No gearbox or sump plug? The SEDA GearboxDrillingMachine is a highly efficiency solution to drain waste oils from engines, transmissions and rear differentials.
The SEDA GearboxDrillingMachine removes waste oil by drilling into the oil casings or pans. The height adjustment and drill speed are controlled by means of a gas spring and the foot pedal. Following the drilling process a specially designed rubber boot maintains the suction pressure to allow a virtually spill free drainage.
The product is designed to drain waste oils without the need for the operator to attend the process after the initial setup.
The Gearbox drill allows an easy and efficient drainage of engines, transmissions and rear differentials without or with compromised drainage plugs. An optional funnel serves as an additional time saving convenience to drain waste oils.
The first pieces of suction hose is made transparent to allow visual control of the drainage process. A set of distance sleeves prevents accidentally drilling too deep in a gearbox and potentially damaging the drill bit on hardened gears. Proper use of distance sleeves is imperative for drill and drill bit longevity.
The SEDA GearboxDrillingMachine is a flexible system that can be used in a variety of settings. The robust device can be mounted either on a mobile base with wheels or on a swing arm with integrated suction hoses.
Spare parts are readily available and are easy to assemble. A special set of spare part is included.