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Hitachi DH50 MR SDS Max Rotary Demolition Hammer Drill 240 Volt

Need a drill, try the DH50MR SDS Max Hammer Drills, 240 Volt made by Hitachi

Hitachi DH50 MR SDS Max Rotary Demolition Hammer Drill 240 Volt

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The Hitachi DH50MR SDS Max Hammer drill has a powerful 1,400 Watt motor for high drilling speed and high demolishing performance. It has variable speed with constant speed control with two mode action (rotary hammer drilling and hammer only) with neutral position for easy positioning of chisels.

With soft-grip front and rear handles, auto-stop carbon brushes and a variable lock mechanism (12 stages) for chiselling.


Input Power: 1,400 Watt.
Bit Shank: SDS-Max.
No Load Speed: 110-230/min.
Full Load Impact Rate: 1,050-2,150/min.
Impact Energy: 20.0 Joules.
Capacity in Concrete:
Drill Bit: 50mm.
TCT Core Drill: 160mm.
Weight: 10.0kg.

Standard Accessories;
Side handle.
Depth stop.
Grease pack.
Carrying case.

240 Volt

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