About this item – MAK/HR4501C
- High performance and durability.
- Selectable two on/off switches on demolition mode.
- One-Touch Sliding Chuck enables easy bit change.
- An ergonomically designed handle with a rubberized grip provides more control and comfort.
Item Includes with MAK/HR4501C
Side Handle(D), Side Grip, Depth Gauge, Grease Vessel (Tool does not come with bit.)
Technical Specification of MAK/HR4501C
|Continuous rating Input||1,350W|
|Capacity||Concrete (with T.C.T. bit)|
|: 45mm (1-3/4″)|
|Concrete (with Core bit)|
|: 125mm (5″)|
|Impacts per minute (ipm)||1,250 – 2,750|
|No load speed (rpm)||130 – 280|
|Dimensions||458 x 121 x 288mm|
|(L x W x H)||(18″ x 4-3/4″ x 11-3/8″)|
|Net weight||8.2kg (18.1lbs)|
|Power supply cord||5.0m (16.4ft)|
More Details: A rotary hammer
is a power tool
that can perform heavy-duty tasks such as drilling and chiselling hard materials. It is similar to a hammer drill in that it also pounds the drill bit in and out while it is spinning. However, rotary hammers use a piston mechanism instead of a special clutch. This causes them to deliver a much more powerful hammer blow, making it possible to drill bigger holes much faster, compared to less advanced power units known as hammer drills, rotary hammers tend to be larger and provide a bigger impact force by utilizing a technology called the “electro-pneumatic” (EP) hammering mechanism, because it is powered directly by electricity instead of a separate air compressor. Rotary hammers have two pistons – a drive piston, and a flying piston. An electric motor turns a crank, which moves the drive piston back and forth in a cylinder.