Rotary Hammer Tests

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  1. Anonymous says:

    If you wanted to be more ‘scientific’ about it, you could test them using two different approaches.

    1. Test them all with every different size of drill bit available. Each machine is going to have a slightly different rotational speed, blow energy and number of blows per minute and will work most efficiencly for a particular sized bit. Which is the one in the comparison graph that they give you to convince you that their machine is so much better than their cometitors.

    2. More pragmatically, look at which drill bits you shift the most of in your shop. Those are the ones your customers actually use. Here in the UK it’s mainly 5.5mm, 6mm and 8mm. You’ve guessed it, those are the sizes of the plastic wallplugs etc that we sell the most of. Comparison test the machines with those sizes in the various hardnesses of brick and concrete and you will have some information that will be really useful to your customers. You may also find that the candle that burns twice as bright burns half as long, in terms of machine life. Or, it might not and that would be a really useful bit of information too.

    Paul from London