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Stanley HD45310 Hydraulic Underwater Hammer Drill (Includes Hose Whips-Excludes Couplers) AVAILABILITY: Rental Items Based on Availability. Purchases Normally Ship in 1-5 Business Days.

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The Stanley HD45 Hammer Drill is a rotary, percussion tool for underwater drilling in concrete, masonry, or asphalt using 736 Skil hex bits. The HD45 comes furnished with hose whips, quick disconnect couplers are sold separately.

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Additional Information

SKU 101476
Weight 45
Country of Manufacture
Mfr. Model Number HD45310
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Link to Schematics x
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Technical Specifications Specifications Chuck capacity: Up to 2 in. diameter or 4 in. core,
736 Skil HexOutput: 0-300 rpm
Input flow range: 7-9 gpm (26-34 lpm)
Input pressure: 1500-2000 psi (105-140 bar)
Optimum flow: 8 gpm (30 lpm)
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Product Questions

What type of pump is required to power the Stanley HD45 Underwater Hammer Drill? Do you also rent the pump? What is the daily rental for the drill and the pump? We will be drilling up to 3/4" diameter holes about 3-4" deep, in water about 10' deep. What is the most appropriate drill for this purpose? Thank you. KL