Epiroc Drilling Tools

Rock Drilling Tools

PO Box 521, SE-737 25 Fagersta, Sweden



In 2018, Atlas Copco will grow into two separate global groups of companies. Epiroc Drilling Tools is a division within Epiroc which develops, manufactures and markets rock drilling tools worldwide. The division is headquartered in Fagersta, Sweden, and has production in six continents.

Epiroc Drilling Tools knows a thing or two about rock. Our earliest experience of mining and steel dates back to the 14th Century. In the intervening 700 years we like to think we’ve acquired a measure of expertise – a fact perhaps best reflected by our history of innovation and our comprehensive selection of rock drilling tools. Over the years Epiroc Drilling Tools has met the needs of mining and construction companies, quarry and water well drillers the world over with continuously improved products.

Lasting relations

Sustainability is basically a very simple principle: Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, directly or indirectly, on our natural environment. Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which we all can exist in productive harmony with the nature, fulfilling the social, economic and other requirements of present and future generations.

Sustainability is important to making sure that we have and will continue to have, unpolluted water, materials, and resources to protect human health and our environment.

Minding that, our products are constantly in a developing state, where we strive to increase penetration rates, decrease the use of lubricant oils and increase the working life on entire drill strings. This means less influence on the surrounding environment as well as more lucrative business opportunities for all our customers.

We also take great pride in taking it all a step further by developing faster and more efficient grinding machines so that our customers can make the absolute most of our drill bits. Worn down button bits will slow down the whole drilling operation with escalating working hours and rig running costs as a direct consequence. Rapidly reground drill bits reduce the overall drilling costs by up to 30 percent. Grinding is therefore essential for productivity.

Fundamental for all of this is our commitment to all our customers. We have spent hours and hours on-site, listening, learning and helping our customers get the best out of their rigs and our Secoroc products. We have built up a service support resource, providing hands-on experience from all types of applications and by that – we have built lasting customer relations that cover everything from product and application training to stock management and customized contracts.

This is what we call sustainable productivity.

Secoroc Powerbit – new power in tophammer surface drilling

Powerbit is the all new range of tophammer drill bits for surface drilling from Epiroc Drilling Tools. They’re built to take on any rock, from hard to soft, and from abrasive to non-abrasive. These bits last much longer. They give the drillers more meters before the first regrind, and many more meters between the regrinds. With Secoroc Powerbit, drillers are guaranteed to get more performance from each bit.

Secoroc Magnum SR – a revolution in drifting

The trend in tunnelling and drifting is clear: the hydraulic rigs are ever more powerful and the rounds longer. Naturally, this places rigorous demands on drillstrings. Enter Secoroc Magnum SR, the next generation of drifting equipment. The key is a patented design; the rods and bits may look like standard drifting equipment but the thread is actually conical in shape. For example, the Magnum SR35 thread has a rod end diameter of 35mm, while the tip is 32mm. This means more material at the rod end to prevent breakage and less tendency for deviation when collaring. There are currently three models available: Magnum SR28, and SR35 and the Magnum SR Straight for exceptionally straight holes.

Epiroc Control Tower – The Digital Mine in Action

The recently inaugurated Control Tower located in Epiroc facilities in Örebro, Sweden, is designed to be an innovation arena to collaborate around, explore and develop automation and information management solutions.

Remote-Control your Epiroc Scooptram with New Automation Package

For greater safety and efficiency in underground mining, Epiroc releases a number of automation features for the Scooptram underground loader. The Scooptram Automation Regular package allows the Scooptram to be controlled through an operator station from a remote location.

Atlas Copco to Focus on Automation at MINExpo 2016

Atlas Copco will focus on automation at MINExpo 2016, 26-28 September, Las Vegas, US. The company's booth will showcase a wide range of solutions aimed at tackling many of today's toughest challenges in the mining industry.

Secoroc TRB – Making Chips out of Soft Rock

Atlas Copco Secoroc presents the all-new Secoroc TRB drill bit range - the latest in soft rock drilling. Aimed at production drillers, this unique drill bit offers a greater penetration rate than any other bit - a penetration rate that is also sustainable throughout the bit’s service life.

Atlas Copco Takes Full Ownership in Focus and Prisma in India

Atlas Copco (India) has exercised an option to buy the remaining 75% of shares in Focus Rocbit and Prisma Roctools. The acquisitions will strengthen the Group’s position in the market for drill bits and hammers. Atlas Copco acquired 25% of the companies in April 2008. Focus is a manuf

The New Secoroc TC35 – The Latest Innovation in Bench Drilling

Based on the same technology as the Secoroc Magnum SR underground drilling system, the new Secoroc TC35 can now offer the same advantages to bench drillers; straighter holes, longer rod service life, quicker bit changes and extension drilling from 51mm holes. The Secoroc TC35 is an ide

Epiroc Drilling Tools AB

PO Box 521

SE-737 25 Fagersta

Sweden

+46 223 46100 +46 223 46101 www.epiroc.com