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     Models No.            HM1300
                                                                                                            New Tool

     Description           Makita Demolition hammer

CONCEPTION AND MAIN APPLICATIONS                                                               7                224
  This hammer is exclusively designed for exporting to respond                            68
  overseas demand. It's forcused to modify the existing model
  HM1301 to have double insulated structure.


                                                                 Consumed               Rated        Max. output(W)
      Voltage(V)        Current(A)          Cycle (Hz)
                                                                 power(W)              output(W)
          100               13.0              50/60                1240                   580               1100
          115               11.0              50/60                1240                   580               1100
          200                6.5              50/60                1240                   580               1100
          220                5.9              50/60                1240                   580               1100
          230                5.7              50/60                1240                   580               1100
          240                5.4              50/60                1240                   580               1100

    No load speed                                   1200/min
    Tool size                                       30 mm hexagonal
    Tool                                            For striking (chipping with bull point, cold chisel, and scaling
                                                    chisel, digging with shovel, soil consolidation with rammer...etc.)
    Net weight                                      16.0kg
    Cord length                                     5m

  Standard equipment
   Wrench 23
   Hexagon socket screw keys 5.6
   Makita hammer oil XLD (100cc)
   Bull point 30-410
   Steel case

  Optional accessories
   Bull point
   Cold chisel
   Scaling chisel
   The same as 8900N, HM1301

  Features and benefits
   1. Electric safe double insulated structure
   2. Other than the above, it has the same feature as HM1301 (details are as below)
        Improved efficency with stronger strokes (30-40% up comparing 8900N)
        Improved endurance of striking part by preventing dust
        Minimum lubrication oil leak provides no oil splashing work environment
        Less tool retainer impact provides better endurance

 The standard equipment for the tools shown may differ form country to country.
 1. Like 8900N/HM1301, pull out armature to the gear housing side when changing
 2. Follow the procedure below to change field.
    (1) Take off handle R and L
    (2) Take off holder cap plate, carbon brush and rear case
    (3) Change field after pulling out motor housing from crank housing
 3. Assemble idler to the direction shown in the right fig.

 4. Apply lubricating oil or grease to the O-ring of seal holder (right fig.)

                                                                 Apply lubricating oil or grease

5. Apply the adhesive "three bond 1342" to the hexagon socket head cap screw M8X30 for tightening tool holder.
   Apply the adhesive "three bond 1401" to the hexagon socket head cap screw M6X18 for tightening bearing box.
6. Apply the liquid gasket "three bond 1215" to the connecting face of crank housing, gear housing, and gear
   housing cover.
7. Refer to the torque shown below when tightening screws.
    hexagon socket head cap screw            M6x16-60                             
    hexagon socket head cap screw            M6x35 (for binding handle)                      60-80
    hexagon socket head cap screw            M8x30-35                                        350-400
    hexagon socket head cap screw            M10x30 (for binding connecting rod)             500-600

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