Hitachi DH50SBK 2" Spline Shank Rotary Hammer (Grade C Reconditioned)
DescriptionThe DH50SBK Spline Shank 2" Rotary Hammer is used for crushing, demolition, groove-digging, edging, trimming, removal of concrete, drilling concrete and drilling anchor bolt holes. Applications include installation of air conditioning, piping and wiring, electric fixtures, sanitary facilities, interior finishing and other building, construction and repair work. This 2-inch Spline Rotary Hammer can blow away concrete at a whopping 9.6 ft/lb of impact energy. The exclusive "mouthless idle" hammering mechanism requires less pressing force and extends service life. There is a sealed grease system that ensures minimal maintenance. It features a special anti-vibration d-handle that minimizes user fatigue. It comes with auto-stop carbon brushes to protect your armature.
Features9.6 ft-lbs of impact energy, delivering high-speed drilling and forcible chipping
10.4 Amp motor, increases productivity and power
2-modes of operation, hammer & drill and hammer only for flexibility within a range of applications
Exclusive "mouth less idle" hammering mechanism, requires less pressing force and reduces wear and tear on tool
Sealed grease system, ensures minimal maintenance
Auto-stop carbon brush system, replaceable to prolong tool life and protect armature
Soft, non-slip Elastomer grip D-handle, absorbs vibration and improves comfort and handling
Removable D-shaped side handle, minimizes fatigue
Bar type side handle, improves control
Chuck Size: 2"
No-Load Speed: 300 rpm
Impact Rate: 2450 bpm
Impact Energy: 9.6 ft-lbs
Capacity: Drill Bit: 2"
Capacity: Core Bit: 5"
Modes of Operation: Hammer/Hammer & Drill
Handle Type: D
Power Input: 1140W
Tool Length: 19-3/4"
Tool Weight: 19.2 lbs.
IncludesMetal Carrying Case D-Shaped Side Handle Bar-Type Side Handle Dust Covers Hex Wrench Hammer Grease A 1oz Tube
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Big Sky Tool Reviews
The tool has all the power you can ask for. The bad thing is it didn't come with any bits and they are hard to find. I found a chisel bit for it but have not found a place to buy drill bits.
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