Drop-In Anchor System Pro Instrument Reviews

hammer drill set tool -In Anchor System from Hilti offer drastically reduced installation instances when working in concrete and brickwork. Typically, the installation procedure goes something like this:

1) Drill down a pilot hole into the material.

2) Switch out your personal rotary hammer for a only two pound sledge.

3) Get the anchor.

4) Retain the anchor in place and lb . away.

5) Hope that you may get the anchor in deep and straight enough for any job.


The new Hilti Drop-In Anchor System, HDI+/HDI-L+, changes the overall game completely. You still need to drill down that pilot hole. When it comes to the setting the spine though, slip the automated setting tool right within the bit you’re already applying on your rotary hammer. Place anchor on the tool and let the rotary hammer do all the work. The results are impressive and Hilti does a nice task of showing off the time pocketbook in a head to head video below. Notice the stepped design of typically the plug reduces the amount of strength required to set the single point.

While the time savings are substantial and impressive, there’s more to consider. There aren’t a considerable amount of00 people I know that will claim they look forward to swinging in which 2 pound sledge all day. It takes a toll in your arm. If you’re doing hall installations, it takes a tarif on your neck and rear as well. While the Hilti Drop-In Anchor System can’t proceed the ceiling to a easier angle for you, they will have a lot of the work load off of your arm. Faster installation and happier arms result in more productivity. Of course , time is money, and the quicker we are off of one jobsite, we can get to the next.