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Milwaukee Kango 950S Combi Breaking Hammer - SDS Max Reception 240 Volt

Get the right kango, try the Kango 950 Combi - SDS Max Reception, 240 Volt manufactured by Milwaukee
£939.19

Milwaukee Kango 950S Combi Breaking Hammer - SDS Max Reception 240 Volt

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The Milwaukee Kango 950 Combi SDS-Max Breaking Hammer (10 Kg class) delivers an impressive 20 J blow energy for excellent breaking perfomance. It features DIGITRONIC® fullwave electronics for precise power adjustment to application. Its powerful 1,700 Watt motor can tackle the toughest applications. Ideal for use with generators.

The Kango 950 comes with 3 handles - all with AVS (Anti-Vibration-System) and soft grip for comfortable and less tiring use. It features a soft hammer mode to reduce blow energy for drilling/chiseling in sensitive materials. The in-line motor design provides additional comfort in below waist applications. An automatic lubrication system and the all-metal gearcase ensures an enhanced service life.

Supplied in a kitbox.

Specifications:
Full load impacts: 975 - 1,950/min.
No load speed: 125 - 250/min.
Full load speed (soft hammer): 125 - 250/min.
Blow energy: 20 Joules.
Power input: 1,700 Watt.
Weight: 11.8kg.
Cable length: 6m.

Drilling capacity:
Concrete: 50mm.
Core bit: 150mm.
Tunnel bit: 80mm.

240 Volt

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