HR4511 models have been developed as successor models of HR4500C, featuring low vibration level and high work efficiency.
Advance AVT enhance Makita Anti-Vibration with 3-component system that sets new standards in vibration reduction, with no compromise in performance. The air actuated counterbalance moves counterweight pistons in the opposite direction of the drive piston to actively reduce vibration.
The main use of rotary hammer drills is to frequently drill holes in the concrete. The Makita 1510W uses 1510W power and a no-load speed of 150-310 rpm. The Makita HR5202C comes with two new on/off switches that can be used in hammering mode. The rotary hammer drills are mainly used for heavy-duty drills such as drilling into mixed joint concrete, making holes into woods etc.
Makita rotary hammer has a Ergonomically designed handle with rubberized grip provides more control and comfort.
The HR5212C is engineered for a range of concrete applications including drilling/coring through-holes for pipes, setting larger anchors, securing tilt-wall supports, small chipping applications, and more. It is ideal for a range of trades including masons, concrete contractors, demolition contractors, plumbers, electricians, sprinkler installers, and general contractors seeking a best-in-class rotary hammer.