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DEWALT is at the forefront of transforming the job site of tomorrow and spearheading the development of the next wave of outdoor equipment. DEWALT products are known for being GUARANTEED TOUGH®. To learn more about their products, visit www.dewalt.com.
About The new Dewalt Chipping & Breaker Hammer
Introducing the DEWALT 60V MAX* Cordless SDS MAX Chipping Hammer (DCH911) and Cordless 1-1/8 HEX Breaker Hammer (DCH966), specially designed for heavy-duty demolition, concrete, and masonry work. The Chipping Hammer, weighing 27 lbs., is equipped with up to 27 Joules of impact energy‡, making it ideal for breaking down dense concrete.
It can tackle horizontal and downward chipping, making it perfect for wall breaching, channel creation, bushing, and scarifying. The Chipping Hammer delivers high performance in mid-to-lower wall and flooring tasks with a chipping range of 1-5 in. and up to 1,620 BPM.
The Dewalt Cordless 1-1/8 HEX Breaker Hammer (DCH966), weighing 38 lbs., delivers up to 40 Joules of impact energy‡ and is perfect for chipping in mid-to-lower wall and flooring tasks, as well as powered digging, channel creation, and slab demolition. With a chipping range of 1-8 in. and up to 1,080 BPM, this tool is an excellent addition to your demolition and concrete arsenal.
|Specification||60V MAX* Cordless SDS MAX Chipping Hammer (DCH911)||60V MAX* 38 lbs. Cordless 1-1/8 HEX Breaker Hammer (DCH966)|
|Weight||27 lbs.||38 lbs.|
|Chipping Range||1-5 in||1-8 in|
|BPM (Beats Per Minute)||1620||1080|
Both hammers feature wireless tool control and the SHOCKS Active Vibration Control® system for user safety. Look out for these hammers, which will be available in July 2023 in the market for purchase.
* Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 60 volts. The nominal voltage is 54.
‡ – According to EPTA-Procedure 05/2009.