Adriller Drill Bit
Adiller line of top hammer bits, also commonly referred to as
button bits, have been specially designed to drill through almost
any type of hard and abrasive rock formations.
These drill bits not only have a superior penetration rate compared
to their competitors, but also a substantially longer service life
– up to 30% longer
Adriller products are compatible with many products manufactured by Sandvik, Atlas Copco, etc, all our products are widely used in mining, tunneling, quarrying,
construction, and civil engineering project.
1. manufacture as your requirement
2. bit diameter, face shape
3. carbide button shape
4. number of air hole
- Surrounding Terrain: It Is Important To Keep In Mind That The
Machinery That Will Need To Be Used To Extract The Ore And Other
Materials Needs To Be Placed On a Stable Piece Of Land That Will Be
Able To Accommodate The Weight Of The Machinery As Well As The
Stress That Will Be Placed On The Machinery When It Is Working.
- Characteristics Of The Material To Be Mined: This Concerns The
Ability To Successfully Drill The Materials Which You Need To Drill
Through. If The Rock Is Too Hard To Drill Through Then It Will
Place Stress On The Machinery Used To Drill. The Characteristics Of
The Material Will Also Determine The Size Of The Hole.
The Adriller Drill Of Rock Drill Bit Are Made Of Best Quality Of
Tungsten Carbide Button .
- According To Different Rock Layer , Different Carbide Button Sizes
And Diameters Are Customized. Hard Rock Drill Bits Use Large
Diameter Carbide Button ,
- And The Drill Bit Is Durable. Generally, The Spherical Button Are
Used, And The Precise Design Of The Spherical Carbide Button Head
Makes The Spherical Crown And The Approximate Cone Form a Good
Effect Of Breaking The Rock Together.
- In The Mining Process Of Peru Mining, The Number Of Hard Rock Drill
Bits Played a Very Important Role. The Same Rock Layer Was
Constructed With Multiple Hard Rock Drill Bits And Other Brands Of
Drill Bits. The Effect Was Very Obvious.
|Diameter||Face Type||Buttons x Dia (inch)||Flushing|
|200||7 7/8||Concave||10 x 3/4”||6 x 3/4"||7 x 3/4"||2||49||108|
|203||8||Flat||10 x 3/4”||4 x 3/4"||8 x 5/8"||2||49||108|
|203||8||Concave||10 x 3/4”||6 x 3/4"||4x3/4" / 4x5/8"||2||49||108|
|203||8||Concave||9 x 3/4”||6 x 3/4"||6 x 3/4"||3||49||108|
|203||8||Convex||9 x 3/4”||6 x 3/4"||6 x 3/4"||3||49||108|
|210||8 1/4||Concave||10 x 3/4”||4 x 3/4"||4x3/4" / 4x5/8"||2||50.8||112|
|210||8 1/4||Concave||9 x 3/4"||6 x 3/4"||6 x 3/4"||3||50.8||112|
|216||8 1/2||Concave||12 x 3/4”||8 x 3/4"||8 x 3/4"||3||52.2||115|
|216||8 1/2||Flat||10 x 3/4”||8 x 3/4"||8 x 3/4"||2||52.2||115|
|219||8 5/8||Concave||10 x 3/4”||6 x 3/4"||4x3/4" / 6x5/8"||2||52.7||116|