Prescott Demolition Hammer Drill 1200w

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A demolition hammer drill, often referred to as a demo hammer or breaker hammer, is a powerful handheld tool designed for heavy-duty tasks in construction and demolition. It combines the functions of a hammer and a drill to break through and remove concrete, masonry, and other hard materials. Typically featuring a pneumatic or electric power source, a demolition hammer drill delivers rapid, repetitive blows to the surface, effectively chipping away and breaking up the material. This tool is commonly used in construction, renovation, and demolition projects to facilitate the removal of old structures or the creation of openings in hard surfaces.

•Voltage/frequency:220-240V~50/60Hz
•Input Power:1200W
•Impact Rate:2900 Rmp
• Impact force:12J
•HEX chuck system
•packed: metal box

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Uses

  1. Concrete and Masonry Demolition:
    • Breaking and removing concrete slabs, walls, and foundations.
    • Demolishing masonry structures such as brick walls.
  2. Tile Removal:
    • Removing ceramic or stone tiles from floors and walls.
  3. Asphalt Breakup:
    • Breaking up asphalt surfaces, such as driveways or roadways.
  4. Rock Excavation:
    • Breaking and chipping away rocks in excavation or landscaping projects.
  5. Chiseling and Chipping:
    • Chiseling and chipping away excess material or irregularities from surfaces.
  6. Creating Openings:
    • Making openings for doors and windows in concrete or brick walls.
  7. Trenching:
    • Digging trenches in hard ground for utility installations.
  8. Pavement and Pathway Demolition:
    • Breaking up and removing old pavement or concrete pathways.
  9. Renovation and Remodeling:
    • Assisting in the renovation or remodeling of structures by removing unwanted or damaged portions.
  10. Foundation Work:
    • Breaking through concrete foundations for repair or renovation purposes.
  11. Industrial Maintenance:
    • Performing maintenance tasks in industrial settings, such as breaking up old machinery bases.
  12. Emergency Rescue Operations:
    • Used by rescue teams to create openings in structures during emergency situations.
SKU: AHS84119 Category:

Size

1200W

Safety Precautions

  1. Protective Gear:
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety goggles, ear protection (if the tool is noisy), a dust mask, gloves, and sturdy work boots.
  2. Clothing:
    • Avoid loose-fitting clothing and tie back long hair to prevent entanglement with the tool.
  3. Inspection:
    • Before use, inspect the Demolition Hammer Drill for any damage, loose parts, or malfunction. Do not use a damaged or faulty tool.
  4. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines provided in the user manual.
  5. Secure Workspace:
    • Clear the work area of debris, tripping hazards, and unnecessary tools. Ensure that the space is well-lit.
  6. Stable Footing:
    • Maintain a stable footing while operating the tool. Avoid standing on unstable surfaces.
  7. Proper Grip:
    • Hold the Demolition Hammer Drill with both hands and maintain a firm grip. Use the auxiliary handle if provided.
  8. Adjust Speed and Force:
    • Adjust the speed and force settings of the tool based on the material being worked on. Higher force may be needed for harder materials.
  9. Secure Power Source:
    • Ensure a stable and properly grounded power source. If using a corded tool, keep the cord away from the tool’s working area.
  10. Tool Rest Periods:
    • Allow the Demolition Hammer Drill to rest periodically to prevent overheating. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for duty cycles.
  11. Avoid Overreaching:
    • Position yourself in a way that avoids overreaching or leaning excessively. This helps maintain balance and control.
  12. Use Hearing Protection:
    • If the tool generates loud noise, use ear protection to prevent hearing damage.
  13. Dust Control:
    • When working with materials that produce dust, use proper dust control measures, such as a dust mask or a dust extraction system.
  14. Emergency Procedures:
    • Be familiar with emergency procedures, including the location of emergency stops and first aid equipment.
  15. Training:
    • Ensure that operators are properly trained and experienced in using Demolition Hammer Drills. Beginners should receive proper guidance.

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