In most tool kits, a hammer drill is a basic tool; but, if a hammer drill isn’t properly used, it can cause serious injury. Because a hammer drill uses mechanical force to act just like a hammer, a misplaced staple and injury can result in a wrong flick.
Makita HM0871C 110V SDS Max AVT Demolition Hammer has a one-mode operation and Hammer Only. A one-touch sliding chuck adapted for SDS-Max bits. These bits you can easy bit installation and removal.
Here are some safety tips you should bear in mind when using a hammer drill; knowing these will help you avoid minor scrapes, bruises, and cuts anywhere on your body.
Work area clean up:
When you work with a hammer drill, trip hazards are extremely dangerous. The hammer consists of two components: the handle and the shaft. If you fall and the head is wrongly placed, you could very badly injure yourself by shooting a staple through yourself. So make sure the work area is clean and there is no debris on the ground before you start your work.
Using insulation for electricity:
When you work around the electrical wires, you should always use a hammer that has an electrically insulated handle. It helps to keep you safe from exposed cabling that can be obviously deceptive.
Use a handle isolated:
When you work with your hammer tacker for long periods of time, make sure you pick one with an insulated handle. It helps protect your hand from the vibrations and the strain you place on it.
Use in a safe space:
Make sure that you are sitting in a safe place while using a hammer, or have a stable footing. When you work at heights, make sure you balance properly. Because the motions you make with the hammer drill will throw you off balance, your ladder should be sturdy.
Do not use fastened handles:
Do not use a hammer drill that has handles sharp. The handles should always be round so the grip is strong. While operating for extended periods of time, edges tend to cut off your circulation.
Wear protection against eyes:
Whenever you work it is important to wear correct eye protection equipment. Your eyes are very sensitive and there is a slight possibility that a loose splinter (or the staple itself) could fly and lodge in an undesirable region on your body when you are tackling or stapling. See to it that your eyes are always covered.
Check the Hammer:
Carefully test the hammer before it is put to use. The handle should be securely fastened to the bottom. No splintering or breaking of the handle. Lightly swing the hammer to ensure the handle is not loose.
Toptopdeal offers Demolition Hammer Drill to you. There are a host of sizes and styles you can buy. The higher the number of joules, the more force the Makita demolition hammers generates. Whether you want to cut out a small opening, or you need to break open a concrete floor, it makes a pretty big difference.