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SDS Max Concrete Breakers

Metabo MHE 96 SDS-Max Breaker

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£529.00 £634.80

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Metabo MHE56 SDS-Max Breaker

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£395.00 £474.00

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Bosch GSH 11 E SDS-Max Breaker

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£389.00 £466.80

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Bosch GSH 11 VC SDS-Max Breaker

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£549.00 £658.80

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Bosch GSH 5 CE SDS-Max Breaker

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£375.00 £450.00

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What's in our SDS Max Breaker Range?SDS Max Shank

At Kelvin Power Tools we have a great SDS Max concrete breaker range on sale, from top brands Bosch and Metabo. This demolition hammer range is used for all on site chiselling and light demolition jobs in breaking concrete, stone and masonry. You have the choice of lightweight and more heavy-duty models. Giving you, the professional user, the maximum choice when it comes to picking the best SDS Max breaker for your needs.

What Is SDS?

SDS stands for "Special Direct System" and describes the bit clamping system in these machines. SDS-Max is the most heavy-duty of all the SDS classifications, and SDS Max demolition breaker tools are the heaviest of these. SDS-Max shanks measure 18mm and have 3 open grooves and locking segments. The shank and chuck design makes accessory changing quick and easy, as you only have to push the bit in and it locks in place. The design also allows the bit to move backwards and forwards freely. This means the chuck doesn't need to be moved as much and the drill can provide more power with less effort from the user.Bosch SDS Max Breaker

Want to learn more about An SDS Max Concrete Breaker?

If you want to know more about an SDS breaker or any other power tools please feel free to contact us. We have an excellent team of power tool experts who are happy to help you.

Looking for something even More heavy duty?

At Kelvin Power Tools we supply road breakers as well as these SDS breakers. The SDS versions are suitable for light demolition jobs but if you have a more substantial demolition task, a concrete breaker might be the better choice. You can have a look at our range of heavy breakers by clicking here.