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August 2009

The need to use a heavy duty rock drilling mast to stabilise a rail embankment required the CAT 345 with heavy lifting capability on this rail project near Tamworth. With 20m outreach the rig was able to drill soil nails to depths in excess of 15 metres which greatly increased the rate of productivity.

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