Metabo Corporation offers 2 new 1/2" hammer drills that increase productivity. The SBE710 and the SBE 1100 Plus can be used on various construction materials, including concrete block, solid concrete and brick.
The SBE710 1/2" hammer drill features Metabo’s Variospeed electronic speed control that allows the user to regulate the speed from the lowest value to the highest. This new hammer drill has a maximum impact rate of 59,000 bmp, is rated at 5.8 amps and provides a maximum drilling diameter of 3/4" concrete, 1/2" mild steel and 1 9/16" softwood.
The 2-speed aluminum die cast gear box in the hammer drill offers a no-load speed of 0–1,000 rpm in first gear and 0–3,100 rpm in second gear with a maximum tightening torque of 248 inch-lbs. The tool features a 1/2" geared chuck.
The SBE 1100 Plus 1/2" hammer drill features Metabo’s Vario Tacho Constamatic speed stabilization that increases efficiency by working at nearly 100% of the no-load speed right up to the full rated amp load of 9.6 amps. The tool’s “LongLife” motor has 1,100 watts of power.
This new hammer drill also has a 2-speed die cast aluminum gear box and offers a no-load speed of 0–900 rpm in first gear and 0–2,800 rpm in second gear with a maximum tightening torque of 389 inch-lbs.
The 1/2" Futuro Top keyless chuck on the SBE 1100 makes bit changes quick and easy and ensures secure bit clamping. The hammer drill also features an electronic soft start, current interruption protection, maintenance reminder light and more.