The Makita HP1640K 13mm Percussion Drill has a dual puropse action, rotation only and rotation with hammering mode. It is fitted with a new reversing system that allows extended service life of the carbon brush; no power reduction even in reverse rotation.
The variable speed is controled by a trigger for easy speed change when in use and it has forward/reverse rotation. The in-line positive grip design maximises power thrust. The tool has double insulation to protect the user.
Comes with a carry case.
Input Power: 680W
No Load Speed: 0-2,800/min.
Impact Rate: 0-44,800/bpm
Capacity: Steel: 13mm, Masonry: 16mm, Wood: 30mm
All vibration figures quoted are Tri-axial to EN60745 2006.
Vibration: Drilling: 2.5 m/sec².
Vibration: Hammer Drilling: 19 m/sec².
Vibration K Factor: 2 m/sec².
Noise Sound Pressure: 92 dB(A).
Noise Sound Power: 103 dB(A).
Noise K factor: 3 dB(A).
Makita HP1640K 13mm Percussion Drill 680 Watt 110 Volt Version.
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