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Portable Handheld Pneumatic Air Leg Rock Drill has many advantages, such as reasonable design, light weight, high efficiency, fast drilling velocity, low consumption convenient operation, low trouble rate, long life parts, and good economic effect.
It is a material processing and fluid stone treatment that needs to be relocated. It is commonly used in construction waste treatment, sand and gravel yard, mining, coal mining, concrete mixing plant, dry mortar, power plant desulfurization and other fields.
Rock drill is a tool for directly mining stone. It drills holes in the rock layers so that explosives can be put into them to blast the rocks, thus completing the quarrying of stones or other stonework projects. In addition, the rock drill can also be used as a destructor to break hard layers such as concrete. According to its power source, rock drills can be divided into four categories: pneumatic rock drill, internal combustion rock drill, electric rock drill and hydraulic rock drill.
The internal combustion rock drill does not need to replace the internal parts of the head, but only needs to move the handle as required to operate. The utility model has the advantages of convenient operation, more time-saving and labor saving, fast chiseling speed and high efficiency. When drilling holes in rock, the maximum depth of vertical and horizontal drilling can be up to 6m.
The machine can be used in high mountains, flat lands, hot areas of 40 ° or cold areas of minus 40 °. It has a wide range of adaptability.
The application scope of the equipment includes building demolition, geological exploration drilling and foundation engineering, as well as various splitting, crushing, tamping, shoveling and other functions of cement pavement and asphalt pavement. It is more suitable for drilling, splitting, blasting and mining of various mines. All products strive to provide the highest operation efficiency with the lowest maintenance cost.
1. Before drilling, check the integrity and rotation of each component (including the rock drill, support or drilling jumbo), add necessary lubricating oil, check whether the air and water paths are smooth, and whether each connection joint is firm.
2. Knock the wall and ask for the top near the working face, that is, check whether there are live stones and loose stones on the roof and the second wall near the working face, and make necessary treatment.
3. The flat blasthole position of the working face shall be tamped before drilling to prevent slipping or displacement of the blasthole.