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Brand new 2014 John Henry Rock  Drill


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Brand new 2014 John Henry Rock Drill


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This is our flagship machine. A 20’ John Henry mounted on a new Caterpillar 320DL power unit. This John Henry has just been delivered and is drilling on its first job."


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New John Henry’s are always in production and available within days for your job.


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When you combine an excellent drill with the excavator’s 360 degree swing you will find that a John Henry will maneuver unlike any other drill you have ever seen.


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Did we mention the REACH! This machine is drilling a 30 degree hole at over 25’ from the carrier!

 


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Here, John Henry stays on the road while reaching up and over to drill in the rough terrain.

 


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John Henry’s can be mounted on a variety of excavators. Here, a Komatsu PC160LC-7 is the selected carrier. Performance of the John Henry is not compromised!


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In this picture, John Henry is called to start the cut of this bench. It was rock from the beginning. Once again, the Reach offered by John Henry makes this cut easy work.


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Horizontal drilling? – No problem. John Henry is ideal for tieback work or soil nailing. John Henry can maintain level horizontal drilling at heights up to 28 feet.

 

Pre-splitting in the Caribbean. John Henry intentionally keeps the back of the drill mast clean so you can put the drill right up against an existing slope.  

Any angle from beyond perpendicular to beyond horizontal. An angle indicator in the operator’s cab helps determine correct positioning.

 

The John Henry Rock Drill from Jimco. A "Steel Drivin’ Machine". Practical, versatile, reliable and cost effective. Proudly made in the U.S.A.!

Using the speed of the boom, John Henry can drill a large blast pattern from a single location. Set-up from hole to hole happens in seconds, not minutes.