Ramson Machinery Limited
|Make, Model:||Hino, FM3M|
|Application(s):||Winch / Oil Field Trucks|
|Dealer:||Ramson Machinery Limited|
|Phone:||+64 274 530 605|
|Last Modified:||19/05/2022 5:19:52 PM AEST|
1996 TRUCK MOUNTED HINO FM 3MLKM
1 x only Water Well/Investigation and Envrionmental Rotary/Cable Tool/Drilling Rig incorporating: 1996 "HINO" Mod. FM 3MLKM Chassis No. JHDSM3MLK XXX10157 180 Kw (240HP) Diesel powered 6 x 4 Cab and Chassis (22.5 Tonne GVM) complete with PTO, Chassis/sub-frame strengthening (Recon. Engine 2009) Reg. No. UJ1760.
CHASSIS MOUNTED Hydraulically operated Drilling Ring manifolds and Mechanical Drive assemblies complete with Intercooling and Hydraulic expansion/reservoir and system; Hydraulically operated Splutter system; "Conrad Stork: Mod. SM4H Drilling Rig complete with 8.5m-Mast, 2 x 50mm dia. x 1500mm long Mast Hydraulic Rams, Rotational Drive Head, Winch/Drive assembly and attachments, Gravity type Hammer-head; 2 x Hydraulically operated Rig/jack Stabilisers; Operator's Control Console including all associated safety devices, controls, hydraulics, "CONRAD STORK" Mud pump, "GARDNER" Water pump, rigging/lifting gear, blocks, platforms, railing, machinery enclosures, machinery mounts and sub-frame assemblies, pipework, hoses, reticulation, fittings and connections (D.O.M. 1978/Retro-fitted 2009/2010).
ASSOCIATED DRILLING RIG EQUIPMENT INCLUDING:
20 x 3m long N Drilling Rods; 26 x 3 long NW Drilling Rods; 18 x 60mm API Rods; 2 x HQ (Triple Tube) Core Samplers; NQ and NQ3 Drill Bits; NX Core Barrel; Tungsten Drill Bits; Jacking Rings 100mm, 130mm and 150mm; "VICTAULIC" 50mm De-Sander Unit; Rig-powered Hydraulic Jacks; Drill Collars; SPT Drop Hammer; Assorted Drill Heads; Drill Rod Racks; Loose Power Tools, Hand Tools and misc. Rig Equipment.
Drive Side: Left Hand Drive
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