Rotary hammer, Bosch SDS plus
- The rotary hammer is suitable for drilling holes into almost any surface.
- The rotary hammer is ideal for drilling holes in solid concrete, stone, brick, and cinder block.
- Ideal for drilling anchor bolts, or chemical anchors.
- Can be used for light duty concrete, and brick chipping.
- Use eye protection, (safety glasses).
- Use ear plug or ear muffs when using the tool.
- Wear a dust mask or a respirator when operating the tool.
- Wear C.S.A. approved safety boots when operating the tool.
- Always unplug the tool when leaving it unattended.
- When moving to another work area, ensure that the tool is not plugged in.
- Ensure the voltage of the power supply is the same as specified on the tool's nameplate.
- In the household, make sure the tool is the only item plugged into the receptacle.
- Avoid using the tool in wet or damp conditions.
- Use a heavy gauge extension cord with the tool. Preferably a 12 gauge extension cord.
Product Specs :
- Weight : 10.1 pd.
- SDS-Plus (TM) drive system.
- Largest solid bit: 1 1/8".
- Rpm's: 300-700 rpm.
- Bpm's (blow per minute) 1650-9000 bpm.
- Dimensions: 15" x 6 1/2".
- Voltage rating 115 volts.
- Amperage rating 7.8 amps.
Operating Instructions :
- Lubricate the shank of the drill bit, point or chisel.
- Insert the shank end of the bit into the hammer by turning and pushing the bit inwards.
- You will know when it is ready, once the accessory locks itself in place.
- To release the bit pull back on the sleeve head of the drill and pull out the bit.
- Squeeze the trigger on the handle to run the tool.
- Rotate the front handle at the bottom, to move the front handle into a position of comfort, and then tighten again.
- The drill is variable speed in a dial form at the back of the drill near the trigger.
- Arrow points left: the hammer is set to only drill. (Wood, Steel)
- Arrow points right: the hammer is set to hammer only. (Concrete chipping, ceramic tile removal)
- Arrow points up: the hammer is set to hammer and drill simultaneously. (Drilling into concrete or brick)
- Do not push too aggressively, let the drill do the work.
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