Rotary hammer drills use impact power to tear up construction materials. Many models include adjustable side handles that allow you to put your weight behind the drill for outstanding penetration. For maximum efficiency, select an SDS hammer drill. SDS shanks deliver power from the motor directly to the bit to transmit more energy to your demolition surface.
Many electric hammer drills have multiple performance options. You can switch from rotary hammer mode to drill/driver mode to make holes in softer materials such as wood or to install and remove fasteners. Variable speed triggers use as much or as little power as you need per task so that you can work with greater precision. Chipping mode hammers at masonry and concrete for quick breaks for jobs where you need speed rather than precision.
Since hammer drills pack so much power, you should get drills with outstanding comfort options, like soft grips or anti-vibration systems that prevent vibrations from straining your hands or wrists. Grab the lightest drill that still has the torque to drill into any material that you're going to face on your projects. Quick-change shanks reduce the time you spend changing bits so you can focus on completing individual tasks. Integrated dust collection keeps concrete dust from building up and blunting your drilling force or getting into your nose, eyes and lungs.
Hammer drills are exceptionally powerful and make short work of hard materials. Many operate in a variety of modes to accomplish virtually an job. Look through our hammer drill selection and familiarize yourself with their array of features to make the best choice for your needs.
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