Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) is a versatile steerable system and one of the most common trenchless installation methods, capable of installing pipelines and conduits below ground using a surface-mounted drill rig.
The rig sits on top of the ground, and we install a pilot rod along the alignment. Once the pilot comes out on the other side, we attach a reaming head to the drill rods. Then, we enlarge the hole until we can pull in the new pipe or conduit.
Benefits of HDD:
Cost-effective due to minimal surface damage
Short drilling and construction times
Wide, versatile application range
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