Simon Ingersoll invented the world’s first rock drill in 1912. Today, Ingersoll Rand continues the tradition with three families of rock drills. These tools can be used for either wet or dry drilling and are built according to the high standards for which Ingersoll Rand is well known.
JH40 SERIES JACKHAMMER FEATURES
- Hole capacity up to 2 inch(51 mm) diameter, 18 feet(5.5 m) deep and up to in hard rock.
- The JH40 has the ability to be used in both Wet and Dry drilling environments.
- Durable: Tough enough for any workspace, the JH40 will become a trusted companion anytime you need a rugged jackhammer on the job.
- The powerful JH40 series jackhammer lives up to the strength and power our customers have come to expect from Ingersoll Rand.
JRD30 SERIES ROCK DRILLS FEATURES
- Hole capacity up to 1-1/2 inches (38mm) wide, 10 feet(3m) deep in concrete or soft to medium rock.
- The JRD30 is build for ease of access, allowing its users to maneuver in tight spaces, and light enough to use when the occasion calls for horizontal drilling.
- Wet drilling capabilities.
- Lightweight, powerful and durable enough to stand up to the toughest conditions.
JRD50 SERIES ROCK DRILLS FEATURES
- Hole capacity up to 2 inches (51mm) diameter, 15 feet(4.6 m) deep in concrete or soft to medium rock.
- Sports directional exhaust, which expels exhaust air in multiple directions to keep your work space exhaust-free.
- The JRD50 is tough enough to withstand harsh environments and repeated drops.