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There is a saying: "If you want to do something good, you must first sharpen your tools." Having a good tool can not only improve work efficiency, but also achieve harmony between man and nature. This is fully demonstrated by the gasoline powered hammer drill used by railway road maintenance workers for maintenance lines.
Zayanggao was once synonymous with railway maintenance workers. Every day, the road maintenance workers have to wave heavy shovel and struggle hundreds of squats under the rails and sleepers. Labor intensity is very large. Speaking of the "18 Gao" of the year, the road maintenance workers who used to be strong and strong have a lot of feelings.
Since the 1970s, the mechanization of road maintenance in the public works system has begun to appear. Early hammer drills were cumbersome. A "one-four" hammer drill is powered by a gasoline-diesel engine with low power and large volume. It requires four or five people to collaborate on the road. Once it is not in time, it will affect driving safety, and noise and exhaust gas will also seriously pollute the environment.
Nowadays, with the improvement of the level of science and technology, the tools for road maintenance workers have also been updated. The new hammer drill represented by gasoline powered hammer drill has become a good assistant for road maintenance workers.
The gasoline powered hammer drill uses a two-stroke air-cooled gasoline engine, which generates little noise and emissions. It emits carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and nitrogen-hydrogen compounds within the permissible standards, without jeopardizing the health of the operators and having no adverse effects on the environment.
The structure of the gasoline powered hammer drill is simple and reasonable, and the ballast can be easily tamped and enriched as required. Its work efficiency is more than 20 times higher than manual work. When the vehicle comes to the adjacent line or gasoline powered hammer drill needs to suspend the operation, the engine runs at a low speed, the centrifugal clutch stops transmitting power to the impact system, and the engine maintains idle speed and low fuel consumption. If gasoline powered hammer drill stops working, press the stop button or close the fuel cover.
The design of the gasoline powered hammer drill is very user-friendly. When the tamping head is not installed, it is 0.79 meters long and weighs 23 kilograms. After the tamping head is installed, its weight and height are also suitable for single-person operation, which can fully meet the needs of the railway "sunroof" repair work.
The gasoline powered hammer drill has the advantages of being light, flexible, and lasting, and has won the favor of the workers. It has become a good assistant for the work of the road maintenance workers.