Metabo SBE 850-2 (600782620) 1/2" Hammer Drill - 7.7 Amp
For tough jobs, consider the SBE 8050-2 Hammer Drill from Metabo. This rugged impact drill features a die cast aluminum gear housing, providing optimum heat dissipation and durability. The Metabo Marathon motor with dust protection provides additional product longevity. The S-automatic safety clutch provides mechanical decoupling of the drive for safe working if the tool should stop unexpectedly.
- Vario (V)-electronics for working at customized speeds to suit various application materials
- Thumbwheel for speed preselection
- Metabo Marathon motor with dust protection for long service life
- Metabo S-automatic torque limiting clutch
- Forward and reverse rotation
- Rotating carbon brush bridge for maximum power even when rotating counterclockwise, e.g. when removing jammed screws
- Spindle with hexagonal recess for screwdriver bits for working without chuck
- Cable-protecting ball join for user ease and freedom of motion when working
What's Included -
- (1) SBE 850-2 Hammer Drill (600782620)
- (1) 1/2" Geared chuck
- (1) Chuck key
- (1) Rubber-coated side handle
- (1) Drilling depth guide
- (1) Plastic carrying case
Output Power: 490 W
Rpm: 0 - 3,100 RPM
Torque: 124 in-lbs
Power Source: Corded Electric
Amps: 7.7 Amps
Sound Power Level: 114 dB
Max Impact Rate: 58900 BPM
Max Bit Capacity For Concrete: 25/32"
Max Bit Capacity For Steel: 1/2"
Max Bit Capacity For Wood: 1-9/16"
Chuck Capacity: 1/16" - 1/2"
Chuck Type: Geared Chuck
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