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Area of application
Beronius types 103 and 104 were designed for special forgings in manufacturing, while the two large hammers, 101 and 102 were designed for hand and machine forgings at engineering workshops.

The hammer head is made of forged open-hearth steel. The height of the impact, which is regulated by altering the connecting rod's length, is adjusted to suit the thickness of the material being forged.

The hammer was started by a foot-operated pedal and the force of impact could easily be adjusted.

History

The Beronius "Spring Hammer for Forging Steel and Iron", of which four different sizes were made, was intended as an auxiliary tool for locksmiths and mechanical workshops, for production-scale forging or wherever the work involved heavy or light forging. It replaced the steam hammer which was more expensive both as regards maintenance and purchase.



 

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Beronius spring hammer 103

 

Designation/type                               Spring hammer Beronius type 103

Introduced                                         1886

Power requirement                          3 hp

Pulley diameter and width              296 mm / 65 mm

Operating speed                               400 r/min

Weight                                                 640 kg

Capacity                                              Forges up to 50 mm in squares