Makita HM1213C Demolition Hammer


Makita HM1213C Demolition Hammer Specifications:

Manufacturer: Makita Corporation (Japan)

Model Number: HM1213C (Demolisher)

Type: Heavy Duty Drill/Hammer/Driver/Drill with a 3″ Diameter Head and 2 1/2″ Long Handle.

Weight: 7 lbs.

Head Dia.: 3″

Handle Dia.: 2 1/2″

Description: The HM1213C is a heavy duty drill with a 3 inch diameter head and 2 1/2 inches long handle. It features a solid steel body with an aluminum alloy face. The handle is made from hardwood with a rubber grip.

The drill’s head is made of hardened steel and it measures approximately 9 inches in length.

The HM1213C comes complete with a set of instructions and wrench.

Price: $299.00

Comes with a full five year warrantee.

The HM1213C is a heavy duty, high speed Demolition Drill designed to provide the professional with the power and speed required to complete any project. The head of this tool consists of a high quality tungsten carbide tipped drill mounted on an adjustable screw mechanism ensuring that the drill stays sharp for an extended period of use. The body of the drill is made from a solid piece of forged steel and the head is made from a high quality tungsten carbide tipped drill mounted on an adjustable screw mechanism ensuring that the drill stays sharp for an extended period of use.

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The body is made from a solid piece of forged steel with an aluminum alloy plate to disperse the impact of heavy duty work. The head is 3 inches in diameter and the handle measures 2 1/2 inches in length. The overall length of the drill including the handle is approximately 9 inches. Comes complete with a set of instructions and a wrench.

The HM1213C is a professional quality power tool designed for heavy duty use, such as in demolition, masonry work, drilling and boring holes through wood, metal or concrete. This tool should only be operated by a professional user.

Other uses for the HM1213C Demolition Drill are:

Demolishing old, broken concrete slabs.

Breaking up old, broken concrete slabs.

Drilling holes in brick walls.

Drilling holes in cinder block walls.

Drilling holes through wood.

Drilling holes through metal.

When used for demolition, masonry and drilling applications, safety glasses should be worn at all times. If the drill is used for extended periods of time, a flexible cooling attachment should be used to prevent the motor from becoming overheated.

A spark deflector and rubber gloves should be worn when working with or around Old, broken or fresh concrete to prevent flying debris from hitting the face and hands.

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The HM1213C can cause serious bodily harm if operated incorrectly. It should only be used by professionals and within sight of another person. Do not allow children in the work area during use.

The drill should not be used as a toy.

Always keep a firm grip on the drill at all times and only use the trigger to start and stop it. Do not hold the drill’s body, handle or trigger in your hand while the drill is turning.

Once drilling has begun, do not apply pressure to the handle. If additional pressure needs to be applied for extended periods of time, apply it slowly and steadily.

Do not lean into the drill while it is running. Do not allow the drill to chew a hole deeper than intended. Always check for wires, pipes or other such objects before drilling or reaming.

If an object is encountered, stop the drill immediately.

When drilling with hardness adjustments are made, always test the drill on a sample area first. If the drill does not work as intended, do not force it.

When drilling into walls and floors, always brace the area with scrap wood or other material to prevent damage to the wall or floor.

If the drill encounters a wire while drilling through a wall or floor, always cut a hole around the wire and remove it before continuing.

Always allow the drill to cool for at least fifteen (15) minutes before changing the direction of the bit or adding more drill dust.

When drilling holes in concrete always keep the drill dust wet to prevent the drill from burning out.

If you are using a drill bit or reamer, always keep the drill dust wet to prevent it from over heating.

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When using a hammer drill always wear safety glasses and ear plugs.

When using a hammer drill, never place your fingers near the bit or reamer.

Do not use the hammer drill attachment without the proper clamp in place to secure the correct diameter of material.

Always keep the various drill bits, reamers, cutting wheels and attachments in a secure location when not in use.

Do not allow the cutting wheel or other attachments to come in contact with any water source at any time.

Always allow the drill to cool for at least one (1) hour after using it for more than one-hundred fifty (150) minutes.

The battery should only be charged using the Charging Cradle.

Do not charge the battery for more than twenty-four (24) hours at a time.

Only use the batteries and Charging Cradle approved by Rothenberger.

When not in use for extended periods of time, always store the tool in a secure location to prevent any accidents. Never store the tool where it can come into contact with water.

Do not modify this product.

Never attempt to disassemble or modify this tool in any way. If it should malfunction, discontinue use and contact Rothenberger immediately.

