Hilti TE 60 ATC/AVRIntroducing the Hilti SDS-max combihammers TE 60-AVR and TE 60-ATC/AVR with more product intelligence than ever before, enhanced features and a significantly upgraded performance. These new TE 60s are the first class of Hilti SDS-max combihammers to use the Hilti Connect App, which lets contractors use any NFC-enabled device to access everything from getting a comprehensive tool history and summary to sending in a request for a repair from the jobsite.

Both new Hilti SDS-max combihammers feature Active Vibration Reduction (AVR) which helps to reduce operator fatigue while improving productivity. The TE 60-ATC/AVR model also comes with an Active Torque Control (ATC) system that reduces injury caused from kickback by stopping the motor almost instantly if the bit binds and the housing begins to rotate too quickly. A detachable power cord helps to reduce cord damage and wear. The cord simply snaps out if too much tension is applied, and it can easily be reconnected for quick field replacement of damaged cords.

Delivering 5.8 ft-lbs of impact energy at 3,300 impacts-per-minute, Hilti TE 60s are ideally suited for drilling anchor through-holes in concrete and masonry, medium-duty demolition work, coring in masonry and concrete up to 4″ in diameter and chiseling out penetrations. Both models have an optimum hole range of 11/16″ up to 1-9/16″ and a maximum hammer drilling hole diameter of 2″ and a maximum percussion coring diameter of 4”.

TE 60 AVR (4th Generation)

The Hilti TE 60-AVR and TE 60-ATC/AVR are OSHA 1926.1153 Table 1 compliant when paired with either a TE DRS-Y, DRS-S, or TE-YD hollow drill bit and a Hilti vacuum. Hilti SDS-max combihammers TE 60-AVR and TE 60-ATC/AVR are covered by the Hilti Tool Warranty 20/2/1 — 20 years of repair or replacement of defective parts; 2 years no cost repair including wear and tear; and a guaranteed 1-day turnaround on repairs.

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