Metabo KH 5-40 1-9/16 SDS-Max Combination Rotary Hammer Drill - 9.5 AMP - 8.5 J - 600763620
- Combination hammer with 2 functions: hammer drilling, drilling, and chiseling
- Metabo S-automatic torque limiting clutch: mechanical decoupling of the drive for safe working should the drill stop unexpectedly.
- Robust die cast aluminum gear housing for optimum heat dissipation and durability
The next time you have a big job to tackle, consider the versatile KH 5-40 1 9/16” Combination Hammer Drill from Metabo. Whether you are drilling or chiseling, this combination hammer drill can get the job done. Along with durability, safety is always important, and with the Metabo S-automatic torque limiting clutch technology, you can rest easy knowing potential kickback is limited in event of binds or jams.
- Rpm: 620 RPM
- Power Source: Corded Electric
- Amps: 10 Amps
- Sound Power Level: 106 dB
- Max Impact Rate: 2800 BPM
- Max Bit Capacity For Concrete: 1-9/16"
- Max Core Bit Capacity Masonry: 4-1/8"
- Single Blow Impact Energy: 7.1 J
- Chuck Type: SDS-MAX
What's Included -
- (1) KH 5-40 1-9/16” SDS-MAX Combination Hammer Drill
- (1) Ergonomic Rubber-coated side handle
- (1) Drilling depth guide
- (1) Lubricating/Cooling Stick
- (1) Plastic carrying case
As they rarely require repairs, Metabo has developed an additional warranty for you - the XXL warranty. If you register, the normal warranty is extended to 3 years. Prerequisite is the proof of purchase together with the XXL warranty certificate, which you can generate after having registered your machines.
Registration is only possible within 4 weeks of the purchase date.
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