What is an Electric Industrial Demolition Hammer and what are its uses? How can you safely use this powerful hammer that will make a great impact on the job you are doing?
An Industrial Demolition Hammer is created to break up large slabs of concrete, brick walls, black top and other solid objects. This tool is a super heavy-duty electric jack-hammer for serious demolition jobs. It has a 360 degree swivel auxiliary handle for maximum versatility.
You also need the right bit for the Industrial Demolition Hammer depending what you are going to break up.
Use a bit with a flat tip for an edge trim, a spade for concrete and a point for breaking up solid exterior. Check the surface that you want to break down and make sure you are using the right bit.
Industrial Demolition Breaker Features:
110 VAC – 60 Hz
1700 Watts OR 16 Amps
No Load Speed: 1000-2100 BPM
Cord Length: 16 '
Overall Size: 28 "x 10" x 6 "
With 2 SDS Bits
Heavy Duty Blow Case
- Hard Hat
Wear a hard hat in case objects are flying about and they could easily hit your head and cause considering damage
- Steel Work Boots
Steel work boots are required by Work safe to protect your toes and feet in case the hammer slips and will cause breakage of bones or other damages.
- Heavy Duty Gloves
Always wear Heavy Duty Gloves to protect your hands as this will give you a better grip on the handle of the tool
- Eye protection
Eye protection is for your safety to keep dust and particles out of your eyes, therefore safety glasses must be worn! If something where to fly into the eyes it could cause last damages.
- Ear protection
The Ear protection is for your safety that will protect you from overexposed noises and keep you from losing your hearing.
In the event that you should have some hearing loss, you will have a really hard time hearing and communicating with your family and friends. When you are in a noisy area, all speech is muddled and you have no idea what is being said. You feel left out because everything is distorted. Please protect your ears while this will benefit you not just for now, but for the future as well. It is hard to comprehend what others are saying while you are missing out on a conversation.
Source by Mary Plett