Rock coring collects bedrock cores for engineering and geological data.
A diamond bit attached to a core barrel is lowered into the hole on the end of drill rods. Rock core samples are obtained by removing the inner barrel assembly from the core barrel of the drill rod using an overshot retriever. Rock cuttings are removed from the bore hole in a similar manner as mud rotary by drilling fluids. The NSF approved fluid circulates in the bore-hole as it pumps down through the rod string, where it picks up drill cuttings and carries them to the surface.
Applications: Best used in studies for foundation investigations, material sources, rock cut investigations and general rock coring of native bedrock substrates to obtain geotechnical data and samples. Not effective in sediments, cobbles or gravels where mud circulation is difficult.
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