List of Available Machine

Drilling Mud Pump Motor


  • Model: XCMG XZ2200
  • Tonnage: 220 tons
  • Year of Production: 2020
  • Operating Hours: 1200 hours
  • Drill Rods: 150 pieces
  • Weight: 31000kg
  • Max back reamer diameter: 1500mm
  • External Pump: 1500
  • Mud Tank Capacity: 20 cubic meters
  • Shale Shaker: Unused
  • Price: 325000USD

How does a mud motor work
  • Model: XCMG XZ450OPLUS
  • Year of Production: 2021
  • Operating Hours: 1200 hours
  • Tonnage: 45 tons
  • Drill Rods: 100 pieces of 89mm rods
  • Max back reamer diameter: 900mm
  • Drill Bit: Included
  • Power Divider: Included
  • Price: 70000 USD


  • Model: XCMG 1350
  • Tonnage: 135 tons
  • Year of Production: 2022
  • Operating Hours: Just over 100 hours (almost new)
  • Drill Rods: 100 pieces of 114mm rods
  • Max back reamer diameter: Ranging from 500 to 1350
  • Guided Drill Bit: Included
  • Power Divider: Included
  • Price: 175000USD

What is a Second-Hand HDD Machine?

  • A second-hand Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) machine is a previously owned and used piece of equipment designed for drilling horizontal wells for installing underground utilities. The brand of HDD Machine that we have are: XCMG, DRILLTO and Goodeng.

How Much Can You Save?

  • Savings vary depending on factors like age, condition, and model, but purchasing a second-hand HDD machine can result in savings of anywhere from 20% to 50% (or even more) compared to buying a brand-new unit.

Benefits of Buying a Second-Hand HDD Machine

  • Cost Savings: Significant reduction in purchase price compared to a new machine.
  • Lower Depreciation: Used machines generally depreciate at a slower rate.
  • Immediate Availability: Potentially quicker delivery and commissioning times.
  • Tested Performance: Previous owners may have worked out initial kinks or faults.
  • Environmental Sustainability: Reusing equipment can be more environmentally responsible.

When You Buy a Second-Hand HDD Machine, You Should Consider

  • Inspection: A comprehensive inspection to assess wear, damage, and functionality.
  • Machine’s History: Investigate previous usage, maintenance records, and any past issues.
  • Warranty: Determine if any warranties or guarantees apply.
  • Parts Availability: Ensure spare parts are readily available.
  • Legal Compliance: Confirm the legality of the sale and clear ownership.
  • Compatibility: Ensure the machine meets your specific operational needs.
  • Resale Value: Consider the potential resale value if you plan to sell the machine later.

Why Consider These Factors?

  • Ensures Quality: Proper inspection and understanding of history help guarantee that the machine is in good working condition.
  • Avoids Legal Complications: Ensuring legal compliance and clear ownership prevents potential legal problems.
  • Matches Needs: Assessing compatibility ensures the machine fits your specific requirements.
  • Long-Term Value: Considering factors like warranty and resale value ensures that the machine remains a valuable asset.
  • Supports Informed Decisions: Overall, these considerations support a well-informed purchasing decision, mitigating risks and aligning with your goals and budget.