The DeWalt DCH253 18 Volt SDS Plus Rotary Hammer Drill is ideal for drilling anchors and fixing holes into concrete, brick and masonry from 4mm to 24mm.
The hammer drill has a rotation stop mode for light chiselling in plaster, tiles and render and an impact stop mode for rotary only drilling in wood and metal. It uses 4.0Ah 18 Volt Lithium Ion batteries to deliver high performance, long life and maximum runtime.
The DCH253 features best in class vibration (6.6m/s²) to reduce user fatigue and maximise operating periods. A bright white LED with delay feature improves visibility.
Voltage: 18 Volt.
Power Output: 400 Watts.
No Load Speed: 0-1,200 rpm.
Impact energy (EPTA 05/2009): 2.1 Joules.
Blows per minute: 0-4,500 bpm.
Max. Drilling Capacity: wood 26 mm, metal 13 mm, and concrete 24 mm.
Weight 3.1 kg.
2 x 4.0Ah Li-Ion
We deliver throughout the UK and delivery times are 3 working days or better. We try to exceed this delivery time wherever we can.
Should you need faster delivery, this can often be arranged. Please phone us with your specific requirements.
Our returns policy allows you to return any item if it is not what you require within 14 days of receipt. This is as long as it has not been used and is returned in its original undamaged packaging.
Full details are in our Delivery and Returns page.
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