Drilling Machine/DTH Drill for Blasting Holes

Drilling Machine/DTH Drill for Blasting Holes

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Drilling Machine/DTH drill for blasting holes


JK580 Technical Data

Drilling diameterΦ90-Φ165mm
Drilling depth40m
The biggest pipe-rod changing length3.5 m
Working air pressure0.7-2.4Mpa
Air consumption11.3m3/min(1.4MPa) for the drilling diameter ≤Φ11
13m3/min(1.4MPa) for the drilling diameter≤Φ140
17m3/min(1.4MPa) for the drilling diameter≤Φ165
21m3/min(2.4MPa) for the drilling diameter ≤Φ140
25m3/min(2.4MPa) for the drilling diameter≤Φ165
Applicable rock hardnessf=6-20
Moving speed(dual-speed)2km/h
Gradeability24°
Power (optional)
Internal combustion
Yuchai 70KW
60KW
CUMMINS
Outer size(length ×width× height)7000×2200×2100mm(transportation state)
Weight6500kg


Air compressor technical data

Output VolumeUSA Sullair 550RH
Rated Pressure15.5m3
Engine17kg
Engine power6CTA8.3-C240 Cummins China
Fuel Tank Capacity179KW
length375L
working weight4210*2150*2050
Output Volume3200KG

GP580 internal combustion crawler-type hydraulic down-hole drill adopts diesel engine (electric motor) and hydraulic oil pump unit as its drive device. The hydraulic motor is to achieve the supporting movements such as turn around, propulsion, exaltation, moving and the swing angle location of hydraulic oil cylinder. Only when the GP580 is doing drill works, the down-hole impacter will exhaust compressed air. Compared with whole-pneumatic drills, the air displacement of matched air compressor is reduced by 30% to 50%, and the consumption of energy (fuel or electricity) is saved by 40% to 50% during operation.
The GP580 internal combustion is a crawler-type hydraulic down-hole drill, mainly used in drilling and blasting task, such as water and electricity project, exploitation of open mine, construction of roads and national defense engineering.   

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