Question about Hammering
What kind of grease need to be use
Posted by Anonymous on
Only lubricate is not enough,the kind of grease is brand and breaker type dependent , but a consumables kit and a condition that the machine that front that the striking pin in the front air and lubricant is closed in terms of oil seals etc completely closed has very high priority otherwise it is only momentary, because all O-rings, etc. are to fast getting hot again a rapid solidification and its leaking again , and premature all kinds of rings are hardened again, therefore there must be a service (maintenance kit (spare parts) are used A NOTE a rotary hammer is not a demolition hammer and there is often more wrong with and most times too expensive to service in proportion to hidden defects with respect to the new price it than a heavy breaker
Posted on Dec 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look around there for some O rings we have had this same problem with some of our Bosch hammer drills, and they usually replace a set of seals around the nose of the tool
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
SOURCE: I have a demolition hammer
For most climates a good oil to use is air compressor oil (mineral). Sold at Lowes and many other stores. It has great lubrication properties and can take good amount of heat. In very cold climates where oil could thicken, store hammer indoors to keep warm until ready to use. Good luck
Posted on Jul 01, 2011
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