DCH334X2 Brushless Q/C Chuck SDS Plus Hammer 18/54V 2 x 9,0/3,0Ah Li-Ion (DEWDCH334X2)

Reference: ME14137871

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DCH334X2 Brushless Q/C Chuck SDS Plus Hammer 18/54V 2 x 9,0/3,0Ah Li-Ion (DEWDCH334X2)
£1,023.56

Description

The DEWALT DCH334X2 XR FlexVolt Brushless SDS Plus Hammer is supplied with a quick- release SDS Plus tool holder and keyless chuck for easy switching between hammer/rotary hammer and rotary only applications, Has a brushless motor for extreme runtime and reduced maintenance, Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design for improved comfort and support during extended operating periods,

With rotation stop mode for light chiselling in plaster, tiles and render and impact stop mode for rotary only drilling in wood and metal, Ideal for drilling anchors and fixing holes into concrete, brick and masonry from 4mm to 30mm, Also fitted with a bright white LED with delay feature that improves visibility,

DEWALT FlexVolt XR batteries stand at the forefront of cordless technology, They are the world's first convertible 18/54 Volt batteries, offering unprecedented levels of power, Provides the unique ability to power heavy-duty construction power tools whilst still being compatible with existing DEWALT XR 18 Volt products and offering increased runtime,

Specification

Battery Capacity: 9,0Ah@18 Volt & 3,0Ah@54 Volt,
Modes: Rotary, SDS Hammer, Chisel Only,
No Load Speed: 0-1,000/min,
Impact Rate: 0-4,480/min with 3,5 Joules,
Capacity: Concrete: 30mm, Steel: 13mm, Wood: 26mm,
Weight 3,7kg,

  • Brand DEWALT
  • Power supply Cordless
  • Released engery 3.5 Joule
  • Battery capacity 3 Ah
  • Weight 3.7 kg
  • ManoMano Reference ME14137871
  • SKU DEWDCH334X2

About The Brand

DEWALT

From 1924 to 2018 DEWALT continues to design and optimize professional workhorse solutions- tools, accessories and service - to ensure absolute confidence for the toughest jobsite conditions. WE are DEWALT, and we are GUARANTEED TOUGH.