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Directional boring is a method of installing underground lines such as water or drain lines, sewer lines, gas lines, oil lines, power lines, as well as cables and communication lines. Directional boring is used in the following areas to ensure the free flow of water, sewer, or any communication line.
Directional boring starts with the receiving hole and the entrance pits. These pits collect the drilling fluid and minimize the cost to prevent excessive waste.
The location and guidance of the drill is a very important part of the drilling operation. While the drilling head is underground, it's not visible from the ground surface. The proper location and drill head guidance prevents destruction possibilities.
With the help of a viscous fluid known as drilling fluid, horizontal directional drilling is performed. It is a mixture of water and usually bentonite or polymer, which is continuously pumped in to the cutting head or drill bit to facilitate the removal of cuttings, to stabilize the bore hole, to cool the cutting head, and to lubricate the passage of the pipe.