Numa has announced the addition of Jared Griffiths as a field technician. The addition of Griffiths expands the field support team that has been synonymous with Numa for the past 30 years.

“Numa continues to support our customers both in engineering of superior products and on the jobsite technical support,” says Numa President Ralph Leonard. “The relationship with our customers is paramount to our success and we are committed to providing expertise in the field where it is needed most. Jared’s addition further reinforces Numa’s dedication to being a trusted partner with our customers on the jobsite and beyond.”

In this role, Griffiths will support Numa customers on hammer startups and ongoing technical support. He will advise drillers on best practices for using Numa products including critical insights on drill prep, assembly, air pressure, weight on bit, rotation speed and drilling techniques to optimize performance. His role also includes consulting and test engineering to determine the most appropriate hammer and bits for ground conditions being encountered on jobs.

Griffiths has worked his way up through Numa’s manufacturing and field operations teams, holding a wide range of roles that has given him an unparalleled depth of understanding of DTH products. In addition to providing field support, Griffiths has previously held positions where he manufactured hammer and bit parts in addition to roles where he was responsible for assembly and repairs.  All of Griffiths’ experience provides drillers a critical resource with in-depth knowledge into how Numa products are built, how they operate and how customers can best maximize performance.

Numa is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of down-hole hammers and bits for drilling vertical, horizontal, and reverse circulation holes from 3½ to 48 inches in diameter. Numa’s products are used in more than 105 countries, drilling in a wide range of industries including construction, foundation, micro piling, oil and gas, quarry, mining, utility, geothermal, environmental, horizontal, and water well. To learn more, go to