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NH-70-2 spec No.

425-1
Due to company policy of continuous development and improvement, the right is reserved to change the specifications without
notice.

SPEC. F5-BC-425
Date: January, 2001

SPECIFICATIONS
of

NISSHA
Hydraulic pile hammer

January 2001

Model
Pile hammer: NH-70-2

Quantity: unit(s)

NIPPON SHARYO,LTD.
Nagoya, Japan
E-mail: KIDEN-KAIGAI@cm.n-sharyo.co.jp
Home page: http://www.n-sharyo.co.jp
Tel: 81 - (52) -623-3316
Fax: 81 - (52) -623-3326

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NH-70-2 spec No.425-2
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C O N T E N T S

Page
1. GENERAL CONDITIONS ........................................………3

2. OUTLINE………………………………………………......……..5

3. FEATURES ……………….........................................……...5

4. GENERAL VIEW …………………………………......……… 6

5. SPECIFICATION ………….........................................……... 6

6. BLOW RATE BY STAGE ………………………......……… 7

7. BASIC CONSTRUCTION ........................................……... 8

8. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION …………………......……… 9

9. TABLE OF DYNAMIC ALLOWABLE


BEARING FORCE……............………… 11

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1. GENERAL CONDITIONS
1) This specifications shall cover the standard specification of Model NH-70-2
hydraulic pile hammer (here-in-after called “The machine” ) manufactured by
Nippon Sharyo, Ltd. shown in the drawing attached is the general arrangement
and principal dimensions of the hydraulic pile hammer.

2) Design and workmanship


The machine shall be designed to perform the maximum efficiency with the
least fuel consumption and the lowest maintenance costs.
The workmanship shall be of the first class in all respects.
The machine shall be built for simple mechanical arrangement and easy in
inspection and maintenance.

3) Materials
The materials used in the manufacture of the machine shall be of the highest
quality, free from defects and imperfections.
Principal materials such as bolts, nuts, seals and steel plates used in the
machine confirm to the Japanese Industrial Standards. (Almost equal to ISO)

4) Test and inspection


Routine test and inspection in our factory shall be final.

5) Painting and lettering


Under-coating by anti-rust paint and enamel finishing shall be performed in
accordance with manufacturer’s standard practice.
Main parts of the equipment shall be painted in NISSHA Green and other
equipment in manufacturer’s standard.

6) Language and unit of measurement


All documentation, such as specifications, manuals, etc. shall be written in
English and all of equipment shall be designed in metric system.

7) Service conditions
The equipment shall meet the following service conditions.
Ambient temperature: -10 deg. C or higher and 35 deg. C or lower.

8) Warranty
All the machine specified herein shall be warranted by us for a period of twelve
(12) calendar months after the date of being to put into operation,
or fourteen (14) months after the date of shipment at a Japanese port, or one
thousand engine operation hours according to the service hour meter,
whichever is soonest.

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The warranty shall cover defects in design, materials and workmanship only,
shall not applicable to damage sustained mishandling of the machine or normal
wear and tear.
The warranty shall not be applicable to the parts and materials mentioned
below.

1) Wear plates
2) Wire ropes
3) Rubber made parts
4) Seals as o-rings, seal rings, back-up rings, etc.
5) Gaskets and sheet packings
6) Filter elements
7) Batteries
8) Electric wiring
9) Glasses
10) Other quick moving parts
11) Lubricants

…………..Concluded

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2. OUTLINE

1) The Nippon Sharyo hydraulic hammer is a unique, new type unit completely different
from conventional ones which drive piles by lifting a ram to a certain height with a
hydraulic cylinder and then letting it to drop by free fall.
The Nippon Sharyo hydraulic hammer is an epoch-making unit employing a “double
action” method in which the ram is forcefully accelerated by both hydraulic pressure
oil from the pump and high pressure gas to augment impact speed and thus creating
greater blow energy.

3. FEATURES

1) High blow rate, providing better work efficiency.


