If you are searching for a powerful rotary hammer drill to meet your heavy-duty needs like drilling, hammer drilling, or demolition, the Ronix 2726 Rotary Hammer Drill is a good choice considering its practical features.
What features has Ronix 2726 offered to the tools market?
Let’s take a deeper look at the specifications of 2726, like motor, housing, impact mechanism, bit holder system, etc., to see what features this product offers to the tools enthusiast.
Motor and Mechanism:
The motor of the Ronix 2726 rotary hammer drill is designed for high performance under heavy-duty applications. It can generate power to do these primary functions, simple drilling of less dense materials, hammer drilling for tougher workpieces, and chiseling for demolition. This drill is also equipped with a fourth function, the releasing. With this releasing function, you can adjust the working angle, which can be handy in demolition projects.
With its 850W powerful motor and 0-4000 BPM impact rate, this tool delivers 3.5J of impact energy on the surface by connecting to a 220-240V and 50-60Hz power outlet.
To maximize durability and strength in the Ronix 2726 rotary hammer drill, we use die-cast aluminum housing which also plays a role in superior heat dissipation. In addition, using a metal like aluminum in the body of this drill results in the overall weight of the tool, making it a lightweight 3Kg tool, considering how powerful it is.
The exclusive Ronix-designed auxiliary handle has simplified working with this drill. This practical handle can rotate 360 degrees and is also anti-shock to reduce the vibration that users may feel during drilling or chiseling.
Its lightweight, industrial gearbox delivers a maximum no-load speed of 1200RPM to the chuck.
This excellent rotary hammer drill has a large-capacity cylinder for more efficiency and strength. The piston’s movement inside the anti-wear cylinder provides impact energy of 3.5J and a max impact rate of 4000BPM.
The Ronix 2726 has an SDS-plus bit holder that can hold drill bits up to 26mm in diameter and flat or pointed chisels. This bit holder is also tool-free and automatic, which makes the user work faster when changing different drill bits and chisels. With this 26mm chuck, you can make 30mm holes in wood, 13mm in steel, and 26mm in concrete.
Rotary hammer drills are potent tools. Sometimes this power might cause problems. For example, when working with a rotary hammer drill, the drill bit might get stuck in concrete or hard stones. To avoid injuries, the Ronix 2726 Rotary Hammer Drill has a built-in safety torque clutch system that protects your tool from breakage.
The ON/OFF switch trigger is of high-quality material and features a lock-on switch on the side of the handle for continuous use to keep your fingers from fatigue. A forward/reverse button on the tool helps the user to forward and reverse the drilling mode. A mode selector switch allows the user to change the tool’s function from drilling to hammer drilling and chiseling. The switches are all anti-dust and with high current capacity.
To deliver the best performance and protect the cord, this rotary hammer drill has a cable-protecting ballpoint for optimal freedom of motion. Also, the ball and the socket cord attachment prevent the cable from tangling and wearing out.
Accessories and Packaging:
The Ronix 2726 rotary hammer drill comes in a protective BMC case. In its tough enough BMC case, there are additional drill bits that work fast and seamlessly with the automatic tool-free SDS plus bit holder system. An auxiliary handle and a depth gauge are also needed to adjust the drilling depth.