December 17, 2015
“In response to requests from our customers around the world, upgrades have now been made making the new FlexiROC T20 R the best drill rig in its class of compact, radio remote controlled drill rigs.”
A great deal of effort has been put in to make good use of the commonality between parts. This results in the use of well proven technology and quality components. For the customer this translates to a reliable drill rig with maximized uptime.
A completely new rig control system that consists of electrical and hydraulic components as well as the Radio Remote Control (RRC) has been installed. By using well proven technology from drill rigs such as FlexiROC T25 R & T30 R, functionality and quality are assured.
Other examples of upgrades are; new cylinder feed (BMH 2000) in three different lengths, new reinforced drill steel support, new hose routing with three bulk-heads, new front facing feed holder and better service access.
The new FlexiROC T20 R has now been equipped with the COP 1435 rock drill. It has almost 30% higher impact energy and 30% higher rotation torque than the previous model. With an impact power of 14 kW together with smooth cylinder feed action, the drilling performance has increased by up to 40%.
A new era for uncompromising, multi-purpose drill rigs has begun. The new FlexiROC T20 R leads the way.
For more information please contact:
Marcus Leü, Product Manager
Mobile: +46 (0)72 725 98 35 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fredrik Ternström, Communications Professional
Mobile: +46 (0)19 670 7377 Email: email@example.com
Surface and Exploration Drilling is a division within Atlas Copco’s Mining and Rock Excavation Technique business area. It develops, manufactures, and markets rock and exploration drilling equipment for various applications in civil and geotechnical engineering, quarries and both surface as well as underground mines worldwide. Atlas Copco's strong focus on innovative product design and service support systems gives added customer value. The main production centers are in Sweden, Italy, India, Japan and China. The divisional headquarters is in Örebro, Sweden.