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Milwaukee 5378-20 Corded Hammer Drill, 120 V, 7.5 A, 1/2 in Keyed Chuck, 0 - 1350/0 - 2500 rpm

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About the Milwaukee 5378-20

The Milwaukee 5378-20 model 1/2" Pistol-Grip, Dual-Torque Hammer Drill is a part of the Hammer Drill Series. This comes with a 1/2" bit. This heavy-duty drill can handle the toughest concrete drilling jobs. It's dual range speed control gives you more power to speed through the toughest applications, and more speed to power for lighter applications. This drill comes with a depth gauge, a side handle, and a chuck key.It has a 7.5 AMP motor. It can operate at a speed of 0 - 1,350/2,500 RPM.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 5378-20
Shipping Dimensions 14.3" x 3.2" x 11.2"
Weight 7.50 lbs.

Product Features

  • Voltage Rating:120 V
  • Current Rating:7.5 A
  • Chuck Size:1/2 in
  • Chuck Type:Keyed
  • Speed:0 - 1350/0 - 2500 rpm
  • Bearing Type:Ball and Roller
  • Handle Style:Cushion Grip
  • Includes:(1) Depth ga, (1) 48-66-5185 1/2 in Chuck Key, (1) 49-15-5300 Removable Side Handle
  • Powerful 7.5 A dual-torque motor: optimized for concrete fastening with overload protection. Choose trigger-speed control in two ranges: 0-1350 rpm/0-22000 BPM or 0-2500 rpm/0-40,000 BPM
  • 2-Mode operation: Drill-only mode for wood, steel and plastic; hammer and rotation setting easily sets concrete screw fasteners and drills small holes for anchors
  • 2-Speed gear box: select the correct drilling speed for the material and accessory
  • Self-stopping brushes: Protects the motor and increases the life of the tool
  • Capacity in steel twist bit: 1/2 in, capacity in wood hole saw: 3-3/4 in, capacity in concrete: 3/4 in, self feed bit capacity: 1-3/4 in

Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews


had it's predecessor for 30 years Rated 4 by Anonymous
  Yes, I recommend this product.
Bought this drill to replace my old workhorse, which was a 1984 AEG hammer drill- which by the way, is part for part, exactly the same drill. Even takes my old right angle adapter. I have used this drill for extensive concrete work for residential construction. When installing almost 100 circuits in a residence, with the right angle adapter, for the wire runs, I could quickly and easily drill 2" holes, 3" from the top of the joist and 3" from the support wall, in 2x10's on 12" spacing. I'm now relying more on the M18 Concrete drill, but when I need the power, and AC is available, this is my goto concrete and big hole drill. Great for mixing drywall mud and all types of concrete anchor dilling. BTW, if you use GRK Caliburn concrete screws, wich you can screw in or out numerous times, and still leave a concrete hole that remains good and solid, you'll never touch a Tapcon again. This drill and GRK Caliburn concrete screws - are a match made in heaven.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014

Excellent Product Highly Recommended Rated 5 by Anonymous
Great , High powered and lightweight. I've owned one for over 6 years now and still cuts through concrete like the day i bought it.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013

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