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NEW PRODUCTS and INNOVATIONS Speedrods for longer service life Sep 2011
Altas Copco Secoroc News Release
Fewer rod changes make for higher productivity

Fewer rod changes make for higher productivity

A service life of up to 30% longer is offered by the latest generation of the T-WiZ T-thread range of drilling systems from Secoroc.
Looking much like its predecessor, the new drill string, with its combination of T-WiZ Speedrods and T-WiZ shank adapters, offers fewer rod changes per shift that culminates in more productivity per shift and up to 30% longer service life on the drill rods.
T-WiZ is a tough thread system that offers greater thread stability. It is robust enough to prevent product breakage in the blast hole. This shifts focus from time-consuming rod and shank changes to maintaining a leaner stock. Greater thread stability and quicker rod changes provide improved drilling performance through tough formations and fractured rock.
Elements of the new T-WiZ range

Elements of the new T-WiZ range

The potential to drill more holes per shift presents the possibility of quicker blasting and a more rapid advance. With lower labor costs, minimized stock, less administration, and fewer rods and shanks in circulation, the T-WiZ system helps drillers stay on top of their schedules.
This drilling system comes in three dimensions: the T38-WiZ, T45-WiZ and T51-WiZ Speedrods and shank adapters designed for extension or drifting drill strings. Secoroc's range of hammer bits matches the new T-WiZ drilling rods, which prevents the added benefit of being easier to release and change.

           

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