Minnich dowel pin drills provide innovative solutions that maximize the efficiency and safety of dowel pin drilling an integral process in road and runway construction projects. Available in a myriad of sizes and configurations, Minnich provides a dowel-pin drill for virtually any application. Offered in both on-grade and on-slab models, and ranging in capacities from a single drill up to a five-gang drill unit, Minnich’s dowel pin drills are as versatile as they are efficient. Minnich dowel pin drills have been used on roadway and airport runway jobs around the globe.
Minnich concrete barrier special application drill
The barrier-mounted drill is built to ride along the top of the wall and drill three holes simultaneously. The self-propelled machine runs off an air compressor, while a tethered controller allows the operator to move the machine to its desired location, make adjustments and operate the drills to nail down the temporary concrete barriers. By having a tethered controller, the operator is removed from debris and dust. It keeps workers from drilling holes manually and allows workers to be on the non-traffic side of the barrier wall to keep them away from live traffic.
Minnich A-1 Series drill
Minnich A-1 Series single-drill, on-grade units enable contractors to maximize versatility and work efficiently in tight spaces. A-1 Series machines can be configured to drill four ways — horizontally, vertically, into a wall or six inches from a corner — eliminating the need for additional equipment or conversion kits. The A-1 Series includes models that can fit into 36- and 48-inch cutouts with their wheels on, making repositioning easy. For jobs in even closer quarters, the A-1 Series offers drill options for 24- and 30-inch openings.
Minnich self-propelled wireless drill
Minnich A-3SCW/A-4SCW/A-5SCW on-slab self-propelled wireless units increase drilling efficiency, accuracy and safety. Wireless remote control technology enables operators to drill up to five holes at once and drive down the slab to drill the next set of holes — all while standing in the grade away from the equipment. From this clear vantage point, operators can drill faster and more accurately while avoiding dust, debris and obstacles. Power crab steering further boosts efficiency by letting operators drive down the slab without raising and lowering the drill bed.