Directional Drills - Utility Installation

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Horizontal Directional Drills | Vermeer Equipment
 
From a heritage of underground utility installation going back decades, Vermeer has been a market leader and innovator in the horizontal directional drill industry for more than 20 years.
 
With a range of size and power offerings across our drill lineup, Vermeer has made a commitment to helping you tackle jobs in the tightest spaces and in the most difficult ground conditions, helping to maximize your productivity and improve your efficiency as you work to meet demanding deadlines.

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D60x90 S3 Navigator®Horizontal Directional Drill | Vermeer Underground Equipment

The D60x90 S3 offers the next generation of power and control. Designed with operator ease and comfort in mind, it is significantly more powerful and quieter than its predecessor — with the interactive Aurora™ digital display to help you get the job done faster and more efficiently. The D60x90 S3 packs all these valuable benefits into a modest footprint — making it an ideal fit for large commercial or confined urban jobsites. With up to 60,000 lb (266.9 kN) of thrust and pullback — an impressive 17 hp (13 kW) increase over its previous model (D60x90) — the D60x90 S3 is the drill that will take your operation to a whole new level of productivity.

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D6x6 NAVIGATOR® Horizontal Directional Drill

Recent news

February 24, 2017
Vermeer has bolstered its industry-leading line of HDD tooling and accessories with the addition of the Silver Series drill rod. Building on the tradition of the acclaimed Firestick® drill rod, Silver Series drill rod gives contractors a quality aftermarket drill rod at an economic price.

October 24, 2016
Vermeer has created a partnership with the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) — Iowa’s largest two-year college serving more than 75,000 students — to certify the Vermeer HDD Circuit training program.

July 21, 2016
New drill also features almost 11 percent increase in carriage speed, reduced sound levels