At PowerTools.us we have all the tools you need to power through any job. We have tough rugged power hammers that power through masonry, brick, drywall or anything you need to remove. Take a look at all of the options, because at PowerTools.us we know you need a good tool to get the job done!
These hammers aren’t only for putting a nail in. When you need to break through a wall to create a hole or larger opening, an electric hammer is an ideal tool and, for some work situations, our selection includes rotary hammers, which are essentially a multipurpose power tool combining all major aspects of a hammer to break through a wall with other power tool functions like drilling and screwing. Other types of cordless hammers we carry include both electric and air hammer designs by Makita, Hitachi, and Campbell Hausfeld. Our electric and hydraulic hammers include rotary hammers, demolition hammers, stroke hammers, and hammer drills.
When you have limited space in your tool belt or tool box, an ideal tool for its many uses is a rotary hammer. A rotary hammer has the basic functions of an electric, cordless hammer, and most rotary hammers are strong enough to demolish concrete, masonry, and stone. In addition to basic hammer functions, a rotary hammer can also act as a drill and a screwdriver. However, in the case that you may need a more powerful hammer or a more powerful drill, demolition hammers and hammer drills are better choices for their respective functions. A demolition hammer, for example, is designed to break through solid and dense materials like rock, concrete, and other masonry, hence the name “demolition.” But, when the function you need is to clear masonry and drill a hole at the same time, a hammer drill combines the functions of a drill and a hammer together to chip away at masonry and create a hole in the surface at the same time.
As with all power tools, sometimes “more power” isn’t always needed for certain work jobs. In the case of hammering, a stroke hammer is better for smaller, finer tasks. Our selection of stroke hammers includes various hydraulic air hammers by Campbell Hausfeld. These hydraulic air hammer models are designed for use in automotive exhaust tasks, front-end masonry, and any other job needing a device to cut, chip, or scrape through less dense materials.