COEI HAMMER DRILL
The hammer drill provides powerful rotary hammering action for percussion drilling of concrete and masonry.
Applications include drilling for concrete anchors, piping and mechanical openings, as well as other construction and repair
Tool operators must always comply with safety precautions listed here and on stickers and tags attached to tool and hose.
These safety precautions are given for your safety. Review them carefully before operating tool and before performing general
maintenance or repairs. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage.
Operator must start in work area without bystanders. Flying debris can cause serious injury.
Always wear safety equipment such as goggles, ear and head protection, and safety shoes at all
times when operating tool. Use gloves and aprons when necessary.
Operator must be familiar with all prohibited work areas such as excessive slopes and dangerous
Do not inspect, clean or replace any part(s) if hydraulic power source is connected. Do not inspect
or clean tool while hydraulic power source is connected. Accidental engagement of tool can cause
Always connect hoses to tool hose couplers before energizing the hydraulic power source. Be sure
all hose connections are tight and are in good condition.
Do not operate tool at oil temperatures above 140°F/60°C. Operation at higher temperatures can
cause higher than normal temperatures at tool which can result in operator discomfort.
Do not operate damaged, improperly adjusted, or incompletely assembled hammer drill.
Never wear loose clothing that can get entangled in working parts of tool.
Keep all parts of your body away from drill and maintain proper footing and balance at all times.
When working near electrical conductors, always assume that all conductors are energized and that
insulation, clothing and hoses can conduct electricity. Stay safe distance away from electrical
If hydraulic power supply has been interrupted, place hammer drill in OFF position before
restarting the hydraulic power supply.
Never rest tool on your foot.
Never allow your face to come close to tool.
Never start tool while it is lying on ground.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in injury or death to personnel.