What are some types of electric demolition hammers?


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The DH1020VC SDS-max demolition hammer produces at least 17 pounds-per-feet impact energy and also features an anti-vibration system with a control panel on the hammer’s main handle to easily use the system on horizontal and vertical applications. The hammer has balanced weight distribution that makes it easy to use especially when concrete chiseling or when using the hammer for light-duty demolitions. The DH1020VC SDS-max also features a longer hammer hand for efficiency when handling vertical applications.

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The DH507 SDS-max features an ergonomic grip on the hammer tube that makes the hammer easy to use when chiseling in tight spaces. The hammer also features a varying speed trigger and speed dial to efficiently control the hammer when in use.

This demolition hammer also uses SDS-max bit system for tool-free bit changes, which include automatic bit locking, maximum impact energy transfer and dust protection. The Vario-lock positioning allows the hammer to rotate and lock the chisel in 12 different positions. As such, the hammer has different optimized working angles.

The 11321EVS SDS-max uses 13 amps to produce 12.8 pounds-per-feet impact energy. The hammer also features an active vibration control mechanism to reduce vibration when in use and offers ample grip area to maintain speed. The constant response circuitry protects the hammer from overload.

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