The Conrad KD 43 is a fully diesel-hydraulically driven small soil drilling machine, mounted on a caterpillar chassis. Due to its size and simple control, the KD 43 is very suitable for use under difficult terrain conditions. It is also easy to maneuver in spaces with limited dimensions. This small installation is suitable for rinsing drills, suction drills, auger drills, pulse drilling and Ramble drilling. Because of this versatility, the machine is used in both the environmental sector and geological research, as well as for the drilling of fire pits and sprinkling.
Compact pulse-avegaar drilling installation for soil research
Operator convenience & comfort
The Conrad KD 43 is very easy to drive and semi-radiographic. Due to its limited dimensions, it lends itself extremely well to small, difficult spaces. The KD 43 has been produced since 1994 under the name Kefdrill and has not changed much in the construction. Naturally, the technical possibilities are constantly being developed. Start-up and stamping is done on the machine, while all other operating functions such as driving and drilling are controlled radiographically.
|Hatz Silent Pack||23 kW (31 pk) at 2300 rpm|
|Pull-up force||2100 daNm|
|Pull-down force||1200 daNm|
|Torque||350 daNm @
two directions of rotation, infinitely adjustable
|Speed||0,5 km / u (infinitely adjustable)|
|LxBxH||1,7 x 1,2 x 2,1 m|
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