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Tue May 08, 2007 - National Edition
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The new vibration-reduced CP 0017 SVR chipping hammer from Chicago Pneumatic Construction Tools features several upgraded components for greater wear resistance. The added durability makes the unit an ideal tool for chipping, light demolition, and repairing concrete, stone and brickwork.

The CP 0017 SVR replaces two previous CP chipping hammer models that utilized a rubber vibration isolator. The new chipping hammer features a strong steel spring vibration isolator assembly that limits vibration levels, offering increased operator comfort and productivity. The unit also features a standard D-type ergonomic trigger handle.

The new vibration isolator assembly is easily maintained and is durable under stressful working conditions. Several other internal components also have been improved for increased reliability and longer service intervals, resulting in lower overall service costs, according to the manufacturer.

Two versions of the hammer are available, both equipped with a screw cap tool retainer and small shanks to keep the units lightweight. The CP 0017 SVR 3R weighs 20.5 lbs. (9.3 kg) and has a 0.68-in. (1.7 cm) round shank, while the CP 0017 SVR 3H features a 0.58-in. (1.5 cm) hex shank and weighs 21 lbs. (9.5 kg).

Both CP 0017 SVR models require 36 cfm (1 cu m) of air and can produce up to 1,900 blows per minute. The units are compact at a length of 21 in. (53 cm) and deliver a 3-in. (7.6 cm) tool stroke during operation.

For more information, visit www.cpconstructiontoolsusa.com.