Makita HM1111C110V
Makita | MAK/HM1111C110V | SDS-MAX Demolition Hammer with AVT
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Makita | MAK/HM1111C110V | SDS-MAX Demolition Hammer with AVT


The Makita 17 lb. AVT® Demolition Hammer delivers compact power with less vibration and a range of performance features for chipping and demolition applications. The HM1111C is powered by a 14 AMP motor with 12.7 ft.lbs. of impact energy, with Anti-Vibration Technology (AVT®) and a detached rear handle that is engineered to reduce vibration for greater user comfort. Additional features include variable speed control, soft start, constant speed control, and L.E.D. indicators for service and power alerts.

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About this item – MAK/HM1111C

  • AVT (Anti-Vibration Technology) ensures extra-low vibration performance.
  • Soft no load function ensures low vibration performance.
  • High durability and excellent demolition performance.
  • One touch sliding chuck for easy bit installation and removal.
  • LED lamp indicates when to replace carbon brush.
  • LED lamp is provided as a pilot lamp.

Item Includes with MAK/HM1111C

Grease for Bit, Side Handle ( Tool does not come with bull point).

Technical Specification of MAK/HM1111C

Continuous rating Input 1,300W
Impacts per minute (ipm)Â 1,100-2,650
Dimensions 528 x 115 x 247mm
(L x W x H) (20-3/4″ x 4-1/2″ x 9-3/4″)
Net weight 8.0kg (17.71lbs)
Power supply cord 5.0m (16.4ft)

More Details: A hammer is a tool, most often a hand tool, consisting of a weighted “head” fixed to a long handle that is swung to deliver an impact to a small area of an object. This can be, for example, to drive nails into wood, to shape metal (as with a forge), or to crush rock. Hammers are used for a wide range of driving, shaping, breaking and non-destructive striking applications. Traditional disciplines include carpentry, blacksmithing, warfare, and percussive musicianship (as with a gong). Hammering is the use of a hammer in its strike capacity, as opposed to prying with a secondary claw or grappling with a secondary hook.

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