Missile LXQ Series - LXQN20000 N180 Shank

Missile LXQ N180 diagram

Features:
  • Easy to service
  • Special heat-treated alloy piston for long life, Rockwell hardness 60
  • Minimum loss of performance when injecting foam or water

Item # Description Part #
1 Back Head LQN2001
2 Back Head O-Ring LQN2002
3 Back Head Washer LQN2003
4 Choke LQN2004
5 Air Check Valve LQN2005
6 Air Check Valve Spring LQN2006
7 Make-Up Washer (Buffering) LQN2007
8 Make-Up Rubber (Buffering) LQN2008
9 Air Distributor LQN2009
10 Air Distributor O-Ring LQN2010
11 Cylinder LQN2011
12 Wear Sleeve LQN2012
13 Piston LQN2013
14 Piston Stop Ring LQN2014
15 Bit Retaining O-Ring LQN2015
16 Bit Retaining Ring LQN2016
17 Chuck Washer LQN2017
18 Chuck LQN2018
19 Drive Pin LQN2020

Specifications


Length (w/o drill bit) 73.779"
Outside Diameter 16.732"
Weight (w/o bit) 3621 lbs.
Cylinder Bore 11.968"
Piston O.D. 11.962"
Piston Stroke 5.118"
Piston Weight 498 lbs.
Hole Sizes 18 3/8" - 26 3/8"
Air Pressure Consumption 100 psi - 250 psi
Wrench Size -
Connection Std. 8 5/8" API Reg Pin

Air Consumption Chart


PSI 100 150 200 250 300 350
CFM with blank choke 1,250 1,840 2,580 3,380 - -
with 1/8" choke - - - - - -
with 1/4" choke - - - - - -

All Hammers come Fitted with blank Choke located in the Air Check Valve


Lubrication

G-Force Series Hammers are precision-made tools and should be treated as such. Only the highest quality lubrication should be used and a constant flow of oil must be maintained at all times. Recommended lubrication amount 1/3 Pint per 100 cfm per hour.

Recommended Grades of Lubricant

ESSO
MATEX
CASTROL
SHELL
MOBILE
AROX EP 150
RDO 302
RD OIL DP 100
AIR TOOL OIL 2 A 320
ALMO NO. 5
Heavy duty oil is recommended for all year-round use, in particular where air supply to the hammer is at high temperature. If lighter grade oil is required due to very low ambient temperatures, amount of oil being used should be increased by 30 percent.

Recommended Pull Down

Minimum @ 100 psi - 0000 lbs. Maximum @ 350 psi - 0000 lbs.

Missile Warranty will be voided by the following:


Welding on Wear Sleeve.
Heating Case with a Torch.
Gripping Wrenches across Threads.
Hammering on Casing.

READ WARNING LABEL ATTACHED TO HAMMER.