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Rockmore’s new drill built to withstand high pressure


January 16, 2014
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Jan. 16, 2014, Wilsonville, OR – Rockmore International’s new two-inch class DTH hammer drill, ROK 250, is designed to operate under high air pressure levels up to 350 PSI (24 bar) or more.

With a 2.6-inch (66 mm) wear sleeve diameter, the ROK 250 is built to drill three-inch to 3.5-inch (76 mm to 89 mm) diameter holes at high penetration rates.

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This model is suitable for smaller diameter blast holes and construction projects that demand fast drilling rates by using large compressors rated up to 350 PSI (24 bar) or more, said the company in a release.

Designed to optimize airflow in the hammer, this product features Rockmore SonicFlow technology. The ROK 250 will be showcased at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG, which runs from Mar. 4-8 in Las Vegas.


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