METABO MAG-50 Magnetic Core Drill (1200W, 50mm Max. Drilling Depth)

R 19,459.00
The METABO MAG-50 Magnetic Core Drill (1200W, 50mm Max. Drilling Depth) is durable, versatile and expertly designed.
  • Large stroke is suitable for core drills, spiral drills & countersinks
  • Magnetic base with strong holding power is ideal for working on vertical surfaces & overhead
  • Long-lasting durable Metabo marathon motor with internal wiring
  • Vario-Tacho-Constamatic (VTC) Full-Wave Electronics are ideal when working with materials that need customised speeds to remain constant under load
  • Clockwise & anti-clockwise rotation with thread cutter

The METABO MAG-50 Magnetic Core Drill has an ergonomic handle and a lockable slide for easy tool change. The restart protection feature prevents unintended start-up, overload protection prevents overheating and swarf protection keeps the user protected from metal shavings. The mains cable is 5 metres long and protected by a resistant rubber shroud.

Metabo is the German leader for professional power tool solutions. This world-renowned brand supplies sustainable system solutions from tools and accessories to service. They offer an extensive range for professionals, focused on the competence areas of metal industry and metal trades, renovation and construction trades.

Product specifications:

  • Rated input power: 1200W
  • Output power: 620W
  • Max. drill-Ø with core drill: 50mm
  • Max. drill-Ø with spiral drill: 20mm
  • Max. drilling depth: 50mm
  • Thread cutting: M16
  • No-load speed: 100-250/200-450rpm
  • Bit retainer: Morse taper MK2/Weldon shaft 19mm
  • Weight: 12.7kg
  • Power supply cord: 5m
  • Torque: 90/50Nm
  • Dimensions of magnet base: 90 x 190mm
Vibration: 
  • Drilling in metal: 2.5m/s²
  • Uncertainty of measurement K: 1.5m/s²
Noise emission: 
  • Sound pressure level: 79dB(A)
  • Sound power level (LwA): 92dB(A)
  • Uncertainty of measurement K: 3dB(A)

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