Diesel Hammers

Diesel hammers use expansion of gases from fuel combustion to move its impact block, while the effective power stems from free falling of impact block.
The hammers are, in their essence, direct combustion engines, working on the principle of a two-stroke diesel engine.

They are widely used fue to their self-sufficiency, simple and effective structure with high performance.

They are classified as rod type and kick-atomizing hammers, differing in the type of their guide.

Kick-atomizing hammer uses a static pipe, and rod type utilizes two guide rods to move impact part in the form of moving cylinder.

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