Hammer drill

Hammer drill
Special 3 function SDS+ GRAPHITE hammer drill (ref. no. 58G858) with 900 W motor is indispensible for fitting and demolition works. It features functions for drilling, pneumatic impact and chiselling that is useful for removal of ceramic tiles and plastered walls. Maximum impact energy is 4.2 J, which makes the tool very efficient against materials like concrete, brick or stone. Maximum impact rate at nominal rotary speed is 2800 impacts per minute and maximum rotary speed for drilling is 750 rpm. Hammer mechanism is protected with overload clutch that protects the device against accidental overheating. Main handle with two point anti-vibration system is coated with anti slip material. The gear casing of the tool is strengthened with magnesium alloy. Additionally, the tool is equipped with comfortable two finger switch, mains supply indicator and easily accessible hole for lubricating the impact mechanism. When brush replacement is necessary, it is shown with the indicator located on the tool body. The hammer drill set includes: drill, special key, rotary additional handle, anti-dust cover, depth gauge with toolless depth adjustment, grease container and convenient carrying case. Compliance with European standards is confirmed with CE certificate.

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Hammer drill SDS+ 900W, speed 750 min⁻¹, impact 2,800 min⁻¹, impact energy 4.2 J, 3-function, drilling in concrete/steel/ 26/13/mm, (LxH): 405x250 mm, weight 5.5 kg, BMC, accessories: drill - 1, drilling depth gauge - 1 pce, dust guard - 1 pce; auxiliary handle - 1 pce, grease container - 1 pce, special key - 1 pce, GHT PVC flag, velcro cord band

  • Power

    900 W

  • Voaltage

    230V~50 Hz

  • Impact frequency

    0-2800 min-¹

  • Max. drilling in concrete

    26 mm

  • Impact energy

    4.2 J

  • Chuck range

    SDS +

  • Cable length

    3 m

  • Weight

    5.5 kg

  • Rpm

    750 min-1

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