Makute Rotary Hammer Drill 1200w chuck size 32mm

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A rotary hammer drill with a chuck is a versatile power tool designed for drilling into hard materials such as concrete, masonry, or stone. It combines the functions of a regular drill with a hammering action, allowing it to break through tough surfaces more effectively. The term “chuck” refers to the device that holds and secures drill bits or other attachments in place. In the context of a rotary hammer drill, the chuck enables the tool to accommodate various drill bits and accessories, enhancing its adaptability for different tasks. This type of drill is commonly used in construction, renovation, and other applications where the need for drilling into hard materials is prevalent.

Input Power: 1200W
No-load speed: 4000Bpm
Joule : 6J
Cylinder size:32mm
2 functions
Anti-vibration system
Chisel-locking system
1PC Auxiliary Handle
1PC Lubricating oil
1PC Wrench
1PC sharp chisel
1PC flat chisel
3 PC drill bits



  1. Concrete Drilling: Rotary hammer drills are highly effective in drilling into concrete, masonry, and other hard materials. The hammering action helps break through tough surfaces.
  2. Masonry Work: The tool is commonly used for tasks like installing anchors or screws in brick walls and other masonry surfaces.
  3. Demolition Work: With its hammering action, a rotary hammer drill can be used for light to medium-duty demolition work, such as breaking up small sections of concrete or masonry.
  4. Tile Removal: When equipped with appropriate attachments, rotary hammer drills can assist in removing tiles and thinset from floors and walls.
  5. Drilling into Stone: These drills are effective for drilling into natural stone surfaces, making them useful in landscaping or stone-related construction projects.
  6. Installing Fixtures: The versatility of the chuck allows for the easy interchange of drill bits and accessories, making it suitable for tasks like installing fixtures, anchors, or fasteners in various materials.
  7. Construction and Renovation: Rotary hammer drills are commonly used in construction and renovation projects where the need for drilling into hard materials is prevalent, such as during the installation of electrical boxes, plumbing, or structural modifications.
  8. Hollow Core Drilling: Some rotary hammer drills are equipped with features that allow for hollow core drilling, making it possible to create holes of larger diameters.
  9. Heavy-Duty Tasks: The robust nature of rotary hammer drills makes them suitable for heavy-duty tasks that standard drills may struggle with, especially in challenging materials.

Landscaping Projects: In landscaping, rotary hammer drills can be used for tasks such as drilling into rock or creating holes for fence posts in tough terrain.

SKU: AHS88952 Category:



Safety Precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines provided in the user manual. This includes information on proper usage, maintenance, and safety precautions.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles, hearing protection, and gloves. Consider a dust mask if there is a risk of dust or debris.
  3. Inspect the Tool:
    • Before use, inspect the rotary hammer drill for any damage or defects. Check the chuck, drill bits, and power cord for wear and tear. Do not use a damaged tool.
  4. Secure Work Area:
    • Ensure the work area is well-lit, organized, and free of clutter. Secure the workpiece properly to prevent movement during drilling.
  5. Power Source Safety:
    • Connect the rotary hammer drill to a power source that matches the tool’s specifications. Avoid using damaged or frayed power cords. Use a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) if available.
  6. Switch Off Before Adjusting:
    • Always turn off the rotary hammer drill and unplug it before adjusting the depth gauge, changing drill bits, or making any other adjustments.
  7. Use the Right Accessories:
    • Ensure that the drill bits and accessories used are suitable for the material being drilled. Using the wrong accessories can lead to tool damage and increased safety risks.
  8. Proper Grip and Stance:
    • Maintain a firm grip on the tool with both hands. Stand in a stable and balanced position to have better control over the rotary hammer drill during operation.
  9. Secure Chuck Properly:
    • Make sure the chuck is tightened securely before operating the drill. Loose chucks can lead to accidents and damage to the tool.
  10. Avoid Contact with Moving Parts:
    • Keep hands, clothing, and other body parts away from moving parts, such as the chuck and rotating drill bits, during operation.
  11. Use Proper Technique:
    • Apply steady and even pressure while drilling. Let the tool do the work; avoid forcing it through the material. Do not use excessive force.
  12. Work in Well-Ventilated Areas:
    • If drilling produces dust or fumes, work in a well-ventilated area or use dust extraction systems to minimize exposure.
  13. Emergency Procedures:
    • Know the location of emergency shut-off switches and have a clear understanding of emergency procedures in case of accidents or malfunctions.
  14. Training and Supervision:
    • Ensure that operators are trained in the proper use of the rotary hammer drill. Supervise inexperienced users until they are proficient in safe operating procedures.

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