For over 20 years, it has been our knowledge, technical skills and managerial expertise that has enabled us to successfully complete the most difficult tasks on behalf of our clients.
SBI is not dependent on outside contractors to perform any work which may arise on the project. We own and maintain our own fleet of trucks and equipment so we can respond quickly to any situation. We provide quality in the full range of services we offer... from simple pump replacements to hard to reach sites and always... with commitment to excellence... you have our word on it.
Below we have featured some of our specialized equipment. If you have any questions, please call us at 973-305-0022 for more information.
Inside drilling problems solved...
Built to solve your inside drilling problems, this custom built rig was designed for jobs with minimum entrance clearances. Overall rig size is 89" high, 42" wide and 112" long and powered with LPG.
Where height allows a 13 foot telescopic mast can be extended for quick retrival of drill steel therby saving valuable time. This unique unit is equiped with split spoons and front mount auto sampling winch, and capable of 3 Drilling Methods... Air Rotary, Auger and Mud.
3 Drilling Methods on ATV...
Custom built All Wheel Drive Drill Rig capable of Air Rotary, Auger, and Mud Drilling. Unit built to fit in low clearances, under canopies, and wires. Unit equipment includes:
- 185 CFM Air Compressor
- Hydraulic Mud Pump
- 1 - 4" Downhole Hammer
- 1 - 6" Downhole Hammer
- 1 - 6" Stabilizer and assortment of roller bits
- 50' - 4 1/4 Augers
- 50' - 6 1/4 Augers
- 50' - M.J. Drill Steel Unit Equipment with Safety Hammer and 2' & 3" Split Spoon Samplers
- 6,000lb. Crane to handle long sample rods
A “watershed” is the land area where water soaks through the earth filling an underground water supply or aquifer. It is also called a recharge area. The “water table” is the line below which the ground is saturated or filled with water and available for pumping. The water table will fall during dry seasons. A well can pump water from either the saturated zone or an aquifer. Wells must be deep enough to remain in the saturated zone.