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Modèle # 11321EVS Internet # 1001022717

Les marteaux Bosch offrent les meilleures performances. Un moteur puissant de 14 A avec le circuit de réaction électronique Constant Response fournit une énergie de percussion de 18,4 pi/lb. La commande à vitesse variable permet à l'utilisateur dadapter la force de percussion au matériau à retirer. Le porte-outil SDS-max vous fournit le plus grand choix daccessoires en acier Bosch pour tous les types de travaux. La poignée arrière rembourrée absorbe les chocs pour assurer le confort de lutilisateur.

  1. Rapport poids-puissance sans précédent - 13 A, énergie de percussion de 9,6 pi-lb et de 12,8 lb – Le meilleur marteau burineur de sa catégorie
  1. Active Vibration Control™ - La réduction des vibrations dans le mécanisme de percussion et dans la zone de prise offrent plus de confort à l'utilisateur pour des travaux de longue durée
  1. Électronique Constant Response™ - fonctionnement fiable avec vitesse constante sous charge, démarrage contrôlé et protection contre les surcharges
  1. Système de forets SDS-max - facilité d'utilisation avec les changements des forets à la main avec verrouillage automatique du foret et transmission optimale du couple
  1. Cadran de vitesse variable Auto-Max™ - assure une vitesse et une puissance maximales à chaque fois que l'outil est branché
  1. Positionnement Vario-Lock™ - angle de travail optimisé pour le meilleur positionnement du ciseau
  1. Voyant d'alimentation - garantit à l'opérateur que l'alimentation électrique est sous tension
  1. Tourelle à cordon - réduit l'usure du cordon
  1. Poignée auxiliaire à 360° - confort de l'opérateur grâce à une large plage de positionnement
  1. Lampe témoin d'entretien - indique quand un entretien préventif est nécessaire
  1. Poignée arrière rembourrée - pour un confort supplémentaire

Spécifications


Caractéristiques de l'outil à moteur

Poignée latérale, Boîtier inclus, Mandrin sans clé, Vitesse variable


Sans fil/avec fil

Avec fil


Tension (en volts)

120


Nombre de piles comprises

0


Type de pile, de batterie ou dalimentation

Avec fil


Ampères-heures de la batterie

0

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
5.75
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5.75
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
16
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
16
Poids assemblé (en livres)
21.94
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
21.94
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
20
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
20

Détails

Ampères-heures de la batterie
0
Brossé/Pas Brossé
Moteur à balais
Caractéristiques de l'outil à moteur
Poignée latérale, Boîtier inclus, Mandrin sans clé, Vitesse variable
Certifié
Coups par minute
2900
De batterie inclus
Non
Force de percussion (en pi-lb)
6.1
Gamme de batteries
Pas de batterie
Guide de coupe au laser
Non
Moteur
Moteur à balais
Nombre de piles comprises
0
Nombre de vitesse
2
Pays d'origine
DE-Germany
Portatif ou fixe
Portatif
Sans fil/avec fil
Avec fil
Tension (en volts)
120
Type d'outil à moteur
Perceuses à percussion
Type de mandrin
SDS-Max
Type de pile, de batterie ou dalimentation
Avec fil
Vitesse variable

