DCH775X2
60V MAX* 2 in. Brushless Cordless SDS MAX Combination Rotary Hammer Kit
DCH775X2

60V MAX* 2 in. Brushless Cordless SDS MAX Combination Rotary Hammer Kit

This 60V MAX* Brushless Combination Rotary Hammer is the industry's most powerful* cordless 2" SDS Max Combination Rotary Hammer. With a robust, German-engineered mechanism and a brushless motor, this heavyweight hammer delivers exceptional power for the toughest masonry projects. Even in the hardest concrete, fast drilling and chipping is easily executed with 19.4 J of impact energy and constant-speed electronics that allow the tool to maintain pace under load. The hammer is ideally suited for horizontal and downward drilling for #9 - #14 rebar doweling, dry coring up to 6 in., chipping in any lower wall and floor, ground rod driving, and bushing applications. This hammer is part of the PERFORM & PROTECT™ product line, integrated with the Anti-Rotation E-CLUTCH® System and the SHOCKS Active Vibration Control® System. E-CLUTCH® shuts down the tool in bind up situations. SHOCKS® reduces vibration felt by the user at the handles, compared to rotary hammers without this feature. Link the hammer to the DCV585 60V MAX* dust extractor for remote activation with WIRELESS TOOL CONTROL™. Keep track of your tag-ready tool at the worksite with the TOOL CONNECT™ System via the DEWALT Site Manager™ app.

Applications

  • #9 - #14 rebar dowelling
  • 6 in. dry coring
  • Chipping in lower wall and floor
  • Ground rod driving
  • Bushing

Support

3 Year Limited Warranty, 1 Year Free Service, 90 Days Satisfaction Guaranteed

We’re confident of the quality of our products, and we’ll repair, without charge, any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship within the specified warranty.

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Service

We take extensive measures to ensure all our products are made to the very highest standards and meet all relevant industry regulations.

Support Manual

* Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 and 60 volts. Nominal voltage is 18 and 54., * Impact power = impact energy x impact frequency