Special nozzle accessory
Hammer for inerting gas injected nozzle

Square section tip

The square section of the tip and its sharp edges allow an easier perforation of the wall to cross.

Perfect dimensions

With a weight of 2.5kg and a length of 50cm, the pre-drilling hammer can generate a very high and localised impact to drill with ease.
Product features
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PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Pre-drilling hammer for inerting gas injected nozzle. It allows to perforate the sheet metal of a container, a drywall, a wooden door, etc., to allow the introduction of inerting gas injected nozzles. Robust, it has a strap to secure its grip during the operation.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Weight
2.5kg
Dimensions W x D x H
Length 50cm
Material
304 stainless steel

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