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Keep out of the reach of children. When not in use, always keep the tool inside a protective cover and in a secure location.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 1-800-Rothenberger. If you have any problems with your product, please contact us. Please do not bring the product to a retailer for maintenance or repair.

This tool is not intended for use by children. Adults should ensure that children do not play with this tool.

Follow all instructions, warnings and precautions listed in this manual. Failure to do so could result in serious bodily injury. Keep this manual for future reference.

Before use, inspect the area where the tool will be used for any objects such as wires, pipes or nails which may be able to become lodged in the cutting tool or drill bit.

Wear safety goggles or safety glasses during use to prevent injury.

Always wear ear plugs or ear muffs during use.

Use only in a well-ventilated area.

Do not use in rain or wet conditions or handle the tool or the cutting tool or drill bit with wet hands.

When drilling into a wall, ceiling or floor, always brace the area. Do not attempt to hold the work area yourself. Use scrap wood for this purpose.

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When drilling into a wall, floor or ceiling always use a backer board.

Always use the tool’s clutch to determine the right speed for the job.

Do not force the tool or the drill bit or reamer attachment in any way.

Keep all body parts away from the cutting area.

Do not attempt to use the tool if it is binding, vibrating abnormally or overheating. Turn the tool off immediately and allow it to cool before attempting to use it again.

Always allow the tool to cool for at least fifteen (15) minutes before changing the drill bit or reamer and for at least one (

1) hour before changing the battery.

Do not use the tool for more than fifty (50) minutes continuously. Allow the tool to cool for at least (15) minutes before continuing use.

Always wear safety goggles or safety glasses during use to prevent injury.

Do not use the tool for purposes other than its intended use.

When drilling holes in tile, always wear safety equipment such as a dust mask to reduce the chances of breathing in harmful particles.

Always wear earplugs or earmuffs during use.

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Do not attempt to drill through material that is thicker than the drill bit or reamer at any one time.

Rotate the position of the attachment often while drilling or cutting.

Never attempt to pierce or drill hard materials such as brick, stone, hard plastic, hard glass and hard composition materials.

Do not use in areas where flammable or explosive gases may be present.

Always turn the tool off and allow it to cool before inserting or removing accessory bits or attaching the Charging Cradle.

Wait at least two (

2) minutes between each time you change the battery.

Never touch the drill bit or reamer when it is spinning.

Keep hands away from bits and reamer when tool is running.

Do not run the tool with the battery removed.

Always use the Charging Cradle that was provided with your tool to charge the battery.

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Always remove the battery from the tool when not in use or before changing bits or attachments.

Do not store or carry the tool by the Cord, Charging Cradle, or Battery Pack. Keep the cord away from heat, oil and sharp edges.

Do not attempt to disassemble the Charging Cradle or the battery pack.

Do not short circuit the battery pack.

Do not incinerate the Battery Pack even if it is severely damaged or is completely worn out.

Do not attempt to recharge the battery.

When disposing of the battery, observe all federal, state and local regulations.

This appliance contains a LITHIUM ION battery. Special handling may be required before disposal. Refer to the Instructions for Handling as well as the Consumer Information Sheet prior to use.

NOTE: Due to Transportation Safety Regulations, Lithium-Ion Batteries are not eligible for Shipping via Air. Ground-only shipping methods must be used.

The Makita 18V LXT® Lithium-Ion Cordless 3-Piece Drill and Drive Set (XFD11Z, XUB11T, XJB11Z) is the combination of the XFD11Z, XUB11T and the XJB11Z. This cordless 3-piece drill and drive set features lithium-ion battery for longer running time with fade-free power, 1/2 In. single sleeve ratcheting chuck for easy bit changes, and durable metal gear case for increased durability.

Also included are two 2.5 Ah lithium-ion batteries, XACD142 Charger, one-hour fast charger, case and quick reference guide.

Lithium-Ion cells are protected from overheating, overloading, over-discharging and short circuiting. The cells also have no memory effect so you don’t need to worry about the battery being depleted as much as a standard battery if it wasn’t fully charged. It can be completely drained without long-term effects and can be charged whenever necessary.

The 1/2 In. single sleeve ratcheting chuck makes bit changes quick and easy.

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The durable metal gear case provides increased durability.

Batteries are compatible with all Makita 18V Lithium-Ion batteries for increased productivity.

The tool offers rapid 15-second charge when the battery is completely drained.

Charger can also charge the 18V LXT® 5.0Ah battery in 45 minutes or less.

The ergonomic design is lightweight at only 8.0 lbs. (including the battery).

This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Portfolio Graphics, Inc. and is used under license therefrom.

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