Dayton Lamina introduces portable hydraulic drills
By Dayton Lamina
April 24, 2015 - New Dayton Lamina hydraulic drills are compact enough to fit into narrow openings, yet they have the power for heavy duty drilling and tapping operations, making them ideal additions for rental fleets. Designed to fit openings as narrow as 9 ¼”, they are ideal for work in tight quarters.
By Dayton Lamina
The magnetic base attaches to the drilling surface at almost any angle, including vertical and horizontal. With a combination of power and versatility, these proven drills are ideal for a wide range of applications including use metal stamping, nuclear power, shipbuilding, mining, construction, pipelines, oil rigging, bridge building, rental facilities, heavy construction, tunneling, and more.
Six interchangeable drill heads, with quick disconnects, are available to suit the project at hand. Drill heads can be fixture mounted for special applications, and can be specified without the magnetic base. Manual and manual/automatic power feed drill head models available.
Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage, the Lamina power unit is caster mounted for easy movement to and within the jobsite. Each unit includes 15 feet of hydraulic hoses on power unit and an additional 7 ½ feet of hydraulic hose on the drill head. Quick disconnect fittings ensure fast and easy assembly. Remote speed control pendant is standard. Available in 220V, 440V, or 600V at 60Hz, or 380V/50Hz (for export). Standard model is 44.5” long x 24.5” wide x 54.5” tall (compact units also available with smaller dimensions and without hose reel or shelf). Maximum flow rate is 12 GPM, standard operating pressure is 1550-1600 PSI.
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