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Model#: BSHNHC5092
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Bosch HC5092 SDS-max Speed-X 1-1/2 in., 24 in., 29 in.

  • Bosch HC5092 SDS-max Speed-X 1-1/2 in., 24 in., 29 in.
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The Bosch Speed-X combines the life and durability you expect with an amazingly fast drilling speed. Innovative features combine to make this the perfect bit for both precision anchoring and deep drilling applications.
Features:
  • Angled dust channels reduces heat build-up resulting in longer bit life
  • Inclined side cutters for aggressive drilling to achieve the highest drilling speed
  • Long pitch spiral increases speed and reduces vibration
  • Wear mark indentifies when bit has worn to a level that is inappropriate for precision anchoring
  • Centric tip for opitimum guidance when drilling in concrete and reinforced concrete
Includes:
  • SDS-max Speed-X 1-1/2 in, 24 in, 29 in. - HC5092

Specifications

Diameter: 1-1/2 in.
Shipping Weight: 5.65 lbs.
Usable Length: 24 in.

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Amazing Deep Depth performance at AMJIII
For the professional AMJIII Mudjacking company; speed, precision, and dependability are of paramount importance. A recent job required drilling an inch and a half hole through just under 2 solid feet of concrete. (the lucky part was missing the rebar) This bit performed as well at 2 feet as it did at 2 inches, AND paid for itself on a single job.
July 3, 2012

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