The Clark Eagle Mk2 air powered drill was primarily designed for drilling ribs (tunnel walls) in coal mines for strata support. The Mk2 replaced the EA50 model in 1997. It used fewer parts and replaced the vulnerable chain drive with double reduction gearing. The drill motor is contained within a FRAS PU cover for use in hazardous environments and features a rugged steel handle and trigger. The drill has found ready acceptance in civil construction work, drilling holes for earthing rods and also drilling of brick furnaces. The drill incorporates a trigger for operation of the drill rotation and also a valve for water or air flushing of the drill rod. Being a gear type motor it does not have the kick back that can be experienced with vane type motor. The drill motor is also used as the drive motor for the Clark grout mixer. An optional pusher leg attachment is available for fitting an air leg to assist in feed thrust. The drill is light weight, easy to use and out performs its competitors.
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Mk2 Rib Drill
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Bolt up Mining have been using Clark Air-tracks since 2008. We find them to be the best on the market. The reliability, efficiency and “Value for Money” cannot be overlooked! Over the years Clark mining services have provided exceptional back up support and service. Technical knowledge, Read more
Bill Goodwin - Bolt Up MiningBolt Up Mining
Power & Earth Control has been involved with Clarks Mining Services for approximately ten years. Throughout this time the main product that we have used is the Mk2 rib drill which has outperformed its competitors. We own several of these drills now...Read more
Simon Valencia - Power&Earth Control
RADCO Technologies (formerly GT Drilling Australia) have been utilising Clarks Mining Services for almost 7 years since our company’s inception in 2009 During this time Clark’s have supplied their Air Track style drill rigs and Grouting equipment to our underground coal operations. We now own..... Read more