Dig, chip, and break concrete more efficiently--and with less unwanted vibration--using the HM1214C demolition hammer from Makita. This tool features the company's exclusive Anti-Vibration Technology (AVT) to limit vibrations and improve performance. A powerful 14-amp engine produces 950 to 1,900 blows per minute (BPM), while an automatic brush cutoff system helps increase the tool's life. An electronic dial lets you adjust the speed to fit your project.

Using Makita's HM1214C demolition hammer, you can dig, chip, and break concrete more easily and with up to three times less vibration than standard hammers. The tool features Makita's exclusive Anti-Vibration Technology (AVT), which consists of an internal counterbalance system designed to reduce unwanted vibration and allow you to hit concrete more efficiently and accurately. The HM1214C is well suited for landscapers, pool installers, electricians, plumbers, masons, remodelers, general contractors, and other professionals.

For optimal efficiency, the HM1214C demolition hammer contains a powerful 14-amp engine that delivers between 950 and 1,900 blows per minute (BPM) and 25.7 joules of impact energy with less vibration than typical demolition hammers.

To safeguard the engine and help increase the life of the tool, the HM1214C has an automatic brush cutoff system that protects the commutator in the motor along with a warning indicator lamp.

The HM1214C demolition hammer features an electronic variable speed dial along with 12 bit angle settings, allowing you to choose just the right speed and bit angle for your project.

This tool measures 27.5 inches long, weighs 27.1 pounds, and operates at just 102 decibels (dB). A large side handle and a convenient switch control help make the hammer simple and comfortable to use. The tool is also equipped with a 16.4-foot power cord, and it accepts the popular SDS-MAX shank for a wide variety of accessories.