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  • We are in BCGWA Convention 2024 2024-04-13

    We are going to stay Kamloops, BC from April 18-20, 2024 to attend BCGWA 2024 Trade Show, Convention and AGM as a member of BCGWA.

  • Ame Drill has become a member of OSSGA 2023-03-03

    We are proud to be a member of Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA). We are trying our best to contribute ourselves to the industries of Ontario stone, sand & gravel.

  • Ame Drill has become a member of BCGWA 2023-03-03

    We are proud to be a member of The British Columbia Ground Water Association (BCGWA). We hope we can contribute ourselves to the ground water industry in BC.

  • Ame Drill has become a member of AWWDA 2023-03-03

    We are proud to be a member of Alberta Water Well Drilling Association. We are going to provide better services to the water well drillers in Alberta.

  • We are in PDCA 2023 2023-02-22

    We will be in PDCA 2023. Please visit us at Booth # TS6724N (North Building) on March 5-8.

  • Ame Drill has become as a member of OGWA 2022-05-16

    Ame Drill Supply & Services Inc. has become as a member of The Ontario Ground Water Association (OGWA) in May 2022. OGWA was created in 1952 as a not-for-profit organization to facilitate various sectors of the ground water industry coming together for delivery of sate, clean water sup...

  • What is DTH Drilling? 2021-04-20

    Down-the-hole drilling (DTH) essentially involves a DTH drilling hammer at the bottom of a drill string. It relies on three elements for drilling holes: bit loading (weight), rotation and air. These active elements combine to be efficient at crushing rock. As the drill string slowly rotate...

  • The benefits of RC Drilling Tools 2021-04-16

    RC drilling has clear advantages over other top hammer drilling methods. Achieves greater penetration in hard rock than air core drilling, thanks to the percussive force and the strength of the RC drill bit. Provides greater sample accuracy, and cuttings are easy to catalogue. The col...

  • How is reverse Drilling Applied? 2021-04-11

    RC drilling is consisted of Reverse Circulation (RC) bit and Reverse Circulation (RC) hammer, commonly employed in open-cut mines and used for pit grade control and in delivering useful insight for mine planning and blasting. It has an optimal depth of between 300-500 metres...

  • How does Reverse Circulation Drilling Work? 2021-04-01

    Reverse circulation drilling, or RC drilling, is a form of percussion drilling that uses compressed air to flush material cuttings out of the drill hole in a safe and efficient manner. Thanks to the benefits enjoyed by this method, it’s become a popular technique in mining exploration and ...