Rotary hammer drill

Rotary hammer drill
Modern SDS+ GRAPHITE rotary hammer drill (ref. no. 58G505) with 400 W motor features modes for drilling and drilling with pneumatic impact action. The tool is exceptionally lightweight and compact, which makes it more similar to drills than rotary hammers. Large power allows to use the rotary hammer drill for drilling holes up to 12 mm diameter in concrete and brick or 10 mm diameter in steel. The rotary hammer drill also allows to change direction of spindle rotation, step speed adjustment and features switch lock for continuous operation. The tool speed can go up to 1500 rpm when drilling and up to 6600 impacts per minute in impact mode. Impact function engages when the drill is pressed against processed surface. Impact energy is 1.5 J. Rotary hammer drill has "click" feature for quick drill installation. The tool main handle is coated with anti slip pad for firm fit in hand. The rotary hammer drill set includes: additional drills, drill chuck, holder adapter, depth gauge rod, rotary additional handle, grease container and carrying case. Compliance with European standards is confirmed with CE certificate.

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Rotary hammer drill, SDS+ 400W, speed 0-1,500 min⁻¹, impact action 0-6600 min⁻¹, right/left, impact energy 1.5 J, 4-function, drilling diameter in concrete/steel 10/300 mm, power cord 3 m, tool dimensions (LxH) 290x175 mm, weight 1.75 kg, accessories: 1 masonry drill, depth gauge rod, additional handle, drill chuck + key, holder adapter, grease container, case

  • Power

    400 W

  • Voaltage


  • Impact frequency

    0-6600 min-¹

  • Max. drilling in concrete

    max 12 mm

  • Max. drilling in steel

    max 13 mm

  • Max. drilling in wood

    max 20 mm

  • Impact energy

    1,5 J

  • Chuck range

    SDS +

  • Cable length

    3 m

  • Rpm

    0-1500 min-¹

  • Rotation


  • Weight

    1,75 kg

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