Electric Hammer Drill 10x210MM

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An electric hammer drill is a versatile power tool designed for drilling into hard materials, such as concrete, stone, or masonry. It combines the functions of a regular drill with a hammering action, allowing it to break through tough surfaces more effectively. The hammering mechanism involves rapid, short, and powerful thrusts, enhancing the drill’s ability to penetrate hard materials. The electric motor powers both the rotational drilling and the hammering action, making the tool suitable for tasks that require more force than a standard drill can provide.

 

1. Tungsten carbide tip, HRA 90.

2. 40Cr steel body, HRC 47-50
3. SDS-Plus

4. For masonry, concrete and
reinforced concrete

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Uses 

  1. Drilling into Concrete or Masonry:
    • One of the primary purposes of an electric hammer drill is to drill into hard materials like concrete, brick, stone, or masonry. The hammering action helps to break through the tough surface, making it more efficient than a standard drill.
  2. Installing Anchors or Screws in Hard Materials:
    • Electric hammer drills are commonly used for installing anchors, screws, or other fasteners in hard surfaces. The hammering function allows for better penetration and grip in materials like concrete walls or floors.
  3. Demolition Work:
    • With the hammering capability, electric hammer drills can be used for light demolition work. They are effective for breaking or chipping away small sections of concrete or masonry.
  4. Tile and Stone Installation:
    • When working with tiles or stones, electric hammer drills can be used to create holes for pipes, wires, or other installations. The hammering action helps prevent cracking and ensures a clean hole.
  5. Coring Holes:
    • Electric hammer drills, equipped with specialized bits, can be used for coring holes in concrete or masonry. This is particularly useful in construction projects that require precise, large-diameter holes.
  6. Electrical and Plumbing Installations:
    • Electricians and plumbers use hammer drills to create holes for running wires, conduits, or pipes through hard surfaces. The tool’s versatility makes it valuable for various installation tasks.
  7. Home Improvement and Renovation:
    • DIY enthusiasts and homeowners use electric hammer drills for various home improvement projects, such as installing shelves, mounting brackets, or working on renovations that involve drilling into hard materials.
  8. Professional Construction Projects:
    • In the construction industry, electric hammer drills are essential tools for professionals working on tasks that involve drilling into concrete structures, foundations, or other challenging materials.
SKU: AHS84726 Category:

size

10x210MM

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines provided in the user manual. This will help you understand the tool’s specifications, recommended usage, and safety features.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety goggles or a face shield to protect your eyes from debris, dust, and flying particles. Additionally, wear hearing protection if the tool generates a significant amount of noise.
  3. Dust Control:
    • When drilling into materials like concrete or masonry, there can be a substantial amount of dust. Use a dust extraction system, wear a dust mask, or work in a well-ventilated area to minimize exposure to airborne particles.
  4. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped or held in place. This prevents the material from moving unexpectedly during drilling, reducing the risk of accidents.
  5. Inspect the Tool:
    • Before each use, inspect the electric hammer drill for any damage, loose parts, or malfunction. Do not use the tool if you find any issues; instead, have it repaired or replaced.
  6. Correct Tool for the Job:
    • Use the appropriate type and size of the drill bit for the material you are working on. Using the wrong tool or bit can result in damage to the tool, reduced efficiency, and safety hazards.
  7. Proper Handling:
    • Hold the drill with both hands and maintain a firm grip. Keep a stable stance with your feet shoulder-width apart to maintain balance. Avoid overreaching or standing on unstable surfaces.
  8. Switch Off Before Adjusting:
    • Always switch off the electric hammer drill and disconnect it from the power source before changing drill bits, making adjustments, or performing maintenance. This prevents accidental starts.
  9. Cord Management:
    • Keep the power cord away from the drilling area. Use an extension cord suitable for the tool’s power requirements, and make sure it is in good condition.
  10. Emergency Stop:
    • Be familiar with the location of the emergency stop button or switch on the tool. In case of an emergency, you should be able to quickly shut off the power.
  11. Training and Experience:
    • Ensure that operators are trained and experienced in using electric hammer drills. Novice users should receive proper instruction and supervision.
  12. Stay Informed about Electrical Hazards:
    • If using a corded electric hammer drill, be aware of electrical hazards. Avoid contact with water, wet surfaces, or conductive materials. Use a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) when working in damp or wet conditions.

 

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