Air Hammer employs vibration-fighting cushion.

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Model PH3050 employs dual elastomer cushion that displaces and absorbs energy rather than transmitting it to user's hand. Heavy piston and 3 in. stroke delivers harder blows. Four-position air regulator allows flexibility in selecting proper air flow. At 4 different settings, hammer can strike 1,740-2,460 blows/min. Replaceable brass inlet filter protects hammer from damaging debris and multi-port direct exhaust keeps air away from work area.



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New Snap-on® PH3050 Air Hammer Reduces Vibration, Increases Power


Dual Elastomer Cushions Isolate Vibration; Heavier Piston Adds 30 Percent More Force

KENOSHA, Wis., March 3, 2004 - The vibration is down and the power is up on the new PH3050 Air Hammer from Snap-on Tools Company.

The company's exclusive use of vibration-fighting dual elastomer cushions reduces vibration in the PH3050 Air Hammer by 300 percent, compared to competitive models. The elastomer
cushions isolate vibration similar to the way motor mounts and shock absorbers work, displacing and absorbing energy rather than transmitting it to the user's hand.

With a 40 percent heavier piston and a three-inch stroke, the PH3050 Air Hammer delivers harder hitting blows - a 30 percent increase that translates into quicker cutting through a variety
of surfaces and materials.

A built in four-position air regulator gives the operator maximum flexibility in selecting the proper air flow for the application at hand. At its four different settings, the PH3050 Air Hammer's can strike 1,740 to 2,460 blows per minute.

The tool's replaceable brass inlet filter protects the air hammer from damaging debris and prolongs tool life. Other durability features include the use of high grade steel in the tool's barrel, a Kevlar® reinforced flutter disk and a hardened front-bore bit for greater strength and tool life.

In addition to the dramatic reduction in tool vibration, the PH3050 Air Hammer provides other operator-comfort features, including an oversized soft grip comfort cushion trigger to reduce finger irritation and provide greater operator control of the tool's variable speed trigger. The tool's multi-port direct exhaust keeps air away from the work area, allowing for increased work performance. The 4.9-lb. unit sports a T-handle design for optimum tool balance and control while in use.

Customers can find out more about the PH3050 Air Hammer from Snap-on Tools Company by contacting their local Snap-on representative, visiting www.snapon.com or calling toll free 877-SNAPON-2 (877-762-7662).

Snap-on Tools Company is a subsidiary of Snap-on Incorporated, a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of tool and equipment solutions for professional tool users. Product
lines include hand and power tools, diagnostics and shop equipment, tool storage products, diagnostics software and other solutions for the transportation service, industrial, government, education, agricultural, and other commercial applications, including construction and electrical. Products are sold through its franchisee dealer van, distributor channels and company direct sales, including snapon.com. Founded in 1920, Snap-on Tools is a $2+ billion, S&P 500 company
headquartered in Kenosha, Wis., and employs approximately 12,700 worldwide.

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