DTH Hammer

Description

TRICON supplies a range of conventional hammers, in sizes 5, 6 and 8 inches, industry standard threads including API Reg and Beco.

Tricon DTH products provide both performance and value to the end user. Our DTH hammers and drill bits are developed through a coordinated interaction between our technical staff and end users.

We can and do make site-specific evaluations and apply appropriate design modifications to suit specific drilling applications.

The Tricon Tubeless hammer range are heavy duty DTH tools designed for drilling in mine, quarry, waterwell, exploration and construction applications.  NOTE: NO foot valve or exhaust tube is required in the hammer bit.

Designed for cost e­ffectiveness the increased piston size delivers more blow energy providing increased production rates.

Features simplicity of design, ease of service and low air consumption. A hardened Drive Sub provides added protection and life to the cylinder.

DTH Hammer Range

 Model T50FE T60FE T80FE
 Shank QL5 QL6 QL80
 Top Sub Thread 3 ½” API REG 3 ½” API REG 4-1/2 API REG
 Hammer A/F Size 3 ½” (89 mm) 4” (102 mm) 6” (152 mm)
 Total length (less Bit) 42.75” (1085 mm) 46.5” (1,180 mm) 52.76” (1340 mm)
 Weight (less Bit) 158 lbs (72 kgs) 200 lbs (91 kgs) 459 lbs (208 kgs)
 Piston Weight 37 lbs (16.8 kgs) 50lbs (22.7 kgs) 110 lbs (50 kgs)
 Outside Diameter 4.90” (124.5 mm) 5.82” (148 mm) 7.64” (194 mm)
 Bit Range 5 ½” – 6”
(140-152mm)
6 ½” – 8”
(165-203 mm)
8 ½” – 12”
(216-305 mm)
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Air Consumption

 Hammer PSI BAR SCFM M3 / MIN
 T50FE 150 10.3 275 7.9
250 17.2 520 14.7
350 24.1 760 21.4
 T60FE 150 10.3 325 9
250 17.2 625 18
350 24.1 930 26.5
 T80FE 150 10.3 530 15
250 17.2 883 25
350 24.1 1,200 34

 

Lubrication Consumption

  • To avoid costly component failure your down hole hammer MUST receive continuous lubrication
  • For normal conditions – allow one litre per hour per 500 CFM (14M3/Min)
  • For water injection – allow two litres per hour per 500 CFM (14m3/Min)