Drilling, hammer drilling and chiselling: with an Einhell hammer drill you have the full 4-in-1 power for the toughest drilling and chiselling jobs: Thanks to the pneumatic striking mechanism, you can use them to perform chiselling and demolition work and to drill even into the hardest materials, such as stone or concrete. This makes the Einhell rotary hammers versatile tools around the construction site. If you are solely looking for a tool for demolition and breakthrough work, you will also find a pure demolition hammer in the Einhell range.
The range of different rotary hammer drills and demolition hammers from Einhell
The cordless rotary hammer drill
The Einhell cordless rotary hammer drills are perfect whenever you have drilling work to do at home that a conventional drill wouldn't be able to handle. Drilling and chiselling in the hardest walls are also easy work for cordless rotary hammer drills. And they are also perfect for caulking work. Depending on the model, the cordless rotary hammer drill from Einhell offer up to five different functions: Whether you're drilling, hammer drilling, chiselling with or without fixing, or screwing with a bit adapter, anything is possible with a cordless rotary hammer drill. Thanks to the Power X-Change system, the cordless rotary hammer drills from Einhell also hold up very well in continuous operation.
The corded rotary hammer drill
A corded tool is particularly suitable for you if you have planned longer and more extensive projects for which the rotary hammer drill will be in use for a long time in one stretch. If the rotary hammer drill is corded, you can also drill or chisel over a longer period of time and save battery charging time. So, if you are planning longer lasting projects and you always have a nearby power outlet or the appropriate extension cord available, a corded drill is the right choice for you.
The demolition hammer for renovation work
The demolition hammers from Einhell are perfect for renovation work and are great for breaking up hard materials like concrete. With a demolition hammer you can easily remove and chisel tiles from floors and walls, make wall openings, tear down small brick walls and chisel into concrete. Thanks to its powerful demolition performance, the demolition hammer is particularly suitable for a wide range of chiselling and caulking work, such as gas, water and electrical installations.