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Hilti TE 7-C 120V Rotary Hammer Drill 228061

by Hilti

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  • Ideal for drilling wood or steel where high torque is required
  • Powerful 6.26 Amp motor delivers impressive impact power
  • Delivers up to 4,200 BPM and 740 RPM
  • Low vibration to help increase productivity
  • Equipped with a forward- and reverse switch
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Product Description

The Hilti TE 7-C 3/4 in. 120-Volt Rotary Hammer Drill is built around a robust 6.26 Amp motor that provides 4,200 BPM and 740 RPM for drilling and light chiseling in a variety of materials. Its 3/4 in. SDS-Plus chuck permits quick interchangeability of all common chuck types, and a forward/reverse switch and 3 modes (rotation only, rotation with hammer and hammer only) add to its impressive versatility. It runs with little vibration for increased comfort, while oil lubrication fosters longer life and better cooling by dissipating more heat than grease. A case is included for added convenience. * Ideal for drilling wood or steel where high torque is required, drilling concrete, stone and masonry as well as light chiseling in concrete and masonry * Powerful 6.26 Amp motor delivers impressive impact power when chiseling as well as efficient drilling * 3/4 in. SDS-Plus chuck with quick interchangeability of all common chuck types * Delivers up to 4,200 BPM and 740 RPM * Low vibration to help increase productivity * Slip clutch stays consistent throughout the tool's life * 3 modes of operation include rotation only, rotation with hammer and hammer only (for chiseling) * Oil lubrication for longer life and better cooling by dissipating more heat than grease * Equipped with a forward- and reverse switch * Case included

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Technical Details
OriginAustria
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Included Componentscase
  
Additional Information
ASINB001ASFM0E
Best Sellers Rank #417,604 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2008
  
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120 Volts

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By E. Redifer on September 19, 2011
I suppose most buyers of these are pros, so my review may not be applicable.

Last winter I had to drill about 15 holes in a concrete floor to anchor some pallet racking - nothing special - 3/8 holes 3 inches deep. So I pull out my trusty Milwaukee 1/2 holeshooter with hammer function - which I have drilled many many anchor holes with. I don't know what kind of concrete was in that floor, but the milwaukee struggled - I resharpened 3 carbide masonry bits 3 times to get 2/3 of the holes drilled in about 2 hours. I seriously wondered if the drill or my arm was going to fail first - the vibration was incredible.

I finally decided to rent an SDS hammer.

When I went to the local tool rental they were selling these lightly used TE-7's off. They had a few of them and the one I bought couldn't have been used more than a couple times.

So I bought a couple 3/8 SDS+ bits and went back to my hole job. The first thing I noticed about this Hilti is the balance and its smoothness. Then I drilled my first hole. This thing went through like a hot knife through butter - literally 10 seconds to drll the hole. I thought it must have been a soft spot in the concrete - nope - every one of them drilled the same way. I literally finished the job in 10 minutes and was kicking myself for fighting with that hole shooter the day before.

Then a few weeks later we had this huge ice storm. My driveway had 4 inches of the most uneven bumpy rock solid ice on it I've ever seen, with 18 inch drifts in front of the garage. We couldn't get the cars out of the garage, and you risked a bad fall every time you crossed the ice. I went and got 200 lbs of ice melter - it barely made a dent in the stuff.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rmcbulldog on June 25, 2013
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Hilti is always top of the line. Sometimes it's debatable whether the quality justifies the price but they do seem to last very well.
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