Demolition Hammer 60 Joules- 1700W

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The Demolition Hammer with specifications of 60 Joules, 1700W, and weighing 21 kilograms is a powerful and heavy-duty tool designed for breaking and demolishing tasks.

  1. 60 Joules: This indicates the hammer’s impact energy, measuring the force it delivers upon striking. A higher Joule rating implies greater impact power, making it suitable for tough demolition work.
  2. 1700W: This represents the power consumption of the tool in watts. A higher wattage generally means more efficient and powerful performance during operation.
  3. 21 KGS: This denotes the weight of the demolition hammer. A heavier tool can be an advantage for certain applications, providing more stability and impact force, but it may also affect user fatigue during prolonged use.

220V/50HZ
Rated Input Power:1700W
Max Impact Rates:2000bpm
Impact Joules:60J
Connection Type:SDS-HEX
1 pc auxiliary handle
1 pair carbon brushes
1 pc side handle
3 m rubber H07RN-F

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Uses

  1. Concrete Demolition:
    • Breaking and removing concrete slabs, walls, or foundations.
    • Breaking up reinforced concrete structures.
  2. Masonry Work:
    • Breaking through brick walls and other masonry structures.
    • Removing tiles and mortar.
  3. Renovation and Remodeling:
    • Removing old structures and fixtures in renovation projects.
    • Breaking down walls to create openings or modify room layouts.
  4. Road Construction:
    • Breaking asphalt and pavement during road repair or construction.
    • Breaking up old curbs and sidewalks.
  5. Excavation Work:
    • Digging through hard or compacted soil and rocks.
    • Creating trenches for utility installations.
  6. Metalwork:
    • Breaking down metal structures and components.
    • Demolishing metal frames or supports.
  7. General Demolition:
    • Overall demolition of structures in construction or deconstruction projects.
    • Removing old structures to clear space for new construction.
  8. Landscaping:
    • Breaking and removing rocks and large stones in landscaping projects.
    • Clearing spaces for garden or outdoor construction.
  9. Emergency Response:
    • Assisting in disaster response by quickly demolishing or clearing damaged structures.
  10. Industrial Applications:
    • Demolishing large industrial structures.
    • Breaking down old machinery or equipment.

 

SKU: AHS26531 Category:

Size

60 Joules- 1700W – 21 KGS

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Always read and understand the user manual provided by the manufacturer. It contains essential information on operation, maintenance, and safety precautions.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles, ear protection, dust mask or respirator, gloves, and steel-toed boots. This will help protect you from potential hazards like flying debris, noise, dust, and foot injuries.
  3. Clothing:
    • Avoid loose clothing, jewelry, or anything that may get caught in the tool. Wear fitted clothing and tie back long hair.
  4. Inspection:
    • Before each use, inspect the demolition hammer for any visible damage, loose parts, or signs of wear. Do not use the tool if there are any concerns, and have it repaired or replaced.
  5. Power Source:
    • Ensure the power source matches the specifications of the Demolition Hammer. Use a grounded electrical outlet and a suitable extension cord if needed.
  6. Secure Work Area:
    • Clear the work area of debris, tripping hazards, and unnecessary personnel. Mark off the work zone and keep bystanders at a safe distance.
  7. Stable Position:
    • Maintain a stable and balanced stance while operating the tool. Keep your feet shoulder-width apart and distribute your weight evenly.
  8. Two-Hand Operation:
    • Use both hands to operate the Demolition Hammer, maintaining control over the tool at all times. Keep one hand on the handle and the other on the auxiliary handle, if provided.
  9. Proper Technique:
    • Follow the recommended technique for using the demolition hammer. Do not force the tool; let it do the work. Start with light pressure and gradually increase as needed.
  10. Periodic Breaks:
    • Take regular breaks to prevent fatigue, which can lead to loss of control. This is especially important during extended use.
  11. Ventilation:
    • Use the tool in well-ventilated areas, and consider using dust extraction systems to minimize exposure to airborne particles.
  12. Emergency Procedures:
    • Know the location of emergency exits and first aid facilities. Have an emergency plan in case of accidents.
  13. Switch Off:
    • Always switch off the tool and unplug it when not in use or when changing accessories.
  14. Training:
    • Ensure that operators are trained and familiar with the proper use of the Demolition Hammer. Inexperienced users should seek guidance from experienced individuals.

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