We supply America's largest fleets, shops and garages with highly reliable, high quality Air Hammers (also called Impact Hammers). From Chicago Pneumatic to Ingersoll Rand, you'll find the brand-names you know and trust at Ryder Fleet Products.
Whether you use your Air Hammer for body shop and general repair work, front end work, panel cutting, king pin removal, or for removal of truck springs and heavy duty spring bushings, it is important to keep the tool cleaned and well-lubricated. We recommend oiling the Air Hammer in the morning before use and at the end of the day with just a few drops of a good quality Air Tool Oil. If you use the tool continuously during the day, consider adding a drop or 2 in mid-afternoon as well.
Keeping your Air Hammer (as well as all of your Air Tools) lubricated helps protect the components and leads to a longer tool life. If you notice a decrease in power of the tool, try adding a bit of Air Tool Oil.