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Drill and casing system eases Dorset anchors Highly faulted rock in the Swanage cliffs made the building of a massive retaining wall a fraught affair until a new drilling system was brought in.

Swanage in Dorset is renowned as one of the loveliest stretches of coastal landscape in England. But, as rock anchoring contractor Ritchies discovered, stabilising its areas of highly faulted rock was fraught with problems until a new drilling system from Sandvik came to the rescue.

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