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RECA vacuum drill SDSmax

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  • Extraction drill for drilling and cleaning in one step: Dust is extracted from the drill hole as soon as it is created.

  • Easy to use and secure anchor installation: Removes almost all dust. Subsequent cleaning of the drill hole is not necessary.

  • Cost-effective solution for end users: Saves time as there is no need to clean the drill hole or surrounding area.

  • Same robustness and performance as a standard drill.

  • Can be used universally and flexibly with SDS plus or SDS max hammers and commercially available construction dust extractors.

Application area:

  • The RECA vacuum drill combines two steps in one: it drills and extracts the drilling dust at the same time as soon as it is created at the drill head.

  • 98 % less dust than conventional drilling.

  • Simple, fast and reliable.

  • The advance of drilling is fast thanks to extra-large head holes and channelling the drill cuttings through the inside.

  • The fresh air supply has a cooling effect on the drill head and consequently prolongs its service life.

  • The vacuum drill does not leave any dust residue when drilling on a freshly plastered façade.

  • Can be used with all common hammer drills and commercially available M Class construction dust extractors with a volume flow of >40 l/second and a vacuum of >230 mbar.

  • Not suitable for drilling into reinforcement!

Field of Application:

Dust types that are reliably vacuumed by the RECA vacuum drill:
  • A dust: Part of the dust that can be breathed in and is so fine that it can progress to the smallest branches of the lungs.

  • E dust: Solid part of all the small parts in the breathing zone that can be breathed in through the mouth and nose.

  • T dust: Environmental dust (e.g. ozone).

  • Quartz dust: Dusts that contain crystalline silicon oxide and also embed themselves in the lungs.


Ideal for use with chemical anchors (included in the general construction permit!)