Soil Boring with Wash Boring Method

wash boring
wash boring

Wash boring is a relatively old method of boring small-diameter exploratory holes in fine-grained cohesive and non-cohesive soils. It was widely used in the USA in the first half of this century, but has been largely replaced by power auger methods. It is still used in areas of the world where labour is relatively cheap, for example southern Brazil. Continue reading “Soil Boring with Wash Boring Method”