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White Rhino Reaming Shells

The reaming shell is an integral part of a diamond drilling system and acts as a coupling between the core bit and the outer barrel. It reams the hole to the proper size, and stabilizes the bottom of the drill string.


Fordia White Rhino and Black Rhino reaming shells are made with high-quality, synthetic and natural diamonds, embedded in a highly resistant matrix. The friction-resistant tungsten carbide inserts found on the leading edges of the ring provide additional protection and increased lifespan.


White Rhino - 6 inch

6 inch White Rhino (15 cm) reaming shell features one diamond ring, which is standard and effective in the majority of competent bore holes. It is used for every kind of rock hardness or ground condition and is the minimum reamer requirement to provide minimum stabilization.


  • One large ring completely covered with quality diamonds
  • Leading edges protected with tungsten carbide inserts for longer lifespan

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We are happy to announce that as of August 2, 2021, all Canadian Fordia offices will be making drill rigs available to their customers. In an earlier blog this year, we announced that drill rigs would be available for sale in the USA and that proved to be successful, so Canada will now join the USA in adding drill rigs to their portfolio of drilling equipment for the mineral exploration industry.

The mineral exploration industry has seen a lot of change in the last few years. One of the most common challenges is finding employees. Between the cyclic nature of the industry and the recent pandemic, many experienced drillers have left and replacing them has been difficult for many companies.

At the beginning of the year, we decided to update our popular eGuides so our customers would have the latest and greatest information. We started with our most popular guide on choosing the right core bit and are now in the process of taking each guide and updating its information to represent the many changes that have occurred over the last few years.

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