Makita 240V Corded Rotary Hammer Drill HR2470/2 2.6kg

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This Makita corded rotary hammer drill is ideal for drilling and chiselling concrete, brick, block, wood and steel; generating 0-4500 blows per minute; and develops a load speed of 0-1100rpm; using 3 functions through variable speeds. It has a depth stop for added control. Its maximum drilling capacities are 24mm on masonry, 13mm on metal, and 32mm on wood.

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  • Mechanical safety clutch
  • All metal gearing

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Technical specification of Makita 240V Corded Rotary Hammer Drill HR2470/2 2.6kg
Brand Makita
Colour description Black and teal
Corded/Cordless Corded
Blows per minute 0-4500bpm
Drill functions 3 function
Fitting type SDS Plus
Depth adjustment Depth stop
Voltage 240V
Power input 780W

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The drill is the most popular and versatile of all power tools and has become an essential in every DIY tool kit. Not only useful for drilling holes into a variety of materials, they can also be used to drive home screws (with the correct bit attached).

Consider whether you will be looking for a drill with a 'hammer' action - Not only can these drills rotate a drill bit, but they can also apply a 'hammering' action. Switch to hammer (or impact) mode, and the drill bit is vibrated and shunted forwards rapidly as it turns. This makes for quick work, especially through harder wall surfaces or materials. Fit a specialist chisel bit, and you can use your hammer drill for 'chasing' - making a channel in walls to hide wires and cables.

This guide will help you to choose the right drill for your needs - and explain the function of some of the most popular accessories.

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