Rotary Hammers are Evolving
More and more often now, we are seeing rotary hammers replacing other power tools, such as chipping guns and breakers, as they are becoming ever more and more advanced in their technology and ability to harness immense power. Traditionally, they are used to chip away and drill holes into concrete, stone and masonry, but nowadays rotary hammers are being used for other lighter jobs such as for chiseling and chipping applications.
Quality Dual Mode Operation and Carbon Brushes
The Makita 1-3/4″ Rotary Hammer with Anti-Vibration Technology HR4510C is built tough with a powerful 13.5 AMP motor and runs at 1,250-2,750 BPM’s, giving it the ability to handle your worksite’s most stubborn and demanding cement, mason, and stone projects. A dual mode operation is included on the Makita HR4510C which includes a “Hammering with Rotation & Hammering Only” option, giving professionals multiple choices for applications. An electronic variable speed control, allows the user to set the rotary hammers speed based upon what the current application needs are. There is an extended service life thanks to the inclusion of carbon brushes, which grant the tool an endurance that is almost three times that of other competitive models. In addition, Makita makes it easier than ever to change bits with the one touch sliding chuck, which also provides easy removal. A built-in torque limiter ensures the operator stable torque control while using the Makita HR4510C, which helps to provide better overall results.
The Makita HR4510C has a capacity of 1-3/4″ on concrete, stone and mason, and includes a 5″ core bit. The overall length of the tool is 18″ and weighs in at 18 and a half pounds. The HR4510C comes with a side handle, a D-handle, a depth gauge, a plastic carrying case, and some grease to get you started.