A demolition hammer is a powerful tool meant to break down large walls made of concrete. We carry a variety of sizes, (19LB, 23LB, 68LB) and styles that you can rent from us. A demolition hammer is not just meant to use on walls but can be used on any material that is thick, bulky and solid. A demolition hammer uses a bit that pounds the surface, which breaks it into pieces. Improper use of a demolition hammer can cause serious damage to property as well as yourself.
When you need to drill holes into solid surfaces, the HAMMER DRILL is the best tool for the job, especially when trying to make more than a few holes. The push and pull motion, along with the drilling effect, are the key features that makes a drilling hammer efficient in drilling on tough materials rapidly and easily.
Concrete core drilling involves the skill of drilling neat round holes in any concrete surface including floors and walls. It is the most recognized form of drilling. Concrete core drills come in handy when you require a shelf, want to install lights, or hang a frame.
Electricians and plumbers are the most known concrete core drill users because their everyday work duties require them to drill into walls, ceilings, and floors.
We offer different size bits to rent as well.
ELECTRIC CORE DRILL
When selecting a core drill, you will need to know what the largest diameter hole you require to drill, and will you be drilling by hand or using a stand. Hand held is acceptable for drilling smaller holes or in brick or other soft material, but if drilling larger diameters in concrete or reconstituted limestone, you will requires a core drill stand.
Using a drill stand is the best way to drill with accuracy. It is important that your drill stand is sturdily attached to a table with either screws or vice grips and that the height of the work table is a good level, as you will have to apply pressure to the arm of the drill stand.
ELECTRIC CORE DRILL WITH STAND
Jack hammers are also referred to as pneumatic drills and they are mainly used in the breaking down of roads, concrete pavements, and rocks. Jack hammers find plenty of use in mining and excavation duties as well as in construction projects. In the latter task, the jack hammer finds most use in demolition duties as well as in building foundation settings.
Dewalt Electric Jack Hammer