6 Inch SD6 High Air Pressure DTH Hammer With Foot Valve is based on proven and professional technology, designed and manufactured specially for a variety of hard engineering conditions. Compared to other tools on the market, its performance is at the high end. Indeed, it is faster, lighter, easier to repair, so as to have s longer service life. Engineering situations that can be applied include residential geothermal, underground mining and tunneling, surface mining and quarries, water well drilling and construction work.
LEANOMS DTH hammers are built to last and manufactured to an exceptional standard, with an aperture range of 3.5 "to 24" and a maximum diameter of 32 ". 6-inch SD6 DTH Hammer With Foot Valvehammers are the most commonly used hammers in various projects. In order to deal with the hard conditions of different projects., we produce a variety of DTH hammers for our customers. The following is the specification information of 6-inch SD6 DTH hammers:
|SD6 DTH Hammer With Foot Valve|
|Bit Shank||SD6||Hole Range||Φ152-190mm||Connection Thread||API 3 1/2" Reg|
|Working Pressure||10-25Bar / 1-2.5Mpa||Speed Recommend||25-50rpm||Pull Force Recommend||11KN|
Key Features and Benefits
Outstanding productivity: Optimized the internal structure and advanced hammer designs increase the penetration rate and productivity in engineering projects.
Perfect applicability: LEANOMS DTH hammer With Foot Valve is flexible, and designed to satisfy various drilling cases. We know it and our aim is to help you meet your production targets in smarter, faster and more cost efficient ways.
Long lasting : A simple and sturdy design makes the hammer have fewer failures and low maintenance costs. The thickness of the product can fully ensure the wear resistance of the hammer, so as to make service life longer.
6 inch DTH hammer is a widely used size for mining, quarrying, water well drilling and many other construction projects.
A comprehensive range of drilling tools means that you can find the most suitable products here, at LEANOMS.