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    Bosch Blue unveils powerful 11kg demolition hammer with SDS-max

    Bosch Blue Power Tools

    Bosch Blue Power Tools  announces the launch of an extremely powerful range of 11kg demolition hammers with SDS-max.

    Designed for power, efficiency, safety and flexibility, the GSH 11 VC Professional demolition hammer with SDS-max is a hard-hitting tool that offers class-leading power to weight ratio with a 1,700 Watt motor and 23 Joules of punching power.

    Delivering the ability to remove material at the rate of more than one ton of concrete per hour, GSH 11 VC Professional incorporates the Bosch vibration control system that enables the hammer to be used for longer as it boasts a low vibration of just 8 m/s² based on ELV. Specifically designed for balance, adaptability and ease of use, the GSH 11 VC weighs only 11.4kg.

    Key features of the GSH 11 VC Professional demolition hammers include SDS-max tool holder for effortless and quick change of bits, the Bosch Vario-Lock system to rotate chisels and points into 12 fixed positions to achieve the right angle every time, and the variable impact rate that allows the tool to be set from 900 to 1,700 revolutions per minute.

    The hammer mechanism is positioned vertically in the centre of the tool, giving it a balanced centre of gravity so that the hammer is comfortable to handle when working towards the ground.

    The SDS-max tool holder enables quick and tool-free accessory changes. The tool can be used with numerous accessories such as the RTec Sharp SDS-max flat chisel and the RTec Speed pointed chisel.

    A service display indicates when the carbon brushes need changing, enabling the user to better schedule service intervals. Bosch’s Constant Electronic Technology ensures uninterrupted power under load.

    Tradies can rely on the GSH 11 VC to get the job done no matter how tough the work environment from completing demolition work in concrete to breaking through for laying pipes, ventilation or cable lines and removing floor tiles.

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