This section provides an overview for pile driving hammers as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 15 pile driving hammer manufacturers and their company rankings.
A pile driving hammer is a hammer used for pile driving of fence posts and other structures.
It is used in a different way from a hammer like a regular quiver. First, you insert a stake into the pipe handle, raise the pipe and stake, and drive it vigorously up and down.
With a regular hammer, the hammer's striking point is so high that you have to drive in with an unreasonable posture, but with a pile driving hammer, you can drive the pile safely and surely in a natural position.
The hammer is made of iron and aluminum, not wood, so it will not decay and can be used for a long period.
The use of the pile driving hammers are to drive piles during agricultural work. They are often used in situations such as installing vermin control fences.
When installing a vermin control fence, it is necessary to insert the posts 1 to 1.5 feet into the ground. With a regular hammer, you are forced to work in an impossible position, but with a pile driving hammers, you can easily drive in the stakes by simply inserting the stakes into the pipe handle and sliding it out.
The hammer can also be used as a hammer or as a ground hammer, using the head striking surface like a normal hammer.
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