From breaking down any masonry to working on redesigning walls and surfaces, Ronix 2806 demolition hammer is a suitable tool for anyone with or without technical skills. You only need to choose your tool according to your needs to achieve maximum productivity. We will help you on this path.
How does a demolition hammer work?
To answer this question, let’s find out how a demolition hammer’s mechanism works and what inner parts it has.
Motor and Mechanism:
Inside the Ronix 2806 demolition hammer, there is a 950W motor that every part of it is industrially produced with automatic machinery, including the rotor and stator. It works by connecting to a 220-240V and 50-60Hz power outlet.
One of the advantages of this power tool, alongside the weight and all of its features, is its unique design for medium and exceptionally light demolishing needs.
The industrial gearbox with lightweight aluminum housing and robust body design improves the tool’s performance in various applications.
The power and energy provided and transferred to the HEX bit holder come from the hammering system, including heat-resistant O-rings and high-quality gears, cylinder, piston, connecting rod, and hammering shaft made of the best alloys and materials. The piston’s movement inside a high-volume cylinder provides impact energy of 10J and a maximum impact rate of 2900BPM. Because of its lighter weight and suitable size, it could be used in various operations. So, the electronic constant speed function in 2806 moves toward comfortable working in different activities.
To adjust the hammering positions and increase the efficiency of each bit, HEX bit holder is included in the Ronix 2806.
This 6.5kg demolition hammer is made of die-cast aluminum alloy, a great material to enhance the power tools’ body strength and reduce the increasing heat during operations. If you have ever experienced the older generations of such power tools, you know the exhaustion during work. Imagine the anti-vibration system included in 2806. The result is comfort and a reduction in operational fatigue.
The main handle has a soft rubber cover for more convenient use in long-time use. Another auxiliary 360° handle is included in the box for maximum control and dominance over the tool.
As a demolition hammer used for one purpose in every worksite, the Ronix 2806 is equipped with high-quality switches. Around an operator at a construction site holding a Ronix 2806, there would be a lot of dust and the only solution to guarantee the durable performance of this tool is the anti-dust switch which comes with a switch-lock key for constant work.
Accessories and Packaging:
2806 demolition hammer comes in a Ronix metal case and other accessories, including a Ronix-built auxiliary handle, a pointed chisel, a spanner, a grease bottle, and a hex wrench.