Plant Services, Inc

Plant Services, Inc


Industrial Drill

Industrial Drill

Industrial Drill

The aim of automatic drilling machines is to reduce human intervention to a minimum. An automatic drill press is an ideal option for all types of heavy-duty machines to work with metal. Its solid base ensures constant and exact drilling by sitting right on the metal or wood you want to cut through. A combination of information technology tools and control systems is used to implement automated drilling.

There are different projects that can be executed on a drilling machine, like core drilling, step drilling, plane drilling, trepanning, tapping, reaming, etc. They are commonly used in metalworking, woodworking, fabrication, utility, and construction projects.

Key Benefits of an AutoDrill Unit

High accuracy and finish: Automatic drills can accomplish high levels of accuracy for tasks that are time-consuming and tedious for humans to execute.

Flexibility: The flexibility of the integrated auto driller will depend on its specific configuration. Depending on the work needed, you can get a device that is flexible or specific for a particular task.

Repeatability & Consistency: You can repeat the same task as many times with the same consistency when using an auto drill. The level of consistency offered by an automatic drill is beyond what you can achieve on your own.

Cost-effective in the long run: While a state-of-the-art driller may have a higher price tag, subsequent costs of production reduce over time due to consistency, repeatability, reduced labor, and an increase in the speed of production need.

Factors to Consider

Here is a quick outlook of important factors you need to consider before purchasing a machine from AutoDrill:

Drill Size: Select a drill size based on the type of materials you are working on and the maximum cutting size.

Motor Speed: This is represented by rotations per minute (RPM) and is the measurement of the maximum speed a drilling machine bit is rotated by the device. The rating of the motor speed of the drill bit range between 20 and 4000+ RPM. Some drillers offer variable speed settings that allow you to control the output of the speed on the cutting material and the requirement of the project.

Power Source: The power source of a drill press allows you to know the amount of power your drill needs to operate perfectly. If you are looking for an industrial drill, then you want to choose a model with higher amps and RPM.

Choosing an Industrial Drill

At AutoDrill, we offer heavy-duty automatic drills for various applications, including large-hole operations. Our 5000 Series AutoDrill can handle any form of a commercial project. Its features make it easy to operate and maintain, even while it is an extremely capable unit. Shop for the right drill for your needs today!


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Thank you for coming to our website. It is my hope that when you put your mouse down and decide to take action for your facility needs, that we’ve given you enough information for you to make PSI your first call for your specialty contracting needs.

I formed PSI to provide a better, more polished product for our customers in the power and petrochemical industries. To provide “old school” service that was based upon a handshake, and where a service company does just that, provide service. Not only provide service, but provide only the best service, with spot-on pricing, punctuality, professionalism and utilizes a “service with a smile” approach. The company, much like myself has modest roots, remains humble in its demeanor and yet is very driven to succeed and be the very best at what we do.

Mike Bosse

Mike Bosse

Lead Technician

Mike has been with PSI since Late 2014, when he moved over to Billings, MT from Chicago to join our work family.

Mike has been working in the petrochemical industry since he was 19 and has developed quite a few specialty skills over the years. Mike’s certified in multiple PSI service lines such as Isolation/Hydros and torqueing and on-stream leak sealing.

“Bosse” as we refer to him, is another part of our very talented and exciting MT crews. Committed, caring and very personable, Mike is a favorite of our customers and is usually asked for by name when they call in for service work. We enjoy seeing Mike’s bright, smiling face every day around here. He just brings joy to everything he does and is a superb member of our Plant Services, Inc. family.

Sean Carney

Sean Carney

National Technical Operations Manager

Sean has over 13 years of specialty contracting experience and has been with PSI for over 10+ years. Sean started in this industry at a very young age, so despite barely being in his 30’s, Sean has collected decades of experience and has earned his right to manage all of PSI’s territory offices. Sean is a life-long Montana native and grew up in the farm fields just outside of Billings right near the PSI corporate office.

Sean has obtained training and certification in just about every service line PSI has to offer. From Leak Sealing to Hot Taps and Line Stops, Sean’s mastery of these services lines is the baseline that provides him the knowledge to lead our offices to provide only the pinnacle of services to our valued customers.

Sean has the unique background in that he apprenticed at PSI while he was in high school. Seeing things literally from the ground up, as well as working his way up with hard work, dedication and a zest for specialty contracting, Sean’s vision for the future of PSI sets us all up for success. Customer service is core to Sean’s beliefs, and he is our cheerleader to our troops that quality customer service is not easy but is worth it every time and is the only service acceptable here at PSI. Give Sean a call and see what he can do for your specialty needs.