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The world's first cordless combihammer.

TE 30A36 cordless combihammer

Plenty of professionals have tried drilling ¾” holes 8” deep with a cordless rotary hammer drill only to be disappointed. We get it. You can’t ask a cordless rotary hammer to do a combihammer’s job. And now you don’t have to.

Introducing the world’s first cordless combihammer: the TE 30-A36. This revolutionary combihammer drills large diameter holes with the speed of corded tools two classes larger while delivering the productivity of a cordless tool.

Say goodbye to hours of dragging extension cords around the jobsite. Say hello to the TE 30-A36.

  • Drilling electrical through penetrations
  • Chipping concrete for plumbing drains
  • Drilling for concrete application sets
  • Drilling hundreds of holes, one after another, for kicker plates
  • Battery, motor and transmission designed for unmatched speed drilling into concrete
  • Chips like a corded tool two classes larger
  • Optimized electropneumatic hammering mechanism for more speed and impact energy
  • 6.0 ah, 36 volt battery provides twice the energy of anything else available on the market
  • Brushless motor delivers long life and high efficiency
  • Glass fiber housing and hammering mechanism optimized to provide cooling for long life
  • Hammering mechanism, gear and motor produce better heat conductibility for more cooling
    and higher material strength

TE 30A36 User Reviews

"It's efficient, it's not heavy, and it's easy to operate."


"We had to buy a second one because the guys fell in love with it. It saves so much time; we had to have two."

"The demonstration was so good. I thought, 'I have to give this a shot'."

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