Like all precision machinery, HiKOKI Power Tools require regular ongoing maintenance in order to remain in top condition,
and keep them protected from the harshness of modern workshops, construction sites and outdoor environments.
Your local HiKOKI Service Agent can discuss with you a maintenance plan suited to your particular environment,
application, and frequency of work but essentially your power tool should be inspected for carbon brush wear (if applicable),
bearing and seal wear, gearbox grease changes, contamination by dust, grit, water, or solvents, as well as electrical mechanical
safety checks. Like any machinery, regular attention to maintenance issues goes a long way towards preventing
major component failures and frustrating down time on site.
Select your product category below to see HiKOKI's recommended Service Intervals and maintenance requirements