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CZM Drilling Rigs

Manufactured in the USA on CAT bases

Rent or buy

CZM Drilling Rigs

We pride ourselves on our stellar customer service. When you call RPI Construction Equipment during office hours, you are always greeted by our staff (not a recording). We respond to emails and answer our mobile phones when the office is closed. Should you have a problem at your job site, we make it our priority to get you back on schedule by arriving on the same day or next day from your service request. Our customers are our number one concern. Consider us when planning for your next job!

We stock a fleet of well-maintained CZM drilling rigs available for rental or sale. We are a certified service center for CZM Foundation Equipment. Our team can travel to your site in a service truck with a crane or you can opt to send your rig to our shop for repair. CZM drilling rigs are made in the USA on CAT Next Gen bases. Here are some of the advantages of using CZM drilling rigs:

  • Full line of drilling rig types available including standard mast, short mast, long reach, micropile, and cable crowd. These drill rigs are built with extendable undercarriages and they vary in size from 60,000 pound to 217,600 pound operation weight.
  • Wide range of applications including kelly bar drilling with cylinder crowd, caissons, drilled shafts, conductor, ratholes, cellar, landfill drilling, low overhead space for transmission and power line foundations, double rotary for secant walls, segmented casing, CFA (continuous flight auger), jet grouting, auger cast, displacement piles, cased CFA, and soil mixing.
  • Parts in stock with fast road service response times to minimize downtime.
  • Compact self-contained machine design with fast set up and single-load transport on EK160, EK125, EK90, and EK65.
  • Durable and reliable design with low operating costs.
  • Competitive pricing for rental, sale, and service.

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