The HR2475 is powered by a 7 amp motor that delivers a no load speed of 0-1,100 rpm, with 0-4,500 BPM and 2.7 joules of impact energy. Three-mode operation includes “Rotation Only,” “Hammering with Rotation,” and “Hammering Only” for multiple applications.
Consistent with the rest of Makita's rotary hammer line-up, the HR2475 is engineered with the Makita Motor Advantage. This includes field core interlocking steel laminations, dual ball bearing armature, and more copper commutator bars. These features deliver the most efficient transfer of energy for more power and longer tool life.
Additional performance features include a torque limiting clutch engineered to prevent gear damage by automatically disengaging gears if the bit binds. The sequential impact timing feature delivers timed hammering during rotation to minimize overlapping bit impacts, resulting in up to 50 percent faster drilling.
Comfort and ease-of-use features include an ergonomic and well-balanced design with a rubberized D-handle comfort grip and a soft grip side handle. Additional features include a one-touch sliding chuck for easy bit changes, a recessed lock-on button for continuous use, and a large trigger switch. The multiple chisel positioning allows the bit to be set at 40 different positions to align with the application. The extended life brushes are longer for less downtime and more work between service intervals.
The HR2475 is a versatile and hard-hitting rotary hammer for masons, remodelers, electricians, maintenance crews, and general contractors seeking a best-in-class 1-inch rotary hammer. The HR2475 is just another example of Makita's commitment to innovative technology and best-in-class engineering.