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March 28, 2006
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Terex Reedrill / LLamada manufactures the model CKR120 foundation auger drill. This drill's design provides the flexibility to accommodate three different types of drilling operations - drilled shaft, continuous flight auger (CFA) and diaphragm wall - from one base unit. The CKR120 is capable of delivering 133,000 ft./lbs. of torque and full depth/full auger capabilities to 141 feet for drilled shafts, 68 feet for CFA drilling, and up to 105 feet for diaphragm wall projects. The CKR120 also offers an expandable undercarriage that provides a 360-degree operating range. In addition, its extendable boom is engineered to allow for greater reach and drill radius.

Terex Reedrill / LLamada, Card No. 94

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