The 1-9/16 Inch SDS Max Rotary Hammer (DH40MCM) is designed to take on a variety of tasks including drilling holes in a concrete for anchors or rebar, demolishing and chiseling concrete, cutting, digging, tamping or driving ground rods.
This powerful 10 amp motor produces 6.3 foot pounds of Impact Energy and delivers top of class drilling speed. It's also easy and comfortable to use with an oversized knob that changes the mode from hammer drilling to hammer only, and an oversized trigger that is easy to use while wearing gloves.
Features of the 1-9/16 Inch Rotary Hammer
- POWERFUL: 10 amp motor produces 6.3 ft. lbs of impact energy for tough jobsite applications
- SIDE HANDLE: 360o side handle provides additional comfort and control
- IMPACT RATE: 2,800 Full load max impact rate to quickly remove stubborn materials
- RPM: 620 No-load RPM for faster drilling speed
- CLUTCH: Needle pin slip clutch for improved user protection in bound bit situations
- GRIP: Soft over-molded handle for added comfort and control, less fatigue
- DUEL MODES: Two modes of operation allow for greater versatility by providing the option of hammer drilling or hammer only
- EASY SWITCHING: Large change lever for easy mode switching
- TRIGGER: Large trigger switch for easy grip and control
Included with the 1-9/16 Inch Rotary Hammer
- Carrying Case (371122)
- Side Handle (330209)
- Depth Stopper Rod (971786)
- Grease (981840)Specifications
|Bit Type||SDS Max|
|Max No-Load Speed||620 RPM|
|Max Impact Rate||2,800 BPM|
|Impact Energy (EPTA)||6.3 ft/lbs|
|Capacity: Drill Bit||1-9/16"|
|Capacity: Core Bit||4-1/8"|
|Modes of Operation||Hammer/Hammer & Drill|
|Side Handle||360 degree|
|Tool Dimensions||17.6" x 10" x 4.1"|
|Tool Weight||(15.6 lbs) with side handle|
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