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Dendrochronological borer 300/20/12

(core drill, incrementborer)


Custom made tool for dendrochronological purpose with special coating for enhanced boring-ejection. Field of application: dry deciduous and coniferous wood.

Technical datasheet
Total length

External diameter
Internal diameter
suitable for samples with a max. length of
Bolt for drill chuck mounting

Essential tool set

1.Fence made from plastic

2.Round steel bar for the extraction of samples from
   the core drill

3.Cutter-hook for the extraction of samples from
   the object under
investigation, suitable for samples
   up to ca. 250mm


Price list

Core drill, for deciduous and coniferous
Three-part toolset

The core-drill and the toolset may also be hired.
Lending fee for one month

The lending fee will be taken into account of a later purchase.

Re-sharpening service

Reshaping and grinding of older types of core drills
Removal of old coating, application of new coating

300 mm

19 mm

12 mm

220 mm

12 mm

€ 335,00

€   31,00

€   67,00

€   24,50

€   52,00

€   80,00

All Prices to be understood without VAT, packing and postage. Price list is valid from January 2022. All former price lists hereby lose validity.

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FR, Normandy: A workshop for carpenters at the Château de Gaillon, 25.05. - 02.06.2013

and some more Dendrodates  for the Normandy.

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NL, Schoonebeek - southern Drenthe area:

A systematical acquisition of the historical building stock

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DE, Eastern Frisia - Romanesque churches:

Serial investigation of wooden roofs

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NL, 's-Hertogenbosch:

Is it possible to localize
historical town fires using Dendrochronology?

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FR, Normandy:

Renaissance of Granges after the Hundred Years' War

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NL, Terborg:

Archaeologists discovered a
big medieval settlement area

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RO, Central Romania:

Enigmatic medieval carpentry

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