Bosch Rotary Hammer
Originally published: 10.30.12 by
Bosch Rotary Hammer
The Bosch Power Tools RH850VC 1-7/8-inch SDS-max Rotary Hammer boasts several features that maximize productivity and minimize wear and tear on the user. The RH850VC has a total of 9.3 foot-pounds of impact energy.
In addition, optimized RPMs ranging from 150-305, BPM's from 1,380-2,760 and a 13.5 amp motor, enable it to enhance productivity during all-day use and allow users to get more done in less time on the jobsite.
The RH850VC is the first Bosch Hammer to feature three levels of vibration control. The first level is a longer air cushion, the second level consists of a tuned mass damper and the final, third level of vibration control the tool's decoupled main handle.
The tool's SDS-max bit system offers users tool-free bit changes, an automatic bit lock once the accessory has been inserted, built in dust protection and the maximum impact energy transfer rate.
A Vario-lock mechanism rotates and locks the hammer's chisel into 12 different positions to optimize a variety of working angle while a selector knob gives users the option to select from several functions including hammer drilling, chiseling only or the
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