Best Scheppach products in the Hammer drills + chisels category

On this page you'll find a ranking of the best Scheppach products in this category. To give you a quick overview, we've already ranked the most important information about the products for you.

1. Scheppach AB1900 Demolition Hammer 230-240V 50Hz - 60J

With 1900 watts, 60 joules of impact force and 2000 blows per minute, the scheppach AB1900 demolition hammer is a real powerhouse that easily works its way through walls and concrete with its 16.5 kg net weight. Thanks to two handles with soft grip, the tool lies securely in the hand during work. The AB1900 is supplied with a pointed and flat chisel as well as a case with wheels.

Powerful 1900 watts and an impact force of 60 joules
Fatigue-free work due to switch lock for continuous operation
Handle with soft grip for low-vibration work
Compact and slim design allows work even in hard-to-reach places
Includes plastic box with rollers, pointed and flat chisels
Impact speed 2000/min
Robust housing with a weight of 16.5 kg
Easy and fast tool change via 30 mm hexagon tool holder

Tiles, walls, concrete foundations ? everything gives way to the scheppach AB1900 demolition hammer. Even the hardest concrete is no match for the 1900 watt motor power, the single impact force of 60 joules and an impact rate of 2000 blows per minute. The corded demolition and caulking hammer is a powerful tool for demolition work close to the ground.

Equipped with the 390 mm pointed chisel or the 390 mm flat chisel, both of which are part of the scope of delivery, demolishing walls, removing floor tiles or crushing foundations, stones and concrete blocks are child's play for any craftsman, whether at home or on the construction site. Thanks to the compact and slim design, work in hard-to-reach places is also possible.

Whenever it comes to demolition work, a demolition hammer is a useful tool to make work easier. Instead of manual work with hammer and chisel, the chisel of the demolition hammer drills into the material to be removed and crushes it. This means that much less muscle power is needed for demolition work and the work is done faster and more effectively. A high machine weight supports this process, as greater pressure can be built up. The 16.5 kg net weight ensures that the AB1900 impact hammer virtually works itself into the ground.

The AB1900 has a 30 mm hexagonal tool holder. The tool change is simple and quick, without additional tools, via a quick release.

With the two handles with soft grip, you always have a good grip on the demolition hammer, even when working for longer periods. The front handle can be adjusted to individual needs with a locking screw. The rear D-handle not only ensures an ergonomic hand position, but also makes it easier to pull the demolition hammer back out of the rubble on the ground.

A plastic case with wheels is included for transport and professional storage of the demolition hammer after the work is done.
 

2. Scheppach AB1500X

The AB1500X demolition hammer from scheppach is ideal for heavy demolition and chisel work. With its 1300 watt electric motor, 20 joules of impact force and 4100 blows per minute, it is a real powerhouse. Thanks to anti-vibration and the two handles with soft grip, the tool lies securely in the hand during work. The AB1500X is supplied with a pointed and flat chisel.

Powerful 20 joules for universal use
Powerful 1300 watt motor
Easy and fast tool change via SDS Max chuck
Vibration-damped handle
Plastic case for convenient transport and storage
Compact and slim design allows work even in hard-to-reach areas
Including pointed and flat chisels

Whenever it comes to demolition work, a demolition hammer is a useful tool to make work easier. Instead of manual work with hammer and chisel, the chisel of the demolition hammer drills into the material to be removed and crushes it. This means that much less muscle power is needed for demolition work and the work is done faster and more effectively.

With a motor power of 1300 watts, 20 joules of impact force and 4100 blows per minute, even the hardest concrete is no match. The corded demolition hammer is a powerful tool for heavy demolition and chisel work. A net weight of 6 kg provides even more power.

The standardised SDS-Max tool holder allows a quick and tool-free change of drills and chisels. The SDS-Max attachment also ensures a particularly high power transmission.

