Sectioned 'Little Giant' pneumatic hammer No. 2
Sectioned 'Little Giant' pneumatic hammer No. 2, by the International Pneumatic Tool Co., Chippenham, 1902
This sectioned hammer was patented in Great Britain in 1899 by H J Kimmans of Chicago. It is made entirely of steel and has a hollow handle through which compressed air from a flexible pipe is introducted, which can be controlled b ythe thumb of the operator.
With compressed air at 70-100 lb., per square inch, the normal speed is 2000 blows per minute.
- Hand and Machine Tools
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- hammer - tool
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- International Pneumatic Tool Co.
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