Chicago Pneumatic Red Hawk Gasoline-Powered Drills for Roadwork, Drilling

Sept. 24, 2015

Two Red Hawk gasoline-powered drills have been introduced to the North American market.

The Red Hawk Road, which is 48 pounds and 29 inches long, delivers 44 lb.-ft. of impact at 1,440 bpm. It is designed for breaking concrete and asphalt, sidewalk service, pothole repair/tamping, installing post signs/barriers and fences, and digging frozen or hard ground. With an impact of 16 to 18 lb.-ft. at 2,700 bpm, the Red Hawk Drill is a multipurpose machine at 55 pounds and 29 inches in length. Combining breaking and drilling in one, it is designed for light service applications, from installing signposts to breaking small areas of concrete to fencing work. It can also be used for splitting rock and digging in hard and frozen ground.