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Hilti Cordless Combihammer Drill
February 19, 2013

The new Hilti TE 30-A36 cordless combihammer drill delivers on productivity. With a drilling range of 1/4” -1” diameter with SDS+ (TE-C) drill bits, and up to 3-1/2” using percussion core bits, the TE 30-A36 drills and chips into concrete up to 40% faster than the largest SDS corded tools on the market. This speed is made possible due to the high efficiency brushless motor and higher mass hammering mechanism. Professionals can now do demanding applications with a cordless tool and work longer because the TE 30-A36 comes with a high capacity battery, the new 36 volt, 6.0 amp hour battery which provides more than double the work per charge of other batteries. By combining the high-capacity battery and utilizing Hilti brushless motor technology, Hilti is providing a cordless solution that delivers a single impact energy of 2.7 ft-lbs and a full hammering frequency of 4,500 impacts per minute. The TE 30-A36 also features the Active Torque Control (ATC) system for increased operator protection if a bit binds while drilling and active vibration reduction (AVR) to improve operator comfort and productivity.