Electric Needle Gun Hire
Removes paint & rust from metal & textured surfaces
This light-weight, easy to use electric needle gun offers a fast and efficient way of removing rust, paint and general wear from metal, concrete and stone. Weighing just 3.5 kg, this compact nail gun is very easy to control, so you can be precise enough to reach the parts that need to be worked on most. Whilst using this tool, make sure that you take all reasonable steps to prevent injury to yourself. Wear protective goggles and a dust mask to avoid getting debris and dust in your eyes or lungs, protective gloves, and ear defenders. We can supply Personal Protection Packs, which give you safety goggles, safety gloves, dust mask and ear plugs. You can add this to your order during checkout. Also ensure that you take regular breaks from using the machine to minimise the risk of developing injuries related to HAVS. Please note, as these units are 110v pieces of equipment, you will need a transformer, a generator or 110V site supply in order to use them. We can supply transformers and extension leads - you can add these to your order during checkout. You can book an electric needle gun hire online or over the phone and then collect from your local store at the start of the hire, or we can deliver to you.
Based on: HILTI TE300-AVR Breaker
Single Impact Energy: 3.3J
Triaxial Vibration for Chiselling in Concrete: 13.5m/s² 1
Weight according to EPTA Procedure 01/2003: 3.8kg
Contact Force: 90N
Full Hammering Frequency: 4080 impacts/minute
A-Weighted Emission Sound Pressure Level: 91dB(A) 2
Max. Chiselling Performance: 350cm³/min
Needle Adapter: TE NA-1
Dimensions (LxWxH): 379 x 93 x 215mm
Please note: This product description and detail is based on the model we have the most stock of. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.
Used this to take 200 years of paint off my granite cottage; a friend borrowed it to do his house! Very good piece of kit. Just make sure you put a large capacity air compressor because it uses a lot of air.
Reviewed by Hugo