Diesel piles hammers are used to drive piles into a supporting soil layer. The mode of operation is similar to that of a hammer used to drive a nail. The piston activates the pump lever during its fall. The diesel fuel is then sprayed onto the surface of the impact block while the air in the cylinder is compressed as the piston runs past the exhaust openings. The strongly increased compression pressure drives the piston and the impact head below it onto the material being driven, driving the pile efficiently into the soil and atomizing the diesel fuel.
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