Hilti TE Combihammers

Staff | September 28, 2010

The new Hilti TE 70 and TE 70-ATC Combihammers unleash incredible power while maintaining maximum working comfort. With a 1600-watt motor, the TE 70 delivers impressive power for fast drilling in various applications, including drilling in concrete, stone and masonry with TE-YX (SDS Max) bits; drilling holes for rebar dowels and anchor bolts; and through-hole drilling and coring for mechanical and electrical applications, as well as chiseling and demolition of concrete and masonry. The TE 70 also offers the best power-to-weight ratio in its class for excellent productivity and features an optimized mechanical clutch to provide maximum torque.

For added operator protection, the TE 70-ATC features the unique Hilti Active Torque Control (ATC), which quickly shuts off power in the event the tool housing begins to rotate too quickly, which can occur if the drill bit catches. The TE 70 also requires low contact pressure to initiate drilling and has a dampened hammering mechanism for better working comfort.