Bosch Hammer Drills
BOSCH™ hammer drills are ideal for both heavy construction and demolition jobs. If you need to bore into concrete quickly, or if you are doing a big tear down, a hammer drill is an essential tool. The right equipment can not only handle thick wood for hanging studs and drywall, but can also chisel through thick concrete, brick and cinder block smoothly.
Electric hammer drills work best for larger jobs, as cordless may not have adequate amps to handle tough surfaces. An SDS combination hammer can toggle between hammer and drill mode with a simple selector knob to be used in rotary hammer or hammer-only mode depending on the job. Bosch hammer, percussion and masonry bits sets include standard-sized bits that are carbide-tipped for heavy-duty use. Most Bosch hammer drills have variable speed controls and a slip clutch for easier operation. Comfort features like ergonomic handles with soft grips and auto-lock positioning help with accurate, safe use.
Demolition hammers typically have larger motors for bigger impact. Newer equipment also features additional shock absorption and angle-lock positioning to minimize fatigue. To keep the work area clean, Bosch collection units have standard-sized hose outputs to suck up tiny dust particles and keep them out of your eyes, nose and mouth while you work. Warning lights signal when the tool needs to be shut off to prevent overheating.
The wide range of Bosch individual hammer, percussion and masonry bits give you options for nearly any job. Coring drill bits have carbide teeth to help concentrate force where you need it. Look for adapters to use any drill bit with most electric hammer drills.
Bosch's wide range of electric drills can handle almost any job. Check out our full line of corded hammer drills and accessories for your next project and enjoy professional results.
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