Almost everything is possible

In the last five decades, KLEMM Bohrtechnik has decisively contributed to the development of the drilling systems that are currently available on the market. As a result, the company has a product range that covers almost all drilling applications. The listing shows what is possible.

Rotary drilling with standard augers, auger drillingcloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Ground stabilisation with dry granulate displacement columns (CSV method)
  • Detection bores for unexploded ordnance
  • typical
  • possible
Rotary drilling with hollow stem augercloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • Detection bores for unexploded ordnance
  • Exploration bores
  • typical
  • possible
Rotary drilling with displacement augercloseopen
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • typical
  • possible
Rotary drilling with single rodcloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Excavation pit securing with self-drilling anchors
  • Excavation pit securing with screw anchors
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Buoyancy securing by self-drilling anchors
  • Slope stabilization by self-drilling anchors
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations by self-drilling anchors
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Foundations with micro-piles in the soil mixing method
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Ground stabilisation in tunnel construction by shield injections
  • Blast-hole drilling
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • Detection bores for unexploded ordnance
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with rotary drive (DUPLEX)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drilling for geothermal heat loops
  • Bores for extinguishing pipes
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • Detection bores for unexploded ordnance
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with DUO gearscloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Drilling for geothermal heat loops
  • Bores for extinguishing pipes
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Rotary drilling with downhole hammercloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations by casing-reinforced overburden bored piles with rock socketing
  • Blast-hole drilling
  • typical
  • possible
Rotarypercussive drilling with hydraulic hammercloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor below groundwater level
  • Excavation pit securing with self-drilling anchors
  • Excavation pit securing with screw anchors
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Buoyancy securing by self-drilling anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by self-drilling anchors
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations by self-drilling anchors
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with hydraulic hammer (rotary-percussive)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with double head drilling system (rotation - rotation)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor below groundwater level
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drilling for geothermal heat loops
  • Bores for extinguishing pipes
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with double head drilling system (rotation - rotation) with downhole hammercloseopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Foundations by casing-reinforced overburden bored piles with rock socketing
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drilling for geothermal heat loops
  • Bores for extinguishing pipes
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with double head drilling system (rotation - rotarypercussion)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor below groundwater level
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Vibrorotative drilling with single rod (rotation - vibration)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Excavation pit securing with self-drilling anchors
  • Excavation pit securing with screw anchors
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Buoyancy securing by self-drilling anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by self-drilling anchors
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations by self-drilling anchors
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Foundations with micro-piles in the soil mixing method
  • Ground stabilisation by freeze bores
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with vibration drive (rotation - vibration)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling with dual vibration drive (rotation - vibration - rotation)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor below groundwater level
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Cavity filling (e.g. in case of subsidence damage)
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
Overburden drilling - vibration double head drilling system (rotation-vibration and rotation-impact)closeopen
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor
  • Excavation pit securing with grouted anchor below groundwater level
  • Buoyancy securing by grouted piles
  • Slope stabilization by grouted anchors
  • Slope stabilization by grouted piles
  • Foundations by grouted piles
  • Foundations with reinforced in-situ concrete micro-piles
  • Drainage bores and groundwater control
  • typical
  • possible
High pressure injection 1 – phase systemcloseopen
  • Foundations with micro-piles in the soil mixing method
  • Ground stabilisation by horizontal compensation grouting
  • Subsoil improvement by compaction injection (HPI columns)
  • Dam sealing and vertical cut-off walls with HPI
  • Underpinning with HPI
  • Ground stabilisation in tunnel construction by shield injections
  • typical
  • possible
High pressure injection 2 – phase systemcloseopen
  • Subsoil improvement by compaction injection (HPI columns)
  • Creation of horizontal cut-off layers by HPI injection
  • Dam sealing and vertical cut-off walls with HPI
  • Underpinning with HPI
  • typical
  • possible
High pressure injection 3 – phase systemcloseopen
  • Subsoil improvement by compaction injection (HPI columns
  • Creation of horizontal cut-off layers by HPI injection
  • Dam sealing and vertical cut-off walls with HPI
  • Underpinning with HPI
  • typical
  • possible
Reverse circulation drilling systemcloseopen
  • Exploration bores
  • typical
  • possible
Wireline drilling systemcloseopen
  • Exploration bores
  • typical
  • possible