DTH hammers work by using compressed air to drive a piston back and forth, which in turn strikes a bit that is attached to the end of the drill string. This creates a hammering action that breaks up the rock and allows the drill to penetrate deeper into the ground.
- Efficient: Can drill holes quickly and efficiently, even in hard rock formations.
- Powerful: Can deliver a lot of impact energy, which allows them to break up rock that would be difficult or impossible to drill with other methods.
- Versatile: Can be used to drill holes in a variety of rock formations, including hard rock, granite, and soft rock.
- Durable: Are built to withstand the rigors of mining and quarrying operations.
- Drilling blast holes for blasting operations
- Drilling exploratory holes for mineral exploration
- Drilling holes for water wells and geothermal wells
- Drilling holes for anchoring and foundation work
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