Equipped with the pointed chisel and a flat chisel, which are both part of the scope of delivery, demolishing walls, removing floor tiles or crushing foundations, stones and concrete blocks are child's play for any craftsman, whether at home or on the construction site. Thanks to the compact and slim design, work in hard-to-reach places is also possible.

With the two handles with soft grip, you always have a good grip on the demolition hammer, even when working for longer periods. The integrated anti-vibration system also contributes to this.

A plastic case is included in the scope of delivery for transporting and properly stowing the demolition hammer after work.
 

3. Scheppach AB1700 Demolition Hammer

The Scheppach AB1700 splitting hammer is an efficient and powerful power tool with an impact energy of 50 J. The hammer is suitable for complex demolition work and for breaking concrete and rock. The tool has a durable construction. It has a type D handle that ensures comfortable holding of the hammer. Thanks to the quick and easy change of the fastening device, it does not take long for you to attach a suitable working insert. Product features: Efficient breaking of stone and concrete. Quick accessory change - fast attachment of chisels and cutters. D-shaped handle - comfortable to hold while working. Durable construction, suitable for difficult conditions. A case is included for easy storage and transport of the hammer and accessories. 

4. Scheppach AB1600 Demolition Hammer 230V 50Hz 1600W - 50J

With its 1600 watt electric motor, 50 joules of impact force and 2000 blows per minute, the scheppach AB1600 demolition hammer is a real powerhouse. It effortlessly works its way through walls and concrete, supported by its 16 kg dead weight. Thanks to anti-vibration and the two handles with soft grip, the tool lies securely in the hand during work. The AB1600 is supplied with pointed and flat chisels and a metal case.

Impact force of 50 joules
Powerful 1600 watt motor
Robust housing with a weight of 16 kg
Easy and quick tool change
30 mm Hexagon tool holder
D-handle with soft grip for low-vibration work
Compact and slim design allows working even in hard-to-reach areas
Including tool case, pointed and flat chisels

Tiles, walls, concrete foundations ? everything gives way to the scheppach AB1600 demolition hammer. Even the hardest concrete is no match for the 1600 watt motor, the single impact force of 50 joules and an impact rate of 2000 blows per minute. The corded demolition and caulking hammer is a powerful tool for demolition work close to the ground.

Equipped with the 390 mm pointed chisel or the 390 mm flat chisel, both of which are part of the scope of delivery, demolishing walls, removing floor tiles or crushing foundations, stones and concrete blocks are child's play for any craftsman, whether at home or on the construction site. Thanks to the compact and slim design, work in hard-to-reach places is also possible.

Whenever it comes to demolition work, a demolition hammer is a useful tool to make work easier. Instead of manual work with hammer and chisel, the chisel of the demolition hammer drills into the material to be removed and crushes it. This means that much less muscle power is needed for demolition work and the work is done faster and more effectively. A high machine weight supports this process, as greater pressure can be built up. The net weight of 16 kg ensures that the AB1600 impact hammer virtually works itself into the ground.

The AB1600 has a 30 mm hexagonal tool holder. Tools are changed easily and quickly, without additional tools, via a quick release.

With the two handles with soft grip, you always have a good grip on the demolition hammer, even when working for longer periods. The integrated anti-vibration system also contributes to this. The front handle can be adjusted to individual needs with a locking screw. The rear D-handle not only ensures an ergonomic hand position, but also makes it easier to pull the demolition hammer back out of the rubble on the ground.
A metal case is included in the scope of delivery for transporting and properly stowing the demolition hammer after the work is done.
 

5. Scheppach AB2000 demolition hammer

AB 2000 demolition hammer 11.5 kg.

6. Scheppach VS1000

The VS1000 vibratory tamper is the ideal helper for repairs and reshaping during earthworks, trenches or asphalt repairs. Stable and easy to handle. Excellent running behaviour and handling. Balanced weight distribution. Excellent compaction performance. Optimum advance speed. Wide range of application possibilities. High reliability and durability. Easy and safe transport, thanks to the mobile device. 

