Why use TH306236 Rotary Hammer 650W?
TH306236 Rotary Hammer
Most importantly, if you need power, rotary hammers are the way to go – it packs power that a hammer drill can’t match. While it has the regular spinning bit of a drill, it also uses a large piston to produce its power.
No-load speed: 0-1700rpm
SDS plus chuck system
With 3 SDS-PLUS drills
Packed by BMC
Rotary hammers can be used for “doweling” (repetitive drilling of large rebar anchor holes), and drilling through-holes in concrete and masonry walls.
Rotary hammers allow you to take on bigger tasks, and using one requires less effort on your part. If you’re drilling 3/8-inch or larger holes in masonry, breaking up concrete, or drilling through rebar, you’ll definitely want a rotary hammer.
The good news is that a hammer drill does have a drill and drive only function. You can use a hammer drill as a regular drill by selecting the drill mode that disengages the clutch and the hammering action. In this mode, the tool works as a regular power drill or a cordless drill.