The 20V MAX* XR Brushless 1 in. Rotary Hammer is a high-performance drill powered by a brushless motor and a durable German-engineered mechanism, delivering 2.1 Joules of impact energy. The lightweight design makes this tool ideal for rod hanging, seismic & safety attachments, cable tray & strut mounting, clamp mounting, and rail mounting. It is part of the PERFORM and PROTECT product line, integrated with the SHOCKS ACTIVE VIBRATION CONTROL System and becomes OSHA Table 1 Compliant when used with the DWH303DH On Board Extractor.
- 2.1 Joules of impact energy for fast drilling in concrete.
- SHOCKS ACTIVE VIBRATION CONTROL System reduces vibration felt by the user at the handles, compared to rotary hammers without this feature.
- Lightweight design makes this tool ideal for rod hanging, seismic & safety attachments, cable tray & strut mounting, clamp mounting, and rail mounting.
- OSHA Table 1 Compliant when paired with DWH303DH On Board Extractor.
- Brushless motor and durable German-engineered mechanism for efficient performance and runtime.
- Rotating Dial to set tool to a specific application mode - Drill, Hammer Drill, or Chip.
- BLOWS/MIN 0 - 4,600 BPM
- CHARGERS/BATTERIES FAST CHARGER / (2) 20V MAX* 5.0 AH LI-ION BATTERIES
- CHIPPING YES
- CHUCK TYPE SDS+
- DUST COLLECTION READY TRUE
- IMPACT ENERGY 2.1 JOULES
- NO LOAD SPEED 0 - 1,100 RPM
- OPTIMAL CONCRETE DRILLING 3/16- 1/2 IN
- POWER TOOL TYPE CORDLESS
- SYSTEM 20V MAX*
- TOOL WEIGHT 6.8 LBS
- VIBRATION CONTROL YES - SHOCKS™
- VIBRATION MEASUREMENT 6.6 M/S²
- DCH273 Rotary Hammer
- 360˚ Side Handle
- (2) 20V MAX* DCB205 Batteries
- Depth Rod
- Adjustable Hook
- Kit Box
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We are providing this warning pursuant to a law passed by California in 1986 called the “California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986”, or “Proposition 65” for short.
A Proposition 65 warning does not mean a product is in violation of any product-safety standards or requirements. In fact, the California government has clarified that “[t]he fact that a product bears a Proposition 65 warning does not mean by itself that the product is unsafe.”
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