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Explorer Series Support Crawler

  • 6,000 lbs. load capacity
  • Universal base plate with pre-drilled holes
  • Rubber tracks for all terrains and low impact
  • Two auxiliary hydraulic circuits
  • Optional load sense pump


EX55 Explorer Series Support Crawler Overview

The EX55 Support Crawler compliments the process of shot hole drilling. Its rear deck with storage compartments and rod rack are used to carry support materials needed for preparing the holes for seismic recording, and for back-up drill rod that minimizes unplanned downtime. Like the EX300S Drill, the Support Crawler has the same track vehicle platform with rubber tracks, off-road terrain capability, and 7-mph travel speed. Operators will be familiar with driving requirements for both the drill and the support crawler, and service parts and maintenance are compatible. The Support Crawler can be custom configured to carry the optional mud pump or other equipment options upon request.

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EX55 Explorer Series Support Crawler Product Specifications


Engine Kubota 46hp V2203 Diesel
Track Drive Hydrostatic 2 Speed Range
Auxiliary Hydraulic 2 Circuits – Open Loop
Aux. Hydraulic Flow 3,000 psi | 7.5 gpm
Track Width 12.5” | 320 mm
Width at Tracks 60” | 1600 mm
Overall Length 136” | 3460 mm
Height at R.O.P.s 93” | 2350 mm
Bed Height 28” | 710 mm
Bed Plate Size 76” x 60” | 1930 mm x 1,525 mm
Payload Capacity 6,000 lbs | 2725 kg
Weight (no weight) 3,880 lbs | 1760 kg
Gross Weight Rating 10,680 lbs | 4847 kg
Travel Speed (2 speed) 0-3.5 mph | 3.6-7.0 mph
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 gal | 45 l
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  • Seismic Exploration

    When it comes to drilling shallow depth shot holes for seismic exploration, productivity is measured by holes drilled per day. Often these holes are 20-30 feet in depth, spread out across varying conditions that could be flat, hilly, soft or hard ground, farm fields, or land covered in brush or trees, or rocks. Fecon manufactures the EX300S which is configured to have what the crew needs where it is needed with as few steps as possible to maximize drill time.

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