Makita HP1640K 110V
Makita | MAK/HP1640K110V | Impact Drill – 16mm (5/8″)
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Makita | MAK/HP1640K110V | Impact Drill – 16mm (5/8″)


With lightweight 2 mode selection, rotation only and hammering with rotation hammer these drills have an exceptionally large drilling capacity up to 16mm in concrete. These Makita hammer drills are fitted with extended life brushes for a longer work cycle and all ball bearing construction for more work between service intervals plus a recessed lock-on button allows for continuous use and the soft grip handle increased operator comfort on the job.

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About this item – MAK/HP1640K

  • Dual purpose for “Rotation only” and “Rotation with hammering”.
  • The new reversing system allows extended service life of carbon brush.
  • No power reduction even in reverse rotation.
  • In-line positive grip design maximizes power thrust.
  • Large trigger switch for easy operation.

Item Includes with MAK/HP1640K

Side Grip, Depth Gauge, Chuck Key.

Technical Specification of MAK/HP1640K

Continuous rating Input 680W
Capacity Concrete : 16mm (5/8″)
Steel : 13mm (1/2″)
Wood : 30mm (1-3/16″)
Impacts per minute? 0-44,800 ipm
No-load speed 0-2,800 rpm
Dimensions 303 x 72 x 222mm
(L x W x H) (11-7/8″ x 2-13/16″ x 8-3/4″)
Net Weight 2.0kg (4.4lbs)
Power supply cord 2.0m (6.6ft)

Also, check MAK/HR2630X7 | 26mm SDS-PLUS Combination Hammer, 3 modes

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