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Product Snapshot: SDS Rotary Hammer and GPS-Based Daylighting System

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The 19/16-in. SDS Max Rotary Hammer is powered by a 10.5-amp motor and can deliver 5.5 lb-ft of impact energy. Also, it can deliver 3,000 beats per minute and features two modes of operation: rotary hammer and hammer-only. The rotary hammer has a mechanical clutch to help protect the tool when the bit binds. The tool weighs 15 lb and has a maximum bit capacity of 19/16 in. The rotary hammer comes with a side handle and a carrying case. Milwaukee Electric Tool Co.; 800-729-3877; www.milwaukeetool.com
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This week we look at a corded SDS rotary hammer from Milwaukee Electric Tool and a daylighting system from Firestone Building Products. Click on the image to begin the slide show.

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