Water Well Journal

April 2017

Water Well Journal

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CENTRAL MINE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 4215 Rider Trail North, Earth City (St. Louis), Missouri, 63045 USA Phone: 314-291-7700 1-800-325-8827 FAX: 314-291-4880 E-mail: info@cmeco.com Website: www.cmeco.com © e compact CME-55LCX features a new 130 horsepower diesel engine and can crank out up to 12,100 foot-pounds of rotary torque. at's more than any other drill in its class. Equipped with the standard 20' or optional 22' mast, it's perfect for typical everyday operations. But on jobs where overhead clearance gets tight, the CME-55LCX can quickly transform to low clearance mode. e overall set-up height when mounted on the CME-300 tracked carrier, is then reduced to 12'1". Low clearance sheaves allow full use of the hoist lines. at means you can take on jobs under service station canopies, bridges, or other overhead restrictions that others can't. The CME-55LCX is available with many options to help get the job done as efficiently as possible. It can be equipped with slide bases, auger racks, toolboxes, hydraulic rod holder/ breakout wrench systems, and more. e optional automatic SPT hammer even has a secondary liing system for low clearance situations. e CME-55LCX and the CME-300 remote controlled tracked carrier make an excellent team. Since the CME-300 is designed specifically for carrying CME drill rigs, there are no compromises. It has the best center of gravity for both mobility and drilling. You won't find a more rugged carrier in its class. And since the rubber tracks will not damage most pavement, you can also use this rig anywhere you might use a truck-mounted drill. Give us a call and nd out how the new high-torque CME-55LCX low clearance drill can give you more power and more versatility for more production. H I G H T O R Q U E L O W C L E A R A N C E The CME-55LCX

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