7. Scheppach Marteau de démolition AB1600 spec edition

With its 1600 watt electric motor, 50 joule impact force and 2000 blows per minute, the Scheppach AB1600 demolition hammer is a real powerhouse. It works effortlessly through walls and concrete, supported by its own 16 kg weight. Thanks to anti-vibration and the two soft-grip handles, the device sits securely in the hand during employees' work. The AB1600 is supplied with pointed and flat chisels and a metal case. Impact force of 50 joules. Powerful 1600 W motor. Robust housing with a weight of 16kg. Quick and easy tool change. 30 mm hexagon. Tool holder
D-handle with soft grip for low-vibration employees. Compact and slim design makes it possible to work in hard-to-reach areas. Includes metal case, pointed and flat chisel. Tiles, walls, concrete foundations - everything gives way to the AB1600 demolition hammer. Even the hardest concrete is no match for the 1600 watt motor power, the individual impact force of 50 joules and an impact rate of 2000 blows per minute. The corded demolition and chisel hammer is a powerful tool for demolition work close to the ground. Equipped with the 390 mm pointed chisel or the 390 mm flat chisel, both of which are included in the scope of delivery, demolishing walls, removing floor tiles or crushing foundations, stones and concrete blocks is child's play for any tradesman, whether at home or on site. Thanks to its compact and slim design, it is also possible to work in hard-to-reach places. Whenever demolition work is involved, a demolition hammer is a useful tool for making work easier. Instead of manual labour with a hammer and chisel, the chisel of the demolition hammer drills into the material to be removed and crushes it. This means that much less muscle power is required for demolition work and the work is done more quickly and effectively. A high machine weight supports this process, as greater pressure can be built up. The net weight of 16 kg ensures that the AB1600 impact hammer practically works itself into the ground. The AB1600 has a 30 mm hexagonal tool holder. Tools can be changed quickly and easily without additional tools using a quick release. The two soft-grip handles ensure that you always have a good grip on the demolition hammer, even when employees are working for long periods. The integrated anti-vibration system also contributes to this. The front handle can be adjusted to individual requirements with a locking screw. The rear D-handle not only ensures an ergonomic hand position, but also makes it easier to pull the demolition hammer out of the rubble on the ground. A metal case is included in the scope of delivery for transporting and stowing the demolition hammer properly after the job is done.
 

8. Scheppach HP1900S

The HP1900S from scheppach is a compact and lightweight vibratory plate that nevertheless achieves very good compaction results. Any work around the house, on terraces, in the garden or forecourts can be mastered quickly and easily with this manoeuvrable helper. The scheppach HP1900S vibratory plate, also known as a vibratory plate, is a motor-driven and hand-guided construction machine that is used for compacting soil in small to medium-sized areas. For example, when laying paved paths, driveways and patios as well as in gardening and landscaping, the HP1900S with its 530 x 350 mm base plate made of high-strength steel is a good purchase for small to medium-sized construction projects. If good compaction results are to be achieved with a robust and lightweight vibratory plate, the HP1900S is the perfect choice: compactly built and manoeuvrable, with 17000 N compaction pressure and 30 cm compaction depth. The powerful 4-stroke petrol engine with 4.1 kW ensures a good working speed. The vibratory plate is equipped with an oil monitor as standard, which protects the engine from damage if the oil level is too low. Thanks to the maximum feed rate of 25 m/min and a plate width of 350 mm, a large area can be worked in a short time. The automatic advance nevertheless allows the user to easily intervene in the direction of movement. For paving work, a black rubber mat is included in the scope of delivery of the vibratory plate. This is mounted under the vibratory plate, allowing it to be used for vibrating in concrete blocks, concrete slabs etc. without damaging the stones. For easy transport, the HP1900S has an integrated driving device. To do this, the upper handle is folded down, the chassis is released from the hooks on the lower handle and swivelled under the machine by lifting it. Now the vibratory plate can be moved by one person. Thanks to its compact dimensions of 1140 x 410 x 840 mm, the vibratory plate can be easily stowed away after work.