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- Hammer Drill Vs. Rotary Hammer-
What's the Difference?


Hammer Drill
Rotary Hammer
Overview Hammer-like action on the material so it both rotates and pushes the bit in/out into its material. Two ribbed metal discs click in and out against one another, causing impact Hammer-like action on the material so it both rotates and pushes the bit in/out into its material. A cylinder of air is compressed by a piston, which in turn "beats" the bit
Best Uses Light Duty - Drilling holes into concrete and stone Heavy Duty - Drilling large holes into concrete and stone
Suited For Masonry Workers, General Contractors Masonry Workers, General Contractors
Other Notes Works well on smaller conrete hole drilling. Uses a standard chuck to accept wide array of normal bits More powerfull. Used on much larger concrete hole drilling. Uses specialized heavy duty chuck systems such as 'SDS' and 'SPLINE'

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