The YN27C gasoline rock drill is a versatile hand-operated tool consisting of a small gasoline engine, an air compressor, and a rock drill. Its unique feature is that it can perform various functions such as drilling, splitting, breaking, ramming, and shoveling by changing the hand handle, without the need to alter the inner parts of the machine head. It finds wide applications in mining, quarrying, road construction, and national defense. By turning the swing arm to the running-or-stop rotation plumbum, it can also be transformed into a breaker or a hammer for digging, splitting, or ramming. The YN27C is well-suited for building bridges, roads, power stations, geological explorations, and other projects, and can be easily carried to work on high mountains, plains, hot and cold areas, without any need for power, water supply, or air compressing equipment. pionjar 120 rock drill It is particularly suitable for projects that require mobility in various areas.
YN27C Characteristics of internal combustion rock drill
The YN27C internal combustion rock drill is a handheld tool that can chisel quickly and save time and effort. It has multiple functions, such as drilling, splitting, crushing, ramming, and shoveling. The machine can drill holes vertically down into a rock, horizontally down to less than 45°, and vertically down to a depth of up to 6 meters. YN27C finds wide applications in mining, road construction, quarrying, national defense engineering, and other areas. It can operate in various terrains, including high mountains and flat lands, and in extreme temperatures ranging from -40°C to +40°C. Hence, it has great adaptability to different environments.
YN27C gas rock drill use
The YN27C internal combustion rock drill is a versatile tool with multiple functions such as splitting, crushing, tamping, and chipping. It finds wide applications in mining, road construction, quarrying, national defense engineering, and other related fields. The machine can be used for mining operations, and also for cement and asphalt road surfaces.