What happens when a single question occupies our attention? Well, when that question concerns hydraulic powered drilling applications, we turn to an industrial brand that exemplifies a specific set of mechanically biased characteristics. That’s a general product determining guideline. If those drill qualities are to comprehensively outstrip the competition, though, we turn resolutely towards Rineer drills, to a product line that suits many intensive applications.
Advocating Rineer Drill Excellence
Torturous operational conditions impair hydraulically powered drills. Imagine the crushing forces in evidence here, the stresses incurred by a digging or cutting tool. The equipment slows its rotating cutting shaft, which then allows the gearing torque to increase. Rineer drills are designed to accommodate this mode of operation. It’s the vane crossing vane drive architecture that facilitates this rugged feature, one that’s translated into pure drilling horsepower. Basically, the vanes and apertures in Rineer equipped drills are fitted with a series of cavities and vanes. As fluid power is applied, the hydraulic motor’s power profile eliminates stalling, delivers a significant torque boost, and keeps that power output regular. No matter the applied drill speed, that regulated torque keeps the drill cutting or digging.
Applications Where Rineer Drills Excel
A hydraulically driven mobile auger, cutting into multiple layers of soil, jams when it hits a rock. Rineer drills compensate for such transient displacement effects. The regulating mechanism on the auger adjusts digging speed and torque as different soil types are penetrated. Likewise, mining and construction drilling platforms use the vane crossing vane mechanism to mesh the rotor and stator cavities. Multi-speed models add hydraulic channelling features to the design, so stage stacking and series/parallel configurations exist to meet the toughest drilling challenges. Enhanced performance features are further assisted by the addition of several externally managed valving configurations, so added speed and torque profiles ensure rugged versatility. Finally, and this product configuration targets oil drilling equipment, additional channels are supported by the drill architecture, which means water and other fluids can be pumped down the drill shaft, perhaps as a cooling mechanism or as a supplementary directional system.
Employed in the toughest applications, Rineer drills use a versatile spring-loaded rotor and stator architecture, plus a number of intelligently engineered cavities. They convert fluid power into significant quantities of drilling impetus. That drilling power retains its torque even when the rotating speed is slow. In addition to this industrial drilling power, the versatile hydraulic drilling motor is equipped with special channels and threaded couplings, which can be used as a through-hole channel for oil, water, and directional controls.
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