Garanties et certifications

Limitée de 1 an
Marteau de démolition SDS-Max 120V de 1 9/16 pouce avec vitesse variable, contrôle des vibrations et mallette de transportBosch Marteau de démolition SDS-Max 120V de 1 9/16 pouce avec vitesse variable, contrôle des vibrations et mallette de transportLes marteaux Bosch offrent les meilleures performances. Un moteur puissant de 14 A avec le circuit de réaction électronique Constant Response fournit une énergie de percussion de 18,4 pi/lb. La commande à vitesse variable permet à l'utilisateur dadapter la force de percussion au matériau à retirer. Le porte-outil SDS-max vous fournit le plus grand choix daccessoires en acier Bosch pour tous les types de travaux. La poignée arrière rembourrée absorbe les chocs pour assurer le confort de lutilisateur.
Bosch
1001022717
CAD9992024-07-15
Home Depot Canada
Marteau de démolition SDS-Max 120V de 1 9/16 pouce avec vitesse variable, contrôle des vibrations et mallette de transport est évalué 4.8 de 5 de 34.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Light and Powerful Using the Bosch 11321EVS for overhead concrete demolition. User comments are great tool, lightweight, easier to maneuver, good punch for the size. Usage so far. 7 hours per day straight for last 5 days. Used for overhead concrete removal with bull point and chisel bits. No hiccups in performance of tool. Superior to Hilti TE75, T-500 Equal performance to Hilti T-700 Easier to use and comparable to 15-17 lb pneumatic hammers due to superior control and less fatigue to users. Minor design points. Plastic cover on bottom of hammer which is often impacted if dropped is of concern. Power switch inside handle maybe should be moved to a location not gripped by hand for even better usability.
Date de publication: 2013-04-26
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great price, features, performance, and weight This is my third Bosch Demo Hammer. I have loved every one of them and still use each of them. I have used other brands and have found that the Bosch line has great power and reliability for the money. I use these for extended periods when chiseling tile or other materials off floors. This model works great all day due to the low weight and the high bpm (2900). I have also used it to demo concrete and rock with no issues. This is the best all round to do demo for the price and weight. The 9.6ft-lb impact will get you through nearly anything with a low weight unit.
Date de publication: 2012-06-13
Rated 5 de 5 de par After attempting to remove 6"x6" quarry tile installed with thinset on a concrete surface, using ... After attempting to remove 6"x6" quarry tile installed with thinset on a concrete surface, using a Bosch electric jack hammer and a Wolff machine called The Turbo Stripper, I purchased the Bosch demolition hammer. Using the 2" tile chisel worked very well. However the 1" chisel actually removed the tile (and part of the thinset) better. After the quarry tile (1/2" thick) were removed, I rented a concrete grinder with the diamond grinders which removed the grout to the bare concrete. The total man hours to remove 800sf was 32 man hours. I am elated over the preformance of the Bosch demolition hammer. It saved me about 40% labor costs of my bid (a local bank)
Date de publication: 2017-06-01
Rated 5 de 5 de par Chips great We use these at work to fix those unfortunate times when the concrete sleeves are in the wrong place. So we bring out this bad boy to whack smash the new sleeves into the proper spot. 10/10 for automated whack smashing. Very heavy unit though, which is nothing for me because I'm mad strong. One love folks.
Date de publication: 2015-12-10
Rated 5 de 5 de par A Workhorse We use this tool to break up concrete on fence posts. Eats thru it and saves us tons of labor and time. Put an 18" bit on it and it does a great job.
Date de publication: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par Perfect I have used a few different demo hammers and I really like this one. I use it to tear out tile and motar often and it works faster than others and more comfortablle to use. Have had this one for a while now with no problems. Purchased on sale; great tool and value.
Date de publication: 2013-05-20
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great demo hammer I purchased this on the advice from a friend who is a professional in the building field, this is the brand of tools he usses. I purchased this to remove a very large pond (25'x15') made of concrete and lava rock and to remove some concrete footings left over from a wood deck. I was amazed at how much punishment this tool could dish out and keep going without a hitch. It took me months to remove it all and I doubt a lesser tool could have handled the job. It went through concrete with no problem whatsoever. Very powerful and reliable and can take a beating and keep going. I have the highest regard for this tool.
Date de publication: 2012-10-06
Rated 5 de 5 de par Incredibly powerful and durable We use these a lot do demo existing masonry walls and they work like a charm. I could only imagine the could also be used to break up and old concrete slab, stoop, or stairs without a problem also. Definitely cuts the work time down substantially!
Date de publication: 2014-07-25
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Will this unit break up a concrete foundation?

Posée par: Gerry
If you are referring to alarge concrete slab, footings, or walls, you would be better with a larger tool/machine. However to trim up areas this would be a good choice.
Répondue par: Snep
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

I have a short concrete retaining wall that Areca palm roots are pushing against and tilting the ...

I have a short concrete retaining wall that Areca palm roots are pushing against and tilting the wall. Could I use this tool to dig out a 6 inch trench behind the short retaining wall in the hope of removing those roots, and relieving pressure on the wall?
Posée par: Frankie
I hate arecas, they are to fast-growing require constant thinning producing lots of waste to dispose. Wrong tool for job, I prefer a sawzall, start thinning out unwanted trunks, new shoots & fronds. Then cut the rot ball back away from the retaining wall. Save some energy to haul away the debris.
Répondue par: Homeowner
Date de publication: 2020-06-29

I have a cinder block retaining wall that I need to demo. Is this tool adequate for the job? I ...

I have a cinder block retaining wall that I need to demo. Is this tool adequate for the job? I have to use the tool horizontally which is why I'd like as light a tool as possible. Trying to avoid using the 20 plus pound 11316 model. Thanks
Posée par: jon
I used mine to bust through an old cinder block wall. Using the chisel attachment I was able to do the job. One thing I learned was to work my way into the cement alittle at a time and not to go clear through. If I went straight through without enlarging the hole I would get my bit stuck.
Répondue par: TIM
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

whats the difference between the boschhammer 11321evs and the boschhammer 11321evs

Posée par: topdogg
Thank you for your question. These are the same model numbers. We will be happy to assist you with the differences between our hammers if you repost the model number or feel free to call our Bosch Customer Service representatives at 1-877-267-2499.
Répondue par: BoschTools
Date de publication: 2023-05-02

What is weight of this tool? In the video, the presenter mentioned 12.8 Lbs but under the specification it says 22 Lbs

Posée par: Ray
Thank you for your question. The 11321EVS demo hammer itself weighs 12.8 lbs. The total shipping weight which includes the box and carrying case would be 22 lbs.
Répondue par: BoschTools
Date de publication: 2023-05-03

DOES IT COME WITH BITS

Posée par: BOODY
No bits at included. You can get many SDS MAX bits at Home Depot and Lowes. If you are removing floor tile, I would also recommend purchasing a thinset removal blade
Répondue par: Guy
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

i wanted to break up rock and concrete from under my cottage and was wondering if this unit would be sufficient

Posée par: crusher
Thank you for your question. The Bosch 11321EVS demolition hammer would be an excellent choice for breaking up concrete.
Répondue par: BoschTools
Date de publication: 2023-05-02

tearing down chimney/fireplace Would this be an ok tool or is it a lil to much. Trying to save as many brick as possible

Chimney brick removal.
Posée par: Renovations
Thank you for your question. You can use a demolition hammer, however, you risk breaking or cracking the bricks. We recommend using a tuck-pointed grinder if you are looking to salvage bricks.
Répondue par: BoschTools
Date de publication: 2023-05-04
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