No tags have been added yet. Please help others find this product by adding some tags. Description Specifications Scope of Delivery Reviews (0) Pre-Sale Questions (0) Product Description The Bosch PBH 2100 RE hammer: powerful, handy and light. The PBH 2100 RE rotary hammer from Bosch is a handy and powerful tool for all common hammering, drilling or chiseling jobs. A high impact force is provided by its 550 watts of power and its pneumatic Bosch hammer mechanism with a single impact energy of 1.7 joules. It therefore drills through the hardest materials, regardless of the pressure applied. The PBH 2100 RE is also exceptionally lightweight and compact: this tool sits comfortably and securely in the hand due to its slim design with softgrip coverings and its low weight of only 2.2 kg.
Key product features Effortless hammering in concrete and masonry, chiseling, drilling and screwdriving with power of 550 watts .High-impact: pneumatic Bosch hammer mechanism with an impact energy of 1.7 joules for high impact force in hard materials regardless of the feed pressure Ergonomic: low working weight of 2.2 kg and compact slimline design with softgrip for low user fatigue Other product advantages Bosch SDS-plus: fast, tool-free accessory changes Integrated chisel function with Vario-Lock: freely selectable work position of the chisel Impact stop for drilling in metal and wood Bosch Electronic speed control: “accelerate” from 0 – max. using the trigger switch Functions: Pneumatic hammer mechanism Rotation Stop Bosch Electronic Chisel function Right-hand/left-hand rotation Bosch SDS-plus Softgrip Application: screwdriving / drill. / hammer drill. A fast work rate. The PBH 2100 RE rotary hammer from Bosch has an SDS-plus chuck for tool-free drill bit and chisel changes, and it is equipped with a rotation stop for disabling the rotation. This means that you can use a chisel to knock off tiles with each impact and cut cable channels. Thanks to the Vario-Lock feature, the chisel can be fixed in 36 different positions. All work is done quickly thanks to a no-load speed of up to 2,300 rpm and an impact rate of up to 5,800 bpm. The maximum drilling diameters are 20 mm in concrete, 30 mm in wood and 13 mm in steel.