chip slag impacting electric tool

Hi Have lovely electrodes - Bohler Phoenix Spezial D 7016's - which normally give easy self-detaching slag. But when filling a groove, if
proving anything but easy to remove. With lots of smiles, comment is use a needlegun and there's a diesel air compressor to run it. Problem I see - welding a while, then running down a ladder to start the compressor, run the needlegun, then run back down the ladder to shut off the compressor. Wouldn't like to have to account for how much work I got done in a day. Is there any good 110V electric tool to do this? What is your experience? Visualising grinding a chisel to a rounded end for an "SDS" electric chisel. Would work? Thanks in advance. Rich
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On 29/04/2019 21:17, Richard Smith wrote:

You can get electric needle guns.
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PS This tool is allowed to mark the surface, seeing as there will always be a next run (the final "flush" run is back to easy slag detach).
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Hi all - found an "SDS" drill with "rotation-stop" / chisel-only setting and it does the job perfectly. Problem if any is it needs very little chiselling power and it is difficult to accurately enough gently press the proportional trigger. Regards, Rich Smith
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Richard Smith wrote:

Why do you have to start and stop the compressor? you must have a different system to everybody else
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So it isn't using fuel all day. There's long welds and there is some time between chipping.
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