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CompAir Power Tools says that its DX2CS-VR chipping hammer has an 85 per cent reduction in vibration, compared with similar equipment, without power loss.Based on the company's existing DX2CS model, the vibration dampened hammer is said to conform to ISO 8662 and ISO 150349 standards.The company also claims that the tool can be used for eight hours each day, instead of the more usual 30 minutes for conventional products.The tool uses standard chisels and components and has a screwed ...

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