Chiseling hammer

The SDS-max MHE 56 chiseling hammer’s compact design – it’s 18 inches long and weighs less than 17 pounds – enable the tool to be used in various working positions and in hard-to-reach spaces. Its VibraTech handle, which reduces vibration up to 60% and enhances user comfort via an integrated damping system, can be fitted at three different points on the tool.
By Plant Engineering Staff February 1, 2009

The SDS-max MHE 56 chiseling hammer’s compact design %%MDASSML%% it’s 18 inches long and weighs less than 17 pounds %%MDASSML%% enable the tool to be used in various working positions and in hard-to-reach spaces. Its VibraTech handle, which reduces vibration up to 60% and enhances user comfort via an integrated damping system, can be fitted at three different points on the tool. The tool features a lightweight, die-cast magnesium gearbox housing, and its 14 A motor provides powerful operation. The chisel is lockable in 12 positions. Other standard features include auto-stop carbon brushes, a carbon brush wear indicator, a winding protection grid and a 360-degree support handle.

Metabo Corp.

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