The industry standard for portable drill rigs
The HD2001 is built on the same
frame as the HD2000 and uses the same gearbox and swivel.
However, it employs a larger engine with additional power
and is designed for larger drill bits and premium drill
stem for use in drilling 3" and 4" finished wells and in
working through more difficult soils.
Both rigs feature the same high quality materials and the same perfect balance of power and features designed to get the job done reliably and efficiently.
Recommended Drilling Packages for Model
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As with the HD2000, the HD2001 is
easy to clean and maintain. Once you have finished
drilling your well, the HD2001 can be conveniently stored
away in your garage or barn for its next use. Other
than the normal after-use clean-up and the type of seasonal
maintenance you provide for your lawnmower, there is
nothing complicated or mysterious about the HD2001.
It is a reliable, well-engineered piece of equipment designed without any hard-to-find or difficult to service parts. Because it is completely mechanical in construction, there are no complex or expensive hydraulics for the Do-It-Yourself Driller to worry about.
Safety is built into every machine. The Hydra-Drill is gravity fed and not excessively top heavy as with some designs. There are no complex, external weights or potentially dangerous pull-down systems.
The power and torque curve of the
HD2001 engine have been selected to allow the operator to
have a good sense of feedback during the drilling
process. In this sense, it is like a finely balanced
Engines that are too large or that are coupled through hydraulics can provide too much torque - adding to the risk of potential equipment damage or compromising the drilling process. Engines that are too small do not have the power to get the job done. The torque curve of each Hydra-Drill engine has been carefully selected to match the power requirements of the drilling jobs the rigs are designed for.
DeepRock's years of experience with portable drilling equipment and quality engineering have produced an elegant, perfectly balanced line of models that can get the job done, safely, quickly and reliably - time after time.
First time drillers often have
questions about how to determine which drilling rig
is right for them, how to drill through different soil
types or which pump is the best to use.
DeepRock has been answering questions like these for
people all over the world and and helping them with their well drilling needs
We are always glad to hear from you. Give us a call at 1-800-633-8774.
The HD2001 uses a powerful Briggs and Stratton 6.0 HP engine.