What to know before you buy Makita HR4041C 1-9 16 Rotary Hammer
Powerful 11 AMP motor delivers 6.8 ft.lbs. of impact energy to handle the most demanding applications. Constant speed control automatically applies additional power to the motor to maintain speed under load to complete the most challenging jobs. Soft start suppresses start-up reaction for increased accuracy. Variable speed control dial enables user to match the speed to the application for greater versatility. Torque limiting clutch engineered to prevent gear damage by automatically disengaging gears if the bit binds. Powerful 12 amp motor 230-460 RPM for the most demanding jobs. Dual-purpose hammering only or rotation with hammering modes for multiple applications. No hammering while idling helps increase tool life.Torque-limiting clutchElectronic variable-speed control dial enables user to set speed per application
What is the advantage of this Makita HR4041C 1-9 16 Rotary Hammer?
The Makita HR4041C 1-9 16 in. Spline-Shank Rotary Hammer Drill features a powerful 11 Amp motor engineered with field-core interlocking steel laminations, a dual ball-bearing armature and a large-surface commutator for an efficient transfer of power. It delivers up to 230 – 460 RPM and 1,300 – 2,600 BPM and has 2 modes for hammering only and hammering with rotation. Soft-start functionality facilitates control and improved accuracy, while sequential impact timing promotes faster work.
The Makita HR4041C 1-9 16-inch rotary hammer spline features a powerful 12 amp motor, 1,350-2,750 BPM, and anti-vibration technology for two times less vibration. A low noise level 106dB and vibration 4.5 m s2 reduces operator fatigue and increases productivity. The HR4041C also features precision-machined, all-metal gears with more surface contact for more power. Electronic speed control minimizes speed loss when working in heavy applications to ensure maximum productivity. Ideal for drilling through holes, setting anchors, core drilling, and many more applications.
Customer reviewsCAN T BEAT MAKITA QUALITY
I got the Makita Rotary Hammer HR4041C, successor to my last generation HR3851 when the older one started to malfunction after seven years of hard use. I often used it when I should have been using a demolition hammer. Unfortunately, sending a tool out for repair rebuild can often cost as much as the new tool. And some parts get discontinued leaving you to search Ebay for new-old stock. Time to buy new.