- Swing hammer mechanism for high performance and long term service
- Reverse spool wiper seals
- Built-in reverse check valve for long operating life for hydraulic seals
- Foamed plastisol handle for better grip and comfort for the commercial diver
- Cast-in lifting eye which helps for underwater tool balance
- Quick-change chuck with three large detent balls to positively retain the 7/16 in. hex shanks. The rib on the chuck sleeve makes it easy to push to release
- Over-sized reversing spool is protected by heavy duty wiper seals. These wiper seals clean away dirt as the spool is moved
- Accessible dual-spool selector under a seal plug at the rear of the underwater tool
- Flush-face quick disconnect couplers are sold separately. For couplers, please purchase 1 set of Part Number 03971 Quick Disconnect Couplers.
Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Impact Drill part number ID07920 Includes
- 12 in. Pigtail Hose Whips (All tools require 2): Part Number 01652
- User Manual
- Output Capacity: 7/16 in. Quick Change or 1/2 in. Square Drive
- Torque: 500 ft. lbs (675 Nm)
- Input Flow Range: 4-12 gpm (15-45 lpm) at the commercial diver
- Input Pressure: 750-2000 psi (50-140 bar)
- Weight: 7.2 lbs (3.3 kg)
- Length: 8.5 in. (21.6 cm)
- Width: 4.5 in. (11.4 cm)
- Height: 10 in. (25.4 cm)
- Motor: Hyrevz™ motor
- Porting: -8 SAE O-ring
The Stanley Underwater Hydraulic Impact Drill ID07 can be used by commercial divers to drive wood augers into the hardest salt-cured or creosote-treated poles underwater and also break tough bolts and nuts as well. The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Impact Drill ID07 has the commercial diving work-site proven swing-hammer mechanism that will deliver high performance and longterm service. The integral Stanley Hyrevz™ gear motor is manufactured to exacting standards to deliver maximum efficiency.
The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Impact Drill ID07 comes furnished with hose whips. Quick disconnect couplers are sold separately.
The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Impact Drill ID07 is available in 7/16 in. hex quick change chuck or 1/2 in. square drive. The quick-change chuck has three large detent balls to positively retain the 7/16 in. hex shanks. The rib on the chuck sleeve makes it easy for the commercial diver to push to release, even with gloved hands.
The new over-sized reversing spool is protected by heavy duty wiper seals. These wiper seals clean away dirt as the spool is moved. Dirt cannot get in between the spool and housing bore to create leak-causing scratches. A clean spool always runs in the housing; the dirt is left outside.
The built-in reverse-check valve prevents the commercial diver from operating the wrench when reverse-plumbed to the hydraulic system. Preventing reverse operation ensures a long operating life for the hydraulic seals.
Coated with a thick, tough layer of foamed-plastisol, the handle transmits very little heat. The foamed plastisol gives a more comfortable grip to the tool. The forward position of the handle places more of the underwater tool weight on the commercial diver's hand for better balance and control. The cast-in lifting eye is always available, unlike screwed-in lifting rings which may come loose and fall off.
The Stanley dual-spool selector is accessible under a seal plug at the rear of the underwater tool. Setting the tool for open- or closed-center operation is as simple as opening or closing a valve. The selector is not susceptible to moving under the vibration of use and is completely protected from accidental or unintentional access. The seal plug also protects the end of the trigger spool and dual-spool selector from water and dirt.
*Please see ACCESSORIES tab for service tools and accessories for the Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Impact Drill ID07.
*Please see PARTS tab on this webpage for the list of sockets and adapters associated with this underwater tool.
*Please reference the DOCUMENTS tab for downloadable and printable files on this underwater tool. Available files for download are listed below:
- ID07 Accessories
- ID07 Users Manual
- ID07 Blowapart and Key
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Will my tool operate if I use a lower flow rate than what would be considered optimum for the tool to operate?Yes, most tools have an optimal flow range, as long as the gallons per minute delivered to the tool is within this range the tool will work. However, please be award that the tool will run at a slower speed based on the flow rated delivered to the tool. Basically, the lower the gallons per minute the slower the tool will run.