By making use of controlled under-drilling, the area where the work is done is minimized. This also causes minimal inconvenience to traffic, as you can get under both roads, houses, railways and the like without having to stop the traffic.
Nor is one forced to deal with large amounts of contaminated soil. At the same time, you avoid disturbing streams and green areas. All this makes controlled under-drilling more environmentally friendly than a regular excavation.
These are just some of the reasons why underwater drilling has become very popular. It can be used everywhere for the implementation of, among other things, cables, PE pipes, steel pipes, electricity and gas lines, fiber cables, water and sewer lines, slurry pipes and much more.
They are flexible drill pipes that make it possible to drill in a circle within a radius of 40 meters. This means that you can navigate the drill pipe around buildings or other major obstacles. Therefore, this technology is also widely used when laying several different kinds of pipes and wires underground.
With a controlled under-drilling, you can easily drill into the ground without having to worry about disturbing traffic, getting past streams, motorways, houses etc. It is thus an attractive alternative to the traditional excavation. Precisely because you avoid the traditional excavation, you also reduce the delivery time at work.
If under-drilling is to be carried out with a rocket, DKCI is the obvious choice.
We have extensive experience with many different types of tasks within underdrilling and can ensure you a top-class result with our professional employees.
As an alternative to excavation or controlled under-drilling, it is advantageous to use rocket pressing. This pipe underlaying method simply requires a press and receiver group and thus minimal excavation. The rocket acts as a pneumatic piston that knocks itself through the ground. Depending on the length of the launch and ground conditions, you can choose to pull a pipe back to the launch hole or simply pull the rocket back and manually guide a pipe into the hole.
Thanks to the small size of the rocket, the method is particularly suitable for areas with limited space. Rocket penetration is therefore often used in connection with the establishment of branch lines for gas, water and electricity.