There are hammer drills that can get jobs done in high fashion, but not all can be as multipurpose as the Makita HR2630 rotary hammer drill, which we will be looking at today. So, if you’ve never known or heard about this sturdy machine, now is the time.
The Makita HR2630 is a machine that runs off over 110 or 240 volts. From the bottom part, it’s got an excellent soft rubberized grip on the handle with an intelligent trigger. With this trigger, the harder you pull it back, the faster it’s going to go.
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Also, it has got a lock-off switch, in which you can lock your trigger off during ongoing work. The drill also has a forward and reverse mode that’s got a switch on both sides, so you can use either your thumb or your index finger regardless of what hand you are using to hold the machine.
Now, let’s have a breakdown of each of its features.
In terms of performance, it’s a professional standard SDS drill that can offer about 2.4 joules of impact energy and about 4600 impacts per minute. It also has an impressive 800-watt motor, that again runs off either 110 volt or 240 volts. However, the unique part about this machine is that is it is a multipurpose hammer drill. This is so because it has three modes which are often seen on its dial.
The first mode is the rotary only mode. Which is ideal when you’re just purely drilling into wood or metal, and you need that rotation action to get it done.
The second mode is the hammer action, which is perfect if you’re going to use it for chiselling, and the third mode which is the rotary and hammer mode is ideal when you need to use both a rotary and a hammering(chiselling) action.
Control and Comfortability
The HR2630 has a conventional trigger grip or obviously on an SDS, a more convenient to have your grip placed upright at the rear of the machine. Holding it this way will give you a firmer control, and it’s far better dealing with the vibrations over to the front. Also, there is a dot sign right in the middle of the machine’s dial, in which when the doll is switched towards it, can disengage the gears and allow the user to maneuver the Chuck into the right angle then. In other words, if the user has got a chisel bit in the machine and he/she wants to be doing a certain amount of chiselling, they can put the chisel in the right angle and then lock it off back into hammer mode. Now, this ensures that the user won’t have to discomfort themselves by having to find the right angles when working on a particular project.
The Makita HR2630 has a super easy user interface in every dimension, including its SDS plus bit holder which is extremely easy to use. So, if you’ve got an SDS plus bit, insert it, find the lock off point pushing your bit and you’re ready to go. And to remove the bits again nice and simple, pull back the collar, pull your bit out and that’s it. Also, it has a handy side handle which can be loosened and put in whatever position you want; right-handed, left-handed or any position in 360 degrees that will be easy for you to tighten.
- Power Input: 800 watt
- Impact Energy: 2.4 Joule
- Maximum Drilling Capacity (Wood): 32 mm
- Maximum Drilling Capacity (Steel): 13 mm
- Maximum Drilling Capacity Concrete (TCT Bit): 26 mm
- Maximum Drilling Capacity Concrete (TCT Core): 68 mm
- Maximum Drilling Capacity Concrete (Diamond Core): 80 mm
- Impact Rate: 6400 ipm
- No-Load Speed: 1200 rpm
- Sound Pressure Level: 91 dB(A)
- Sound Pressure Level Uncertainty K: 3 dB(A)
- Sound Power Level: 102 dB(A)
- Sound Power Level Uncertainty K: 3 dB(A)
- Vibration (Chiselling): 9.5 m/s²
- Vibration (Hammer Drilling): 15.5 m/s²
- Vibration (Drilling into Metal): 2.5 m/s²
- Weight: 3.3 kg
- It is a utility hammer drill, courtesy of its three modes dial.
- It is very durable
- It has a sturdy motor that can produce 4600 impacts per minute
- It is easy and comfortable to use, and also provides excellent control thanks to its double-handed feature.
- The speeds can be controlled using its triggers.
- The SDS drill bit is of low quality and loosens up quickly.
So, if you’re looking for a hammer drill that can help you get more than one task done at a time, then all you need is Makita HR2630 hammer drill. As usual, let’s know your thoughts on the machine once you get yours. Cheers!