1" Compact SDS Rotary Hammer with Anti-Vibration System
For contractors and tradesmen that repetitively drill into concrete, the 5363-21 delivers unmatched performance and ergonomics. The unique anti-vibration system (AVS) significantly reduces vibration. The compact l-shape design makes it well balanced, easy to control and ideal for overhead drilling and anywhere that requires access to tight spaces. Delivering 2.0' pounds of impact energy and up to 5,980 blows per minute, the 5363-21 provides fast drilling and powerful chipping for increased jobsite productivity. This compact rotary hammer also features a high power, 7.0 amp motor and a rotating brush plate which provides equal power in forward and reverse for easy removal of jammed bits and extended brush life. The all metal, magnesium gear case and block construction provide precise bearing and gear seating for long-term durability. With three modes of operation (hammer-drill, drill only, and chipping) this hammer provides maximum versatility in a compact package.
- 7.0 AMPs
- 120 AC Volts
- 1" Maximum Capacity
- 2' Pound Impact Energy
- 5980 Maximum BPM
- 12-1/2" Long
- 10' Cord Included
- Includes 1" Compact SDS Rotary Hammer, Depth Gauge, Side Handle, Carrying Case
- 5 Year Warranty
Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.
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Our SKU: Milwaukee 5363-21
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Milwaukee 5363-21
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Milwaukee 5363-21 Product Specifications
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 Year|
|No Load BPM||5980|
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