Metabo UHE 2850 SDS Plus Hammer Drill is a special multi SDS Hammer with a four function gearbox. With SDS Hammer, rotary only gear 1 (low speed, high torque) rotary only gear 2 (high speed, low torque) and chisel function this machine is a true multi-tasking work horse.
Its primary function is for drilling holes in concrete from 5 to 20mm in diameter, but it can cope comfortably with holes up to 28mm in diameter. Features include a high blow force hammer mechanism, a strong aluminum gearbox for increased reliability and service life, safety clutch for machine and operator safety, forward and reverse action with carbon brush change over, VTC electronics for constant speed under heavy loading, thumbwheel for preselection of speed plus variable on the trigger, over-load and restart protection.
This machine comes with a quick release SDS chuck and a quick change keyless 3-jaw chuck
Input Power: 1,010 Watt.
No load speed: 0-945/min
Max impact rate: 4,400/min.
Max impact energy (EPTA): 2.8J / 207J/s.
Drilling capacity in: Concrete 28 mm, Steel 13 mm, Wood 28 mm
Tri axis vibration reading: 14 m/s2 in accordance with EN60745-2-6
Weight: 3.4 kg.
Metabo UHE 2850 SDS Plus Hammer Drill 1010 Watt 240 Volt
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