Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand
Project: Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand
Tekapo A Power Station, Tekapo Intake Gate Project - shaft and retaining wall. Dewatering wells and soil nails.
The project involved construction of a 22m deep x 14m diameter access shaft on the shore of Lake Tekapo, New Zealand, constructed in order to install an automatically controlled shut-off gate to the existing 6m diameter hydro tunnel constructed in the 1950’s. The Duplex system was used to install dewatering wells to 30m depth and also to install soil nails. Ground was variable glacial outwash, gravels, sands and boulders.
Customer: In collaboration with Hard Metal Industries New Zealand (Christchurch, New Zealand))
Equipment: Machine Hütte Bohrtechnik HBR 504-2 Krupp HB50A hydraulic drifter
Sysbohr Overburden Drilling System DUPLEX with hydraulic drifter, D 152.4, 4-start, cyl. PFS / d 88.9, 2-start con. PFS (All PFS)
Block 185, Austin Tx, USA
Block 185 is an under construction office skyscraper located in downtown Austin, Texas. Completion is planned for 2021. The tower will be the tallest office tower in Texas outside of Houston or Dallas, reaching 182m in height.
SYSBOHR is thrilled to be part of this project in collaboration with its US partner International Drilling Equipment (IDE) based in North Carolina. Here two Casagrande C7 machines can be seen equipped with discharge preventer and double head systems rotary / rotary are installing tie-back anchors with a D 193.7mm outer casing and D 114.3mm inner rods. The entire system as well as the casing shoes and drill bits were custom designed and manufactured by SYSBOHR for the encountered ground conditions.
The scope of the project includes 540 holes varying from 15 to 30 metres deep over 6 excavated layers.
A special thanks to Oscar Orduno Inc. and IDE for the job-site photos.
New Sysbohr Partners in Canada
Sysbohr GmbH is delighted to announce the appointment of Pacific Bit of Canada Inc. (based in Vancouver, British Columbia) and Attakroc Inc. (based in Quebec City, Quebec) as its distributors for the full range of products in Canada.
Although these two companies are on opposite sides of the country - 3 time zones away, they are very similar. They supply the complete line of drilling tools to the mining and construction industries. It is all about quality products… the best available, second to none. With a comprehensive product line and large inventories their focus is on service. Customers in Canada have come to realize the benefits of having a reliable partner during all phases of the project. It is understandable that Pacific Bit and Attakroc are well respected in the industry.
This partnership brings together three outstanding companies that will ensure overburden drilling customers throughout Canada will further benefit from this alliance. Bringing years of experience from Sysbohr’s highly skilled experts with their drilling solutions encountered throughout the world. It’s all coming together. The philosophy towards the customer plus the values and determination are so alike. It’s a cooperation that we very much look forward to.
For all questions and support in Canada with projects involving overburden drilling techniques, associated consumables as well as jet-grouting equipment please contact:
Pacific Bit of Canada Inc.
It’s official! Sysbohr Schweiz AG is now open for business!
We are very pleased to announce the founding of “Sysbohr Schweiz AG” in Switzerland.
The new company shall significantly strengthen the presence and flexibility on the Swiss market and further improve and bundle the capabilities to supply a complete range of overburden drilling products to construction customers close to their projects in Switzerland.
“By founding a Swiss company, we are able to better service the Swiss market with on-site presence and closer contacts to the needs of the customers. The customers can expect a full range of high quality products with excellent lead times”, states Nils Künne, Managing Director, Sysbohr GmbH.
Chris Ligner will be Managing Director for Sysbohr Schweiz AG. He has many years of experience in the Swiss drilling industry. Having started his career as a driller, he worked over the last few years as service and sales manager for drilling consumables on the Swiss market.
For further information please contact:
Chris Ligner, Managing Director “Sysbohr Schweiz AG“, Schlundmatt 30 CH-6010 Kriens, Switzerland, Tel: +41(0)41 50 81 429, Mobile: +41 79 82 10 732, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
New Sales Partner - Brisbane, Australia
Sysbohr GmbH is delighted to announce the appointment of Hard Metal Industries PTY LTD (HMI) as its distributor of its range of products in Australia and New Zealand.
HMI has been active in Australia since 1999 and focuses on serving the Piling & Foundation, Mining & Tunnelling, Trenching, HDD, Drilling and Wear Protection sectors.
HMI have offices located in Brisbane, Mackay, Sydney, Perth, New Zealand and South Africa.
Sysbohr develops and produces tools and accessories for the entire range of drilling applications in diameters from 51 mm to 610 mm.
From the technical design to the final drilling system, Sysbohr accompanies projects and adapts drilling systems to the customer's specific needs and individual soil conditions on-site.
The partnership brings together two outstanding companies that will ensure that customers in Australia and New Zealand will benefit from rapid responses on the market, as well as pro-active support from sales, technical and business development teams.
For all questions in the region regarding overburden drilling project techniques, related consumables, jet-grouting equipment as well as freezing equipment please contact:
Hard Metal Industries Pty Ltd
133 Bluestone Circuit
Seventeen Mile Rocks
Ph: +61 (07) 3714-5700
Fax: +61 (07) 3715-8813
Cockatoo Island Seawall Seepage Barrier
Sysbohr’s thunder down under!
Sysbohr components were successfully applied on a challenging project at the Cockatoo island iron ore mine off the Kimberley coast in the northwest of Western Australia. The mine was recently expanded up to about 50 m (165 ft) below sea level using staged construction to create a rock fill seawall around the open cut mining operation. The “stage 4" expansion utilised an innovative seepage barrier solution using a grout curtain to provide the necessary cutoff to allow access to high-grade ore, while protecting the mine from inundation by the sea.
Vöbu, Geotherm & Mawev 2015
Many thanks to all customers, distributors, partners and other interested guests for the visit of our booths at the Vöbu, Geotherm and Mawev fairs in 2015. As in previous years we look back to sucessful fairs with a lot of good contacts and interesting discussions. Thank you for your visit.
Many thanks to all customers
Many thanks to all customers, partners and interested visitors who we have been pleased to welcome on our stand on the occasion of the GEOFLUID 2012 in Piacenza. It was a great pleasure for us having met you there and having got the opportunity for interesting talks and contacts!
Danke für Ihren Messebesuch
Vielen Dank allen Besuchern, die unseren Stand auf der GEOFLUID 2012 in Piacenza besucht haben. Wir konnten auch in diesem Jahr wieder zahlreiche Besucher auf unserem Messestand begrüßen und interessante Kontakte knüpfen. Wir danken allen Kunden, Partnern und Interessenten für den Besuch und die anregenden Gespräche.
Aschaffenburg construction company and Sysbohr with its cooperation partner Bohrtech actively supported motorway expansion
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 08.04.2011, Nr. 83, S. 62
Autobahn A3 – Sysbohr supported slope stabilization
Due to a slope slide during three-lane expansion project oft he A3 next to Waldaschaff (near Frankfurt and Aschaffendburg), the contruction operations had to be interrupted immediately. This threatened to cause a serious delay to the project.
Sysbohr were involved in resolving this unforeseen occurrence. One of their drilling systems was used to fill up drilling holes with metal rods and subsequent cement grout. This action helped to stabilize the slope.
Another service Sysbohr provided was with their hydraulic casing lifter fitted to an excavator. The assistance was also a device factor in keeping to the given time schedule.