"Using one casing size for leaner drilling production makes it possible to deliver an in-demand service to customers," explained Chris White, MGS technical sales engineer.
The system comprises a specially designed drive head with integrated keyways for a stronger more robust coupling and easier head removal, drive collar, spacer rod, sample casing and drive shoe to provide 76, 86, 101, 116 and 131mm samples.
MGS will also be displaying the Pagani TG63-150 CPTu rig and TGAS-08 which, together with the new MGS DataHub, transfer data from the field direct to Keynetix Cloud. The rig is then going to Brunel University, in a partnership between MGS and Pagani, where it will be used as part of education, technical development and research.
In addition to these new developments, MGS will also have the Tecop TEC 130/130 RAM SPT unit at Geotechnica.
At this year's event, the MGS stand will showcase the four cornerstones of the company's site investigation business: drilling installation and consumables, Pagani CPTu and Tecop drilling rigs, drilling tooling, and water monitoring divers. With a new technical focus, the MGS stand is divided into these four areas with specialist technical sales staff on hand with interactive displays, new data sheets.