2) Small longitudinal dimension, together with smaller size of adjacent leader and base
machine to be installed, makes transit easier.
3) Good blowing efficiency with deeper penetration per blow.
4) Small loss of hydraulic circuit, achieving less fuel cost.
5) Stabilized ram fall height adjustment because of installation of proximity switches.
6) Ram fall height can be confirmed at driver’s seat by adoption of ram fall height
indicating monitor.
7) Short stroke of cylinder, enabling longer seal life.
8) Reduced fluctuation of hydraulic pressure lessens vibration of hose connecting
hammer and base machine, and lengthens hose life.
9) Sound insulator of our unique design for pile and cap blow enables work in low noise.
10) Cushion wear alarm provides machine driver with wear information of cushion.

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4. GENERAL VIEW

Fig. 1 General View of NH-70-2 Hydraulic Hammer

5. SPECIFICATION

Model NH-70
Driving method Hydraulic cylinder,
double action
Ram weight 7.0 TON
Maximum ram stroke 1.28 m
(Equivalent to free stroke)
Blow energy 8.96 TON-m
Blow rate 25 to 70 blow/min.
(At maximum ram stroke)
Applicable pile diameter
Concrete 300~600 mm dia.
Steel pipe 300~800 mm dia.
Blow direction Vertical
Total weight (excl. cap) 14.3 TON
Guide pipe, pitch x dia. 330 mm x 70 mm dia.
Reted pressure 160 kgf/cm2

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6. BLOW RATE BY STAGE

Stage Equivalent ram free fall height(m) Blow rate (blow / min)

8 1.28 25

7 1.12 27

6 0.96 30

5 0.80 35

4 0.64 40

3 0.48 47

2 0.32 54

1 0.16 70

*The blow rate above is the value for the hydraulic power source with pressure of 210
kgf/cm2 and flow rate of 218 l/min, and will vary depending on the specification of
hydraulic power sources.

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7. BASIC CONSTRUCTION

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8. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

When ascending :
(1) Valve 1 and valve 2 are closed and valve 3 is opened.
(2) Pressurized oil from pump flows into the lower chamber of cylinder, oil in the upper
chamber returns to tank, and cylinder retracts to life ram.
(3) Simultaneously, excessive pressurized oil is stored in accumulator to reserve
pressure.
When descending :
(1) Valve 1 and valve 2 are opened, and valve 3 is closed.
(2) Pressurized oil from pump and oil in the lower chamber of cylinder flow into the upper
chamber of cylinder through valve 1.
(3) Simultaneously oil pushed out by high pressure gas in accumulator passes through
valve 2 and flows into the upper chamber of cylinder, accelerating piston rod rapidly.
(4) Cylinder extends, and ram is accelerated to create blow energy.

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9. TABLE OF DYNAMIC ALLOWABLE BEARING FORCE


Dynamic allowable holding force of NH-70-2(Ra)
Stage 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Ram height (m)
(Equivalent
to
free 0.16 0.32 0.48 0.64 0.80 0.96 1.12 1.28
fall)
Penetration
depth (mm)
1 21.3 42.6 64.0 85.3 106.6 128.0 149.3 170.6
2 20.3 40.7 61.0 81.4 101.8 122.1 142.5 162.9
3 19.4 38.9 58.4 77.9 97.3 116.8 136.3 155.8
4 18.6 37.3 56.0 74.6 93.3 112.0 130.6 149.3
5 17.9 35.8 53.7 71.6 89.6 107.5 125.4 143.3
6 17.2 34.4 51.6 68.9 86.1 103.3 120.6 137.8
7 16.5 33.1 49.7 66.3 82.9 99.5 116.1 132.7
8 16.0 32.0 48.0 64.0 80.0 96.0 112.0 128.0
9 15.4 30.8 46.3 61.7 77.2 92.6 108.1 123.5
10 14.9 29.8 44.8 59.7 74.6 89.6 104.5 119.4
11 14.4 28.9 43.3 57.8 72.2 86.7 101.1 115.6
12 14.0 28.0 42.0 56.0 70.0 84.0 98.0 112.0
13 13.5 27.1 40.7 54.3 67.8 81.4 95.0 108.6
14 13.1 26.3 39.5 52.7 65.8 79.0 92.2 105.4
15 12.8 25.6 38.4 51.2 64.0 76.8 89.6 102.4

Calculation formula
Ra : Dynamic allowable bearing force Ton
F 2WH S : Penetration depth m
Ra = = W : Ram weight Ton
5S+0.1 5S+0.1 H : Equivalent free fall height m
is applied
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