CG Hydraulic Hammer
The CG range of piling hammers is designed for driving a variety of bearing piles including steel tube, combi piles, ‘H’ sections and reinforced/pre-stressed concrete piles. Operated from piling rig leaders or crane suspended, the CG range has the following important features:
- Total control of hammer stroke and blow rate
- Allows precise matching of energy to suit the pile driving requirements
- Simple fast dolley changing
- Easily accessible cylinder and dropweight connection with shock absorber
- Economical – low hydraulic power requirement
- Available with BSP Hydropacks for optimum hammer performance
- Can drive piles with ultimate load bearing up to 14,500 kN
- Suitable for driving raked (batter) piles
|Performance Data||Ram Mass||Max Impact Energy||Blow Rate at Rated Energy||Operating Pressure||Hydraulic Flow Required|
The above weights and dimensions are given as a typical guide and are nominal. Designs can vary to suit customer specific applications and pile type. Contact BSP International Foundations for further detail, contact details below.
(Performance related to use with BSP Hydropacks)
CG Technical Data
Body Width for CG Hammers: 1250 sq
|Basic Hammers can be fitted with|
the following configurations
|Pile guide for use freely|
suspended, vertically or raked.
Versions available to suit:
Ø1.5m max tubes or
Ø3.0m max tubes.
|Special Drive Cap for concrete piles up to Ø1.2m for use|
|Helmets for concrete
piles up to Ø0.9m for
use in leaders.
Standard Drive Cap, Helmet & Pile Guide options. Other options available upon request. (Dimensions are mm).
|Typical Dimensions||Basic Hammer||Hammer in Configuration (A)||Hammer in Configuration (B)||Hammer in Configuration (C)|
|CG180||17300||9050 (ø1.5m guide)||23750||7500||23150||7250||20880|
|CG210||19350||9370 (ø1.5m guide)||25800||7830||25200||7580||22930|
|CG240||21700||9810 (ø2.0m guide)||34200||8160||27550||7910||29500|
|CG300||26000||11310 (ø2.4m guide)||46000||8820||31850||8570||33500|
The above weights and dimensions are given as a typical guide and are nominal. Designs can vary to suit customer specific applications and pile type. Contact BPS IF for greater detail.