Supplied with : 1x 12.0Ah li-ion battery, fast charger & blow molded carry case
- The M18 FHM is the most productive SDS-Max tool Milwaukee® have produced, delivering AC style power with the flexibility of the cordless M18™ platform.
- Next generation POWERSTATE™ brushless motor: This is Milwaukee®'s most powerful motor utilising higher grade magnets and 175% more copper vs previous motors.
- Next generation REDLINK PLUS™ intelligence system delivers an advanced digital overload protection for tool and battery and uniquely enhances the tool performance under load.
- New REDLITHIUM-ION™ HIGH OUTPUT™ 12.0 Ah battery pack provides superior pack construction, electronics and fade-free performance to deliver the most work per charge than any other Milwaukee® battery pack.
- ONE-KEY™ tool tracking & security offers a cloud-based inventory management platform that supports both location tracking and theft prevention.
- Trigger lock on prevents users from having to hold trigger during long periods of chipping applications.
- Large anti-vibration back handle supports two handed drilling applications whilst minimising vibration exposure.
- Service light indicator illuminates when tool requires servicing.
- Anti-vibration side handle for lower vibration exposure.
Battery pack capacity : 12.0 Ah
Battery type : Li-ion
Blow energy : 11.0 J
Charger supplied : 130 min
Chuck neck diameter : 66 mm
Frequency band : 2,402 - 2,480 MHz
Full load hammer action : 0 - 2,900 bpm
Max. drilling capacity (concrete) : 45 mm
Max. drilling capacity (core bit) : 150 mm
Max. drilling capacity (tunnel bit) : 65 mm
No load speed : 0 - 380 rpm
No. of batteries supplied : 1
Radio-frequency power : 1.8 dBm
Sound power level : 107.5 dB(A)
Sound power level uncertainty : 3 dB(A)
Sound pressure level : 96.5 dB(A)
Sound pressue level uncertainty : 3 dB(A)
Supplied in : Kitbox
Tool reception : SDS-Max
Vibration (chiselling) : 9.4 m/s²
Vibration uncertainty (chiselling) : 1.5 m/s²
Vibration (hammer drilling into concrete) : 9.4 m/s²
Vibration uncertainty (hammer drilling into concrete) : 1.5 m/s²