GRI Software helps automate, lower guided boring operations

February 1997
Underground Construction;Feb97, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p72
Trade Publication
Presents information about the DrillPath software program introduced by Gas Research Institute (GRI) to automate and lower the cost of guided boring operations used for installing steel and plastic pipelines. Functions of the software; Disadvantage of the traditional directional drilling equipment.


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