Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
Re: Pneumatic Air Hammer Choices

Bob Fawcett
>Chris,
I have never tried to use a single bit air hammer for texturing, although I own 2 of them. I used to be an auto mechanic and have a large Snap-on and a smaller no name hammer. I don't think either one would be suitable for texturing. They both hit to hard. I used the snap-on the other day to knock a hole in my poured concrete wall for the pool wiring to go through (faster than a hammer drill). The smaller hammer maybe, but I don't think it would give the kind of result you want. What type bit could you use?

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