Extreme Power with Fingertip Control
A rotary hammer is a power tool with a rotating machine tool for drilling in masonry, concrete and artificial or natural stone. It is equipped with a percussive hammer mechanism. The striking energy is independent of operator pressure. With the hammer mechanism turned off, the rotary hammer can be used like a drill; with the rotation mechanism turned off, it turns into a percussion hammer. Tool speed and impact force can be adjusted electronically to match the processed material.
Rotary hammers from Bosch are truly multi-talented tools: hammering, drilling and chiselling are combined in one tool. They are in their element not only when drilling in concrete with their pneumatic hammer mechanism, but also when producing and fitting solid wooden structures such as summer houses or carports.
The Bosch PBH 2500 SRE comes with a powerful 600-watt motor that ensures effortless hammering in concrete and masonry, chiselling and drilling.
Resistance is Futile
The pneumatic Bosch hammer mechanism has an impact energy of 1.9 joules. This gives high impact force in hard materials regardless of the feed pressure. It enables you to perform wall breakthroughs quickly without tiring yourself out.
Whether hammering, chiselling, drilling or screwdriving, the selection switch ensures you have the right setting. The impact stop switches off the hammer mechanism when drilling in wood or metal and when screwdriving. The rotation stop switches off the rotary motion when chiselling
The Bosch SDS-Plus system allows for rapid bit fitting. The specially designed drill bits enable optimum power transfer from the machine. In addition to this, the Bosch SDS quick-change chuck allows tool-free changing of the SDS-plus fitting and the standard chuck for normal straight-shank drill or screwdriver bits.
Lightweight and Ergonomic
The low weight of 2.2 kg and an ergonomic slimline design gives added user comfort for effortless drilling and fatigue-free working. The Softgrip handle gives users a better grip and control of the machine.
The Bosch electronic speed control allows the user to ‘accelerate’ from 0-max using the trigger switch