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Panther Hammer

Panther Hammer
Hammer Name P45 Hammer P45 LT Hammer P45 Sub. Hammer
Part Number H45P H45PLT H45PS
Outside Dia (mm) 96.00 96.00 96.00
Recomm. Bit size (mm) 114.30-130.00 114.30-130.00 114.30-130.00
To Sub Thread (IN) 2-3/8 Reg box 2-3/8 Reg box 2-3/8 Reg box
Ham. Wt. without Bit (Kg.) 42.00 44.00 43.50
Total Len. without Bit (mm) 994.0 1070.0 1044.0
Wrench Flat (mm) 74.00 74.00 74.00
Working Pressure (Bar) 7.5-14.5 7.5-14.5 7.5-14.5
Component Name H45P H45PLT H45PS
Piston Case / Std Barrel HB45P HB45PLTLT HB45PS
Std Piston HP45P HP45PLT HP45PS
Std Std Seat Valve HSV45P HSV45PLTLT HSV45PS
Std Std Chest Valve HCV45P HCV45PLTLT HCV45PS
Std Liner HL45P HL45PLT HL45PS
Top Sub / Std Back Head HC45P HC45PLT HC45PS
Driver Sub / Std Front Chuck HFC45P HFC45PLT HFC45PS
Std Flapper Valve HFV45P HFV45PLT HFV45PS
Std Valve Guide HVG45P HVG45PLT HVG45PS
Guide Sleeve / Std Assembly Bush HAB45P HAB45PLT HAB45PS
Bit Retainer Ring / Std Bit Lock HBL45P HBL45PLT HBL45PS
Dart / Std Check Valve HCKV45P HCKV45PLT HCKVC45PS
Std Check Valve Cap HCVC45P HCVC45PLT HCVC45PS
Retainer Pin / Std Dowell Pin HDP45P HDP45PLT HDP45PS
Std Spring HS45P HS45PLT HS45PS
Std Washer HMW45P HMW45PLT HMW45PS
Std Stem Bush HSB45P HSB45PLT HSB45PS
O Ring / Std Bit Lock O Ring HBR45P HBR45PLT HBR45PS
Std Blocking Choke HBC45P HBC45PLT HBC45PS
Std Front Chuck Rubber Cap HFCRC45P HFCRC45PLT HFCRC45PS
Std Back Head Rubber Cap HCRC45P HCRC45PLT HCRC45PS

•   For use in hard rock application
•   Suitable for Horizontal & Vertical drilling operations
•   Excellent under water characteristics
•   Able to work on any strata
•   Less maintenance

Before shutting down at the end of each shift, we recommend the following procedures:
  1. Flush Hammer with air/water for a few minutes, then turn off water injection
  2. Flush Hammer with air/oil for a few minutes.  This will coat the internal Hammer parts preventing corrosion/rust.
  3. Never leave the tool in a wet / muddy hole.  Pull back from bottom as far as necessary to prevent the Hammer sitting under water.
  4. It is also good practice to pour at least half a litre of oil down the drill at start up of a new shift.
  5. If the Hammer is removed from the drill rig for any reason, it is wise to pour a quantity of oil into it and block both ends, providing the flushing as outlined in steps one and two above have been carried out.  If steps one and two have not been carried out the Hammer should be stripped, cleaned and oiled before being stored.
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