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The Atlas Lam-Hammer Model #600 is a professional tool that makes the installation of interlocking floors quick and easy. It virtually eliminates damage to walls and cabinets, reaching easily under toe-kicks and other low spaces when installing the last board in a row. It applies its full force horizontally to the board to be moved, unlike the pull bar, which requires using a hammer at a downward angle. This downward blow can cause damage to the board, leaving a dent in it. The Atlas Lam-Hammer was designed for engineered wood and hardwoods. The planks are wider, longer and thicker than laminates, thereby requiring more weight to overcome the additional friction when tightening the pieces. The Atlas has a 3 lb. slide to do the job. It can be used on laminates as well, but with caution so as not to break the interlocking device.
  • Designed for the professional for large as well as smaller tasks
  • Includes 9 in. extension used in extra-low places, such as under a dishwasher, radiator or electric baseboard heater
  • Includes tapping block, used in the field where tightening of a gap is needed
  • Includes 20 spacers are used to prevent the boards from being installed tight to the wall thereby allowing for expansion caused by temperature changes, they are removed when the installation is complete
  • Perfect for installing engineered woods and hardwoods
  • All steel construction
  • Includes a non-surface-scratching polyethylene stabilizer ring
  • 3 lb. slide
  • Overall weight of kit is 9 lbs.
  • Lam-Hammer is 17.5 in. long and 3 in. wide (the ring's diameter is 3.5 in.)
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Q:Does this product work with 7/16" & 1/2" thick engineered hardwood flooring?
by|Feb 13, 2021
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A:  Yes, it works great for pulling all flooring tight, I always just use a scrap piece of wood between the lam ham and the flooring. If it is a nail down flooring, you might want to look into a floor Jack.

by|Feb 14, 2021
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