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SKIL Hammer Drill HD1E6745GA


SKU: HD1E6745GA Category: Tag: Availability: In stock


Hammer Drill


Input: 1050 W
Chuck capacity: 13 mm
Drilling capacity in steel: 13 mm
Drilling capacity in masonry: 20 mm
Drilling capacity in wood: 50 mm
No-load speed: 0-1200/0-3200 r.p.m.
Maximum impact rate: 0-20400/0-54400 /min
Chuck type: Metal single-sleeve keyless
Variable speed switch: Yes
Weight: 2.6 kg
Voltage/frequency: 220-240V/50-60Hz


– Powerful 1050W hammer drill
– Two gears: high speed for fast drilling and low speed for tough drilling and screwdriving
– Hammer drill function for drilling in masonry
– Hammer stop for all regular drilling and screwdriving jobs
– 13 mm single-sleeve metal keyless chuck with lock
– Automatic spindle lock for fast and easy accessory changing
– Variable-speed switch with lock-on button for continuous work
– Speed pre-selection wheel to set the right speed for every job
– Softgrip for comfortable handling and optimal control
– Forward/reverse switch for easily changing the working direction of the tool
– Steplessly adjustable side handle for secure two-handed control
– Easy-to-adjust depth gauge to preselect drilling depth for blind holes

Noise and vibration levels

Sound pressure level: 94,2 dB(A)
Sound power level: 105,2 dB(A)
Standard deviation: 3 dB(A)
Vibration level (drilling in concrete): 11,1 m/s²
Vibration level (drilling in metal): < 2,5 m/s²
Uncertainty: 1,5 m/s²



It all started in 1921 when inventor Edmond Michel was standing in a sugar cane field in Louisiana, America. There, he saw the workers using machetes to hack their way by hand through the thick, tough sugar cane. It was a heavy, back breaking task. Seeing this, Michel thought there had to be an easier way. And that thought later led to the start of the Skil Corporation. Later, in his workshop in New Orleans, he developed a mechanized machete. But to make the idea work, he saw that the blade somehow had to rotate. He soon started to improve on his first idea, and in 1923 he had developed the world’s first electric hand saw. A New Orleans newspaper covered his invention in a short feature article. Joseph W. Sullivan, a farmland developer, read the article while he was traveling from Minneapolis to Florida. He thought it looked like a great idea, and went straight to New Orleans to track down Edmond Michel.
After further improvements of the electric handsaw, ‘The Michel Electric Handsaw Company’ was started in 1924 by Edmond Michel and Joseph W. Sullivan. They called their revolutionary saw the ‘Skilsaw’.
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