You will need
  • -the perforator;
  • -the Chuck;
  • -drill;
  • -lubrication.
Take the drill and make sure it is working, to do this, insert the plug into the outlet, put the hammer mode to drill without a fight (far left) and hit the start button. Smooth without glitches or choppy sound indicates the proper operation of the instrument.
Purchase a Chuck that is suitable for your model of drill. If you don't know or are not sure what Chuck will fit to your model of rotary hammer, the most correct way is to take a hammer and try them for compatibility.
To optimize operation and reduce wear lubricate the punch of a specialized grease. To do this, open the lube and squeeze a small amount into the hole where you insert the Boers. Then abut the hammer handle in the floor or other firm surface where you can work, pull down the lower part of the head of the drill, insert the Chuck and return the bottom part of the head to its original position.
Insert the drill bit in the Chuck and rotating the upper part of the cartridge clockwise until it stops, hold the drill. Check for loose if the drill. If the drill goes, tighten the cartridge stronger. Turn the drill on to the network and repeatedly press the start button, allowing the lubricant to disperse.