Metabo Corporation has introduced a new demolition hammer that combines a powerful 15 A motor with Metabo VibraTech (MVT) technology. MVT reduces vibration and user fatigue due to its integrated damping system incorporated into the main and side handles. The MHE 96 SDS-Max Demolition Hammer is ideal for demolition in stone, concrete and brick, including sizing concrete openings for doors and windows, chasing cracks on floor repairs, wall chasing or embedding pipe and conduit into concrete or block walls. It is also useful for surface preparation and removal of over pour and splash in concrete work. The 15 A motor provides 0 to 1,950 bpm and one to 27 joules of single blow energy. Metabo’s vario tacho constamatic (VTC) electronic speed control enables the tool to maintain a virtually constant number of blows per minute between load and no-load, maximizing the productivity of the operator. An electronic soft start provides precise control from the moment work begins.
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The KHA24, Metabo’s first 24-volt lithium-ion tool, is lighter weight, offers more power and has a longer service life than rotary hammers powered with traditional NiCad batteries. The cordless KHA24 was designed to be highly functional and easy-to-use, especially in overhead applications, while on a ladder or in other places difficult to operate a corded tool. With the battery positioned underneath the tool, the KHA24 is perfectly balanced and can drill precise, straight holes in concrete, block, brick or stone using SDS-Plus carbide-tipped drill bits.
The DH45MR 1-3/4-inch SDS Max Rotary Hammer features patented Internal Double Insulation (IDI) technology and impact energy of 11.4 foot-pounds. Hitachi’s IDI technology enables the aluminum housing to be integrated with an injection molded inner nylon core. This technology combines the durability of a metal-bodied tool with the double-insulation advantages of today’s plastic housings. The tool bearing sits in die cast aluminum instead of plastic, improving reliability and greatly extending tool life. Hitachi Power Tools USA Enter # 6005 Grinder is lightweight, versatile Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation has added a new grinder to the V28 line of lithium-ion cordless tools. The V28 grinder (0725-20) provides the power, durability and portability needed to handle a wide range of applications including cutting bolt, pipe, angle iron and grinding weld beam that iron workers, mechanical contractors, general contractors, plumbers and electricians demand. With a 3.0 Ah, 28-volt lithium-ion battery, the 0725-20 delivers the speed (8,000 RPM) and power needed for fast grinding and cutting applications with longer run time. Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation #6006 . Ideal for wood or sheet metal Offering a no-load speed of 2,850 rpm, the BE4010 3/8-inch drill is ideal for wood or sheet metal. It has a drilling capacity of 7/8-inch in soft wood with the use of self-feed bits and a drilling capacity of 3/8-inch in mild steel. In addition to offering a 3/8-inch keyless chuck for easy bit changing, the BE4010 incorporates a variable speed electronic switch that allows for easy starting of a bit into any material. The 400-watt drill is lightweight at 2.64 pounds.
Metabo Corporation presents a new 24-volt lithium-ion-powered rotary hammer. The KHA24, Metabo’s first 24-volt lithium-ion tool, is lighter weight, offers more power and has a longer service life than rotary hammers powered with traditional NiCad batteries. The cordless KHA24 was designed to be highly functional and easy-to-use, especially in overhead applications, while on a ladder or in other places difficult to operate a corded tool. With the battery positioned underneath the tool, the KHA24 is perfectly balanced and can drill precise, straight holes in concrete, block, brick or stone using SDS-Plus carbide-tipped drill bits.
Th W6-115, 4.5-inch angle grinder weighs only 4.5 pounds (2.04 kg) and features a small diameter grip of 2-3/16 inches. Units are made for use in machinery installation, metal stud construction and steel erection, maintenance, plumbing, mechanical and electrical, as well as for light cutting or grinding of concrete. Units feature a 650-watt (six amp) motor with a zero-load speed of 11,000 rpm and maximum torque of 16 inch-pounds.