A drag bit is a drill bit usually designed for use in soft formations such as sand, clay, or some soft rock. However, they will not work well in coarse gravel or hard rock formations. Uses include drilling water wells, mining, geothermal, environmental and exploration drilling. Whenever possible, they should be used to drill pilot holes because they produce cuttings that are easiest to penetrate.
• Key design features provide industry leading penetration rates coupled with long service life
• Centre Face flushing opening providing optimal pick cleaning
• Plasma Transferred Arc (PTA) wear protection for extended block & wing service life
|No. Of Blades||3|
|Face Type||Discharge / Vacuum|