In this video animation, Horizontal Directional Drilling Installation is showed. This directional drilling is employed to construct conduits beneath impediments like highways, buildings, and marched. Pipes including water, sewage, fiber-optic, and gas may be put beneath major junctions without disrupting traffic.
The horizontal bore is underway when the directional drill bit enters the entry pit. Drilling fluids are contained and managed in the hole at the entry. Radio communication is maintained between all members of the directional drilling team during the whole procedure. Its directional drill pipe has a radio detecting device (sonde) contained in its extended connection, which transmits depth and pitch to the surface.
The walkover locating device then receives this information. The directional drill operator is then given instructions by the locator on how to guide the drill bit based on the information gathered and interpreted. The drill bit may be navigated and guided to drill the required horizontal bore route by an experienced directional drilling team in various degrees of up, down, right, and left.
A pilot hole with a 4-inch drill bit is standard for a mid-sized process in directional drilling. In most cases, the boring route is widened by one and a half times the conduit diameter to be placed. A reamer is used to widen the dull pathway to accommodate the conduit in this installation. The reamer is dragged through the current bore channel to expand the hole. To find out the details, watch the video.