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Hammer Drill, Hydraulic, SDS Plus Shank
- Item # 5NWJ4
- Mfr. Model # HID6506
- UNSPSC # 27112703
- Catalog Page # 3495
- Shipping Weight 10.26 lbs.
- ItemImpact Hammer Drill
- Hydraulic System TypeOpen or Closed Center
- Shank TypeSDS Plus
- RPM @ 5 GPM894
- RPM @ 6 GPM1100
- Impacts Per Minute @ 5 GPM4202
- Impacts Per Minute @ 6 GPM5043
- Drilling Capacity Concrete3/4"
- Drilling Capacity Steel1/2"
- Drilling Capacity Wood1-1/6"
- Drilling Capacity Core Bit3" Core
- Pressure Port3/4" SAE O-Ring
- Return Port3/4" SAE O-Ring
- Min. Flow (GPM)5
- Recommended Hydraulic Flow8 gpm
- Max. Flow GPM10
- Recommended Filtration (microns)10
- Relief Valve PSI Setting2000 psi
- Max. Back Pressure200 psi
- Max. Oil Temp.140 Degrees F
- Viscosity (SUS @ 100 F)140 to 225
- Viscosity (SUS @210 F)40 min.
- Weight8.5 lb.
- IncludesAuxillary Handle and Depth Rod
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