HBR 610: the drilling rig for micropiles and ground anchors
Hütte HBR 610 is a hydraulic drilling rig for micropiles and ground anchors, foundation construction, soil drilling, slope stabilization and geotechnical drilling.
The HBR 610 is one of the most compact and powerful rigs for micropiles, manufactured also with increased power.
Designed to be fast and highly efficient, it has powerful crowd and extraction force, the drilling mast and the rotary head stroke were engineered to be strong and carry out the most difficult jobs, installing high-capacity micropiles in the most challenging conditions and soil/rock profiles. Thanks to a new joints system, the HBR 610 is a rapid machine to operate: the perfect drilling rig for micropiles and foundation construction.
All our drill rigs can be designed to meet the various requirements perfectly, indeed the Hütte HBR 610 can be tailored to any costumer need or geological conditions. A wide range of rotary heads and drilling accessories are available to extend the applications of Hütte soil drilling equipment.
The Hütte HBR 610 was developed to ensure Hütte costumers high efficiency and productivity levels on site carrying out the most challenging drill jobs in the hardest working conditions.
Hütte Drill Rigs for Micropiles and Anchors
Technology and Performance
Please refer to the following chart for more technical details of the HBR 610
|Engine power||209kW||280 HP|
|Width of crawler||2500 mm||8.2 ft|
|Extraction force||130 kN||29,255 lbf|
|Crowd force||130 kN||29,255 lbf|
|Working extraction speed||7 m/min||22 ft/min|
|Fast extraction speed||34 m/min||111 ft/min|
|Diameters||67÷254 mm||2.6÷10 in|
|Weight in working condition||24000 kg||52.900 lbs|
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