Air Tools

Posted by Tamco Tools on Mar 22, 2018 12:18:59 PM

Tamco Tools supplies an entire lineup of handheld pneumatic construction tools. Some of these tools air tools are needed for roadwork, concrete demolition, bridge deck removal, or other less common applications.

 

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Paving breakers offer a rugged and reliable tool for whatever task you may have for them. Paving breakers are most commonly available in 30lb, 40lb, 60lb, and 90lb options.

All paving breakers use a Hex steel in various sizes. Points, chisels, and asphalt cutters are the most commonly used.  Their "T" handle design makes these tools most useful for normal standing applications, not horizontal or overhead work.
Mufflers are available to help deaden noise.

30 and 40 pound hammers are the perfect size and weight for light to medium jobs.

60 and 90 pound breakers are designed with larger demolition jobs in mind. Breaking rock, reinforced concrete, or pavement, these breakers have plenty of power to get the
job done.

 

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Clay Diggers and Trench Diggers specialize in digging packed soil and clay from around forms, footers, or any other construction area. 

Clay Diggers are "D" handle tools for easy 1-handed operation in tight spaces. Trench diggers offer the comfort and control of a T-handle.

 

 

Rock Drills

14611853535717eb49631612Rock Drills are offering in a wide range of weights to suit your job - from 8lbs to 60lbs. We offer multiple rock drills for a wide variety of applications, whether you are drilling through rock, concrete, or brick.

Multiple sizes of bits are available, from 5/16" to 3"+.

The Toku TJ-20 and TJ-15 are mid-sized rock drills that are great for road building, shaft sinking, quarrying, as well as general demolition or construction work.


The Toku THD-1100N is a lightweight drill that is able to get into smaller spaces other drills cannot. This D-handled drill packs big power in a compact package.

 

Rivet Busters
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Rivet busters are the ideal tool for any mid-sized demolition job. They perform under the toughest conditions, whether you’re demolishing bridge decks, parking garages, ripping tanks, cutting rivet heads, or any demolition work.

The Rivet Busters are available in goose-neck or D-handles, and are available for either small buster or jumbo buster steel. Rivet busters mostly use points or chisels.

 

Chipping Hammers

Chipping hammers have 2 distinct types of tools - "Gooseneck" and "4-Bolt" Style tools.
Gooseneck and 4-Bolt refer to the handle style of the tool. These are chosen by the operator on preference.  The Gooseneck tool will weigh just a bit less Than their 4-Bolt counterpart. Chipping hammers are available in different stroke lengths. Longer stroke length means more power, but less blows per minute.

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4-Bolt Style tools are very popular in rental because of their reliability.  The "D" handle design allows for 1 handed use and compact size makes it easy to fit in confined spaces.

 

 

Weld Flux and Needle Scalers

14612413065718c5da1efcda14612412445718c59c438f3gWeld Flux and Needle Scalers are used for descaling tanks and metal, and removing small amounts of concrete.

Weld scalers use chisels, whereas needle scalers use a set of needles for impacting surfaces.

 

Weld scalers convert to needle scalers quickly and easily.

 

Rammers and Tampers

 

14611864815717efb170b60We offer a variety of rammers for the job site, foundry, or mill. Applications include packing sand for casting molds, or tamping dirt around poles or back filling trenches. Long handled tampers are

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best used in applications with more room. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Deciding on the right tool for the job takes some planning and consideration.  Give us a call so we can get the right tool into the right hands, to get the work done!

Remember:

  • Air pressure is a definite factor
  • Air tools need oil to run properly
  • The right steel can make a difference!
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