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BOREHOLE DRILLING EQUIPMENT SALE - EQUIPMENT SALE


BOREHOLE DRILLING EQUIPMENT SALE - CRYPTON GARAGE EQUIPMENT - COASTAL EQUIPMENT RENTALS.



Borehole Drilling Equipment Sale





borehole drilling equipment sale






    drilling equipment
  • means the derrick, together with all parts of and appurtenances to such structure, every piece of apparatus, machinery or equipment used or erected or maintained for use in connection with drilling.





    borehole
  • (Boreholes) Long shaft drilled into the earth for the construction of water wells.

  • A deep, narrow hole made in the ground, esp. to locate water or oil

  • A borehole is the generalised term for any narrow shaft drilled in the ground, either vertically or horizontally.

  • The hole in the earth made by the drill; the uncased drill hole from the surface to the bottom of the well.





    sale
  • a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"

  • The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something

  • The activity or business of selling products

  • the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"

  • an occasion (usually brief) for buying at specially reduced prices; "they held a sale to reduce their inventory"; "I got some great bargains at their annual sale"

  • A quantity or amount sold











borehole drilling equipment sale - Costing and




Costing and Pricing: A Guide for Water Well Drilling Enterprises (Cost Effective Boreholes)


Costing and Pricing: A Guide for Water Well Drilling Enterprises (Cost Effective Boreholes)



This field note is written for water well drilling enterprises as well as other agencies which manage, or are involved in drilling projects. Using a step-by-step approach it gives clear guidance on how to cost and price the construction of drilled water wells. It also provides tips on business management with an emphasis of the realities faced in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Once you are familiar with this field note, you will be in a much stronger position to calculate drilling costs, consider prices and deal with business realities.

There are five distinct steps to costing and pricing: (1) the basic costs of running your business; (2) analysis of tender docu-ments; (3) setting out the cost components; (4) calculating your costs and (5) determining your price. Within each step a number of key issues need to be considered. Costs are broken down into siting, mobilisation, drilling, casing/completion, well development/pumping test and pump installation. Practical, worked examples enable the reader to easily follow the costing method. The field note sets out bills of quantities and considers how to deal with risks and uncertainties as well as the tender process. Key advice for effective management is also given.

The authors of this field note sincerely hope that it helps drilling enterprises to develop and flourish, and thus contributes to im-proving water supplies, particularly in the developing world.

The preparation of this field note was supported by UNICEF, USAID and SKAT Foundation as part of the work to develop a Code of Practice for Cost-Effective Boreholes. The Water and Sani-tation Programme of the World Bank (WSP) and the Swiss Development Corporation (SDC) also financed the coordination of the Cost-Effective Boreholes flagship of RWSN. Work undertaken by Cranfield University to develop a Borehole Costing Model under-pinned the costing example used in the field note.

This field note is written for water well drilling enterprises as well as other agencies which manage, or are involved in drilling projects. Using a step-by-step approach it gives clear guidance on how to cost and price the construction of drilled water wells. It also provides tips on business management with an emphasis of the realities faced in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Once you are familiar with this field note, you will be in a much stronger position to calculate drilling costs, consider prices and deal with business realities.

There are five distinct steps to costing and pricing: (1) the basic costs of running your business; (2) analysis of tender docu-ments; (3) setting out the cost components; (4) calculating your costs and (5) determining your price. Within each step a number of key issues need to be considered. Costs are broken down into siting, mobilisation, drilling, casing/completion, well development/pumping test and pump installation. Practical, worked examples enable the reader to easily follow the costing method. The field note sets out bills of quantities and considers how to deal with risks and uncertainties as well as the tender process. Key advice for effective management is also given.

The authors of this field note sincerely hope that it helps drilling enterprises to develop and flourish, and thus contributes to im-proving water supplies, particularly in the developing world.

The preparation of this field note was supported by UNICEF, USAID and SKAT Foundation as part of the work to develop a Code of Practice for Cost-Effective Boreholes. The Water and Sani-tation Programme of the World Bank (WSP) and the Swiss Development Corporation (SDC) also financed the coordination of the Cost-Effective Boreholes flagship of RWSN. Work undertaken by Cranfield University to develop a Borehole Costing Model under-pinned the costing example used in the field note.










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Mountain Drilling by Link-Belt - Telluride




Mountain Drilling by Link-Belt - Telluride





Mays Construction Specialties, Inc. (MCSI) was able to expedite the new access trail for Telluride Ski Resort by providing the blast hole drilling on this ridge at over 13,000 feet elevation using their HEM-300HT drill mounted on a Link-Belt 130LX excavator











The Well/Borehole in Kawale/Sence, south of Lilongwe.




The Well/Borehole in Kawale/Sence, south of Lilongwe.





This well/borehole is now providing water to about 2,000 people in surrounding villages. Before this borehole was drilled people had to walk more than 2 kilometres across a busy highway to get water. We are so fortunate in the west.









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