These reliable hand held drills are the rock drills of preference for the great Sudbury mining camp of Canada. These reliable hand held drills are the rock drills of preference for the great Sudbury mining camp of Canada.
The drills are used extensively by INCO Limited and Falconbridge Ltd. in their underground mining operations. The drills are used extensively by INCO Limited and Falconbridge Ltd. in their underground mining operations.
New, used and reconditioned drills available – see our reconditioned equipment page New, used and reconditioned drills available – see our reconditioned equipment page
Continuous front end air blowing prevents cuttings and sludge from entering the drill fronthead. Air flow delivers lubrication to the front of the drill, saves wear of chuck insert, chuck and piston.
Joy drills provide higher torque for roof bolting requirements Heavy duty control handle has control knob to adjust leg pressure. Bleed button allows stoper to drop quickly after the hole is completed. Exclusive flap design reduces muffler back pressure Heavy duty backhead has rugged air and water hose connection threads. Optional water regulating valve for conditions of high water pressure.
Piston rod is made from stainless steel for longer life. Exclusive patented packing and rod wipers provide exceptionally long life. Prevent scoring cylinders and piston if the leg is dented. Stop noise transmission, acts as a buffer, to reduce shock on parts. End cap welded to rod
|ITEM||SAL67M Stoper||AL67M Long Tom||AL67MIC Quarry|
|Feed Leg||31″ Stroke 787mm||48″ x 3″ Stainless 1219mm x 76mm||mounted on feed|
|Rotation||1 in 30 Upstroke||1 in 30 Upstroke||1 in 30 Upstroke|
|Cylinder Bore||3 1/4″ 82.5mm||3 1/4″ 82.5mm||3 1/4″ 82.5mm|
|Cylinder Stroke||2 1/2″ 63.5mm||2 1/2″ 63.5mm||2 1/2″ 63.5mm|
|Chuck Size||7/8″ hex 4 1/4″||7/8″ hex 4 1/4″||7/8″ hex 4 1/4″|
|Feed Leg Weight||Included||30 lb 13.5 kg||N/A|
|Mach. Weight||101 lb 45.7kg||101 lb 45.7kg||95 lb 45.7kg|
|Air Consumption||200 cfm @ 90 psi 5.66 cu m/m||228 cfm @ 90 psi 6.46 cu m/m||228 cfm @ 90 psi 6.46 cu m/m|