Percussive tool that is powered by compressed air; with the help of a piston, it activates a tool, which breaks through very hard matter such as rock and concrete.
Device that holds the tool in place in the chuck.
Part of the hammer to which the tool is fastened.
Flexible hose through which compressed air from the compressor it is attached to enters the hammer.
flexible hose connection
Fastening device with a metal part that accepts the flexible hose so that compressed air can enter the hammer.
Movable part that is opened by the control lever to let compressed air into the hammer.
Opening through which compressed air is expelled from the pneumatic hammer.
Device that lessens the noise caused when air exits the hammer.
Device that automatically oils the various parts of the hammer to prevent wear.
The two elements that allow a worker to manipulate the hammer.
Grip used to operate the hammer; the lever opens the throttle valve so that air can enter the hammer.