striking hammer

striking hammer

[′strīk·iŋ ‚ham·ər]
(engineering)
A hammer used to strike a rock drill.
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It has been fitted with a custom-built electronic mechanism built to power the 200kg striking hammer to ensure it can still sound for important national events while the clockwork undergoes vital repairs.
The striking hammer is locked and the bells can then be disconnected from the clock mechanism.
Compared with traditional machines with striking hammer and their installation methods, such as wood and rubber flooring, isolation systems with coil springs and elastic elements are superior for faster and easier installation and assembly of the separate building.
The "House" wasn't ready for this massive hoist, the striking hammer was too heavy and cracked the bell.
Soon after revealing the facts about his father's death, Tajo killed Sadie by striking hammer on her head.
Some manufacturers went so far as to put the actual striking hammers inside the action, but put faux hammers on the outside to make their guns appear "safer."