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Is there an equivalent?

Hi , i was wondering if there some tool equivalent to the air hammer ?? In other words is there a cordless air hammer in the market ?? I am just curious


If you are just talking about a hammer drill, yeah. But if you are talking about an air chisel or a jack hammer, nothing that I know of. They can take quite a bit to operate. There are electric jack hammers that weigh a lot but nothing battery operated that I know of.>%20Drills%20%2B%20Accessories%20>%20Rotary%20Hammers&utm_campaign=Milwaukee&utm_content=32580&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgqeogZ-c3wIVDoJpCh0MagFAEAQYASABEgIYsfD_BwE

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Yeah i was talking about the air chisel hammer i don’t want buy a compressor specially for that tool … thanks Bing

You can get a corded demo hammer but I don’t think a battery one would help much if they made it. I’ve got one of those battery vibrating saws and it worked great for drywall and light work but not really very powerful and the battery doesn’t last long.

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Interesting question. You are referring to the pistol grip air chisels correct?
The closest I could find are hammer-drills. These were ‘corded versions’, not like the battery version Bing linked to. Prices range from under a $100 on Amazon for Chinese versions to nearly $400 for a brand name. The electrics are HEAVY compared to air chisels.
But an air chisel, to be truly effective, needs a high CFM air compressor.

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I have milwaukee hammer drill but its way far from air chisel hammer i wish they would made the cordless version of it

Well, a bit more capable than a standard air hammer but price is right-|G|Base|D25T|25-9_PORTABLE+POWER|NA|PLA|71700000034127218|58700003933021540|92700031755124691&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIyJLIz4ad3wIVBDBpCh327QZgEAQYASABEgJiEPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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I think the OP is looking for an electric version of this, not an electric jackhammer.

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No kidding, did you find one?
That was the closest thing I could find.

No ofcourse i couldn’t find one i sent to milwaukee asking them they replied that the rotary hammer is the closest but its not i believe in future they gonna make one no doubt

What do you want to use the tool to accomplish? Then we can help you find alternate tools.

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Sometimes i wanna use it to help me removing stuck stuff like snap rings from wheel bearing , ball joints …etc

That’s the wrong tool for both those examples. A press is the best tool for ball joints and tie rod ends. Hammering away with a “tie rod separator” extension on an air hammer is one step above using a 5lb sledge with a manual version. Snap rings can be loosened very well using hand tools which have far more control than an air hammer. I’ve used cold chisels and light hammering to free them up when I have several air hammer options available. I wouldn’t think of using one in that instance.

I’ve used my air hammers for many jobs. Most of them relatively primitive disassembly operations. Strangely enough, I once used one of them to chisel the remnants of a mortar bed off a basement floor because I had the tool and it was convenient rather than going to the trouble of renting a small jackhammer…


Craftman (Sears) used to have a sort of electric-hammer gadget. Not gonna be as powerful as an air-chisel like photos above; it was more for hammering nails into wood in difficult to access areas I think, but it might work for the OP, who knows. The link below isn’t the one I saw, the one I saw wasn’t as expensive, but same idea.

Some more info on this sort of tool

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Thanks george i believe you solved the mystery i gonna buy it and see how it goes

Best of luck there OP, let us know if it does the job.