Milwaukee M12 Sub Compact Rotary Hammer

Milwaukee M12™ Cordless, Sub-Compact  ½” SDS Plus Rotary Hammer

The new Milwaukee M12 Sub Compact Rotary Hammer is only 3.9-pounds and 9-inches long.  Think about the last time you were drilling uni-strut overhead, or trying to drill in a hanger behind a boiler or other electrical or mechanical structures.

This little SDS drill is a problem solver – a small, confined space, no electrical cord needed problem solver!

The Milwaukee M12 Sub Compact Rotary Hammer  delivers 0-800 RPM, 0-5,350 BPM and is capable of drilling over 55 holes per charge.

Capable of drilling both Rotary Hammer and Hammer-only the Electro Pneumatic Design allows for drilling of holes up to ½” holes in concrete.

 Milwaukee M12 Sub Compact Rotary Hammer 1/2″ SDS (2412-22XC) 

  •  0-800 RPM
  • 0-5,350 BPM
  • ½” Chuck capacity
  • 9” long
  • 3.9 pounds

Milwaukee M12 Sub Compact Rotary Hammer 1/”2″ SDS Plus (2420-20)

  • 0-800 RPM
  • 0-5,350 BPM
  • ½” Max Chuck capacity
  • 9” long
  • 3.0 pounds


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