What is a perforator?

What is a perforator?

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Answer: The perforator, an even more efficient drill

The perforator combines the advantages of the drill with those of the impact drill. It is a versatile tool, since it can be used as a screwdriver or chisel. If the perforator is a very powerful tool, which can even pierce stone, it lacks precision. It is therefore mainly used in masonry work. The perforator has three main functions, namely screwing / unscrewing, perforation and finally chiseling when drilling without rotation. The notched wheel allows you to switch from one mode to another. Two impact systems feed the perforator: the electromechanical, which strikes with a lever the tail of the tool fixed in the chuck, and the electro-pneumatic which propels the moving mass via compressed air. The electromechanical can pierce poured, reinforced concrete and hard stone, while the electropneumatic can pierce reinforced, stressed and vibrated concrete. You too, send us your brico question