Buy the best Hammer Drill Machine at an affordable price
A rotary drill with a hammering motion is called a hammer drill. It is often attached to the masonry bit. Typically, they are designed to drill into brick, stone, mortar or concrete. When it comes to how a hammer drill works, it usually rotates like a standard drill and also makes a forward-hammering sound. Battery power or electricity is usually used to power the hammer drill.
Hammer drills are often offered in corded or cordless versions. Emechmart offers extremely efficient power tools that can be used for a variety of tasks. They are mainly used for drilling holes in bricks, concrete and similar materials, but you can also use them for drilling wood, plastic and metal.
It can be used with screws and dowels to make holes for hanging pictures, mirrors, kitchen and bathroom items. A hammer drill can also be used to fix skirting boards or TV wall mounts. We at Emechmart, offer excellent quality Hammer Drill Machines from renowned brands such as Bosch Hammer Drill, Hillgrove, Dewalt, and many more.
Types of hammer drill machines to choose as per requirement
Dedicated Hammer Drill – A rotary hammer, also known as a dedicated drill, is a specialized tool that is commonly used when masonry drilling is required. It is practical and speeds up the work.
Corded Drill with Hammer Option – Using a corded drill with a hammer setting is better when you have access to an electrical outlet because you don't have to worry about using a charged battery. Corded drills ensure that there is an adequate power source. The electric hammer drills are more powerful, thinner and lighter than their cordless counterparts. However, they are usually noisier, less practical and limit your mobility.
Cordless Drill with Hammer Option – Compared to other types, cordless electric hammer drill is more advantageous. They are most helpful when there is no electricity around. These cordless wonders are a great solution if you don't need to drill hundreds of holes at once. Cordless drills are heavy, bulky tools with a short lifespan that are incredibly convenient.
Percussion Hammer Drill - Hammer drills are low power equipment units that often have a "percussion" or "semi action" pounding mechanism. However, the drill bit is rotated while hammering through two sets of mechanically interlocked toothed gears. These gadgets usually use cordless technology and are small in size. However, this type of drill is sometimes used for masonry or concrete drilling and not for construction drilling.
Electro-Pneumatic Hammer Drill - Advanced power units typically use a technique known as the "electro-pneumatic" process of hammering, resulting in larger, more powerful impact forces. It usually uses a single air compressor that is directly driven by electricity. An electro-pneumatic hammer consists of two pistons - a flying piston and a drive piston.
Rotary Hammer Drill – This type of hammer produces a more powerful hammer stroke, making it possible to drill larger holes more quickly. Traditional masonry crates are no longer sufficient due to this type of hammering effect. Concrete drilling is the primary use for this hammer. The Bosch Rotary Hammer is important for labour-intensive tasks such as drilling and chiselling hard materials.
Features to Consider Before Buying a Hammer Drill Machine
· Motor Power – If you plan to do light to moderate DIY projects at home, consider investing in an electric drill machine with a motor output of five to eight amps. But in this power range can make holes up to 1/2 inch in diameter.
· Power Source – Hammer drills can be powered by electricity or batteries. A battery powered device is more portable; However, you should make sure that it has enough battery before using it. Electric hammer drills, on the other hand, should be used closer to an outlet because they are larger and require an extension cord. However, compared to battery-powered drills, electric drills can provide a stable power supply and be more powerful. An electric hammer drill is the way to go if you work with concrete or other hard materials.
· Chuck size – You can attach a drill bit here; This feature will define the size of the hammer drill. However, the chuck size can be 5/8, 14 or 12 inches. However, some models include a keyless chuck, which means you don't need any tools to disassemble or reassemble it.
· Power and Speed Torque - Torque is used to calculate drill speed and power. In fact, if the torque is high, the drill will use more force. Additionally, some models indicate how many shocks per minute they can deliver to hard building materials such as concrete, brick, and stone.