Drilling is the process of penetrating through the ground and extracting rocks from various depths beneath the surface for confirming the geology beneath and/or providing samples for chemical analysis. The tip of the drill is known as a drill-bit, which is attached to the longitudinal drill-rod and penetrates the ground to form boreholes from which rock is collected. Because the rocks produced from drilling can be assigned to specific depths, this method is extremely important for determining the types and structures of the rocks underneath our feet.
GEOTECH Exploration is well equipped with modern and sophisticated survey instruments like Auto-level, Total Station Theodolite, fleet of 60 drilling machines, computers with geological & mining softwares, equipments for geophysical survey and geotechnical studies.
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Geology is the study of the Earth - so it needs a person who is interested in the world around us. Someone who is aware of the planet we live on, who enjoys outdoor learning, who is willing to use scientific skills to understand the world, who doesn't mind dirty hands, who can think. In Geology we work in four dimensions - north-south, east-west, up-down, and back-forward in time.
Most geologic maps that are available to the public have been published by government agencies, such as a geological survey. They usually sell printed copies of their maps and sometimes have digital versions that can be viewed or printed.
Working Principle of Drilling Machine: When the power is given to the motor, the spindle rotates and thereby the stepped pulley attached to it also rotates. On the other end, one more stepped pulley is attached and that is inverted to increase or decrease the speed of the rotational motion.