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Makita 8406 Rotary Percussion & Diamond Core Hammer Drill 240vID TPMKT211
The Makita 8406 0.5”/13mm Rotary Percussion & Diamond Core Hammer Drill comes with drill chuck, chuck key, and side handle. It has a torque limiter and a powerful motor.
It can accept a large diamond core bit 152 mm (5-7/8") inch diameter. This tool is ideal for making clean-cut, smooth holes in tile, ferroconcrete, marble, brick, etc. Suitable for all sizes of dry diamond core from the small 28mm through to the large 152mm making it suitable for copper pipe, waste pipe and even soil pipes.
|Features And Benefits||
|Product Name||Makita 8406 Rotary Percussion & Diamond Core Hammer Drill 240v|
|Product Weight||3.5 kg|
|Product Type||Hammer Drills|
|Manufacturer Part Number||8406|
|Output Power||850.0 W|
|Drill Capacity Masonry||20 mm|
|Drill Capacity Steel||13 mm|
|Drill Capacity Wood||30 mm|
|No Load Speed||1500 rpm|
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