The powerful new drill helps contractors maximize the efficiency and safety of drilling vertical holes for the pins used to secure temporary concrete traffic barriers.
Air-driven and self-propelled, the Minnich concrete barrier wall drill straddles and rides along the top of the temporary wall. A tethered controller enables the operator to simultaneously drill three accurate, consistent pin holes through pre-molded holes in the wall, through the road, into the sub-base while positioned on the non-traffic side of the barrier.
Designed for operator safety
Minnich engineers designed the Minnich concrete barrier wall drill not only to provide contractors with significant efficiency benefits, but also to maximize operator safety.
The drill keeps workers from the rigors of manual drilling and allows them to drill pin holes on the non-traffic side of the barrier wall, away from live traffic. Additionally, the tethered controller removes the operator from excess debris and dust.
Minnich can customize the Minnich concrete barrier wall drill to fit F-shape barriers, Jersey barriers or any other barrier wall profile. The drill spacing and hole depth of the Minnich concrete barrier wall drill are fully adjustable. The unit can be easily moved with a forklift and loaded onto the wall with a backhoe or service crane.