SDS Hammer Drill Talk Heats Up on ToolSelect.com with Launch of New Milwaukee 1-9/16” SDS Max and Spline Rotary Hammers

SDS hammer drills like the new Milwaukee 1-9/16” SDS Max and Spline rotary hammers are keeping the reviews and discussion going within the ToolSelect.com community as members compare and contrast these and all professional power tools.

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A company like Milwaukee, which is actively expanding its rotary-hammer line, will generate interest whenever they do anything. We’re excited to see what our members have to say about these new tools.

Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) June 22, 2012

SDS hammer drills like the two new models from Milwaukee—the 1-9/16” SDS Max and Spline rotary hammers—are giving ToolSelect members plenty to discuss, review and compare within their online community.

Both tools were built to be durable, professional power tools and use Constant Power Technology (CPT™) for consistent performance throughout tough applications, making them ideal for plumbers, HVAC technicians, electricians, MRO professionals, mechanical and general contractors.

The SDS Max and Spline rotary hammers each feature 450 RPM, 3,000 BPM and 1-9/16” solid bit capacity and are available in kits that also include a side handle and carrying case.

With two-mode operation (rotary hammer/hammer only), the tools are designed to be versatile and also incorporate a mechanical clutch to protect the tools when bits bind.

Each tool is backed by Milwaukee’s Heavy-Duty 5-year tool/1-year service warranty.

“SDS hammer drills always bring out interesting discussions in our community,” says Gerry Barnaby, director of excitement with ToolSelect. “Plus, a company like Milwaukee, which is actively expanding its rotary-hammer line, will generate interest whenever they do anything. We’re excited to see what our members have to say about these new tools.”

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