to drilling in the most remote locations: high mountains, deserts, arctic tundra, and dense jungles.
The Winkie Drill is a gas powered drill which weighs only 180 pounds and can be carried by pickup truck, mule back, helicopter or two men into the most difficult terrain. With lightweight drill rods, it has the capacity to drill 475 feet using E size tools. Total weight of the drill and Unipress frame is 185 pounds (84.1 kg.) This time-proven design makes minimal environmental impact. It will operate from sea-level to high altitudes.
Variable drilling speeds, using a two-speed transmission, allow the Winkie Drill to operate efficiently. This is the lightest gear-shift diamond drill in operation today. The Winkie tripod with its winch helps to increase the production rate and results in lowered fatigue for the drill crew.
Lightweight and compact, the Winkie Drill is particularly suited to drilling in rough, mountainous terrain where it can be carried by two men of lifted by helicopter into a drill site. Total weight of the drill with Unipress frame is 185 lbs (84.1 kg). The original lightweight exploration drill, designed by Fred Wink and sold by JKS Smit and JKS Boyles is now being manufactured in the U.S. by Minex of Virginia, Minnesota. This time-proven design makes minimal environmental impact and has performed well in all parts of the world. Minex plans to improve on both the reliability and tha availability of this extremely portable and versatile drill.
Powered by an efficient 10 hp, 2 cycle, air-cooled gasoline engine, the Winkie Drill has been used for many years in remote locations worldwide. It operates from sea-level to high altitudes. The Winkie Drill has proven itself to be the ideal drill for the toughest locations, whether jungles or high mountains.
Variable drilling speeds, achieved by two-speed transmission, help to make the Winkie operate efficiently, This drill is the lightest gear shift diamond drill in operation today.
The Unipress frame enables the driller to exert a steady pressure with a minimum of exertion. Operator fatigue is reduced, contributing to a more economical operation.
The Winkie tripod with winch helps to increase the speed of drilling and the results in less fatigue for the driller.
Aluminium rods can be transported to the drill site easier and also facilitate hoisting from the hole. Lightweight steel rods are also available. Aluminium rods save about 30 to 40% of the weight, and increase the depth capacity of the Winkie Drill.
• Power Unit Gasoline, 2 cycle,
air cooled engine
• Horsepower 10 hp @ 8400 rpm
• Gear Shift Transmission Oil Bath
• Type of Feed Unipress hand fedd
• Clutch Centrifugal
• Maximum Bit Speed High Speed - 2800 rpm
Low Speed - 1200 rpm
• Weight Winkie Drill - 85 lbs
Unipress - 100 lbs
Thin Kerf IEWS 1"/23mm 1-1/2"/38mm 425-475'/130-145m
Thin Kerf JKT 48 1.39"/35.3mm 1.89"/48mm 350'-400'/105-120m
• Rated Drilling Capabilities Using Aluminium Drill Rods.
• Drilling Capabilities using steel rods would be less.
• Also depth rating may vary depending on rock formations and conditions.
Added on: 26-Dec-2004 | hits: 464 | Report broken link | Details
Description: detector manufacturer
Added on: 18-Nov-2004 | hits: 309 | Report broken link | Details
Bounty Hunter Metal Detectors
Description: Bounty Hunter metal detectors are made by First Texas Products, with over 30 years of experience, and a list of features and patents that keep the competition playing catch-up.
Features like Precise LCD readout of target and depth . ... . four-level Iron discrimination . . . selectable rejection of low-value targets . . . "Smart Trac" auto ground-balancing . . . All combined in lightweight, rugged, ergonomic housing. All backed by a solid five-year warranty.
So whether you're coin shooting or gold prospecting, searching for jewelry or just a buried water valve, there simply is no better choice for today's treasure hunter . . . than the Bounty Hunter metal detectors.
Added on: 05-Oct-2004 | hits: 334 | Report broken link | Details
Brewer's Bellows Machine
Description: GOLD DRYWASHER
Added on: 19-Nov-2004 | hits: 428 | Report broken link | Details
Bulgaria, Notsi LTD Sales &Service
Description: metal detector manufacturer
Added on: 19-Nov-2004 | hits: 374 | Report broken link | Details
Description: C Scope UK Manufacture of metal detectores
Added on: 18-Nov-2004 | hits: 307 | Report broken link | Details
Camel Mining Products
Description: Desert Fox Spiral Gold Panning Machine
Added on: 19-Nov-2004 | hits: 453 | Report broken link | Details
Dahlke Dredge Mfg
Description: Our business is family owned and operated, deicated to produce the finest, innovative dredge equipment available anywhere in the world. We have a background in mining and manufacturing and continue to make advances in new technologies pertaining to our products.
Added on: 24-Nov-2004 | hits: 588 | Report broken link | Details
Description: Detector pro Detectors
Added on: 18-Nov-2004 | hits: 323 | Report broken link | Details
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