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Model #5317-21

Store SKU #658939

1-9/16 in. SDS-Max Rotary Hammer

  • Powerful 10.5 Amp Motor: Delivers 450 RPM and 3,000 BPM
  • Delivers consistent performance in tough applications
  • 5 year limited tool warranty
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Product Overview

Get durability, performance and Constant Power Technology (CPT) for your toughest applications. The Milwaukee 5317-21 1-9/16 in. SDS-Max Rotary Hammer offers a heavy-duty 5.5 ft. lbs. of impact energy for solid performance, even when drilling in hard aggregate. Constant Power Technology ensures consistent drilling power for the toughest applications handled by electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC and general construction contractors. A 12-position chipping adjustment lets you maintain the optimum hammer position while chipping in any orientation. A mechanical clutch protects the motor when the bit binds, and two-mode operation offers maximum versatility regardless of the application. The tool comes with a side handle and carrying case.
  • Superior Milwaukee durability delivers maximum life even in the toughest concrete applications
  • Powerful hammer mechanism: delivers 5.5 ft. lbs. (7.5J) of impact energy for drilling in hard aggregate
  • Powerful 10.5 Amp motor: delivers 450 RPM and 3,000 BPM
  • Mechanical clutch: protects the tool when the bit binds up
  • 2-mode operation: rotary hammer and hammer only for maximum versatility
  • CPT - Constant Power technology: delivers consistent performance in tough applications
  • 12-position chipping adjustment: allows the user to maintain the desired hammer position while chipping in any orientation
  • Includes: (1) 5317-21 1-9/16 in. SDS max rotary hammer, (1) carrying case, (1) side handle
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Cordless/ CordedCordlessCordedCordedCorded
Chuck Size1 In.1-9/16 In.1-9/16 In.1-5/8 In.
Chuck TypeSDS-PlusSDS-MaxSDS-MaxSDS-Max
Voltage (v)18v
Power Tool FeaturesAdjustable Handle Position,LED LightKeyless Chuck,Variable SpeedForward/Reverse Switch,Keyless Chuck,Variable SpeedVariable Speed
Number of Total Batteries Included0
Battery Amp HoursNo Battery
Maximum Speed (RPM)5000 RPM450 RPM340 RPM340 RPM
IncludedAttachments IncludedCase IncludedCase IncludedCase Included,Second Handle Included
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.14
Product Height (in.)
17.71
Product Width (in.)
23.22

Details

Amperage (amps)
10.5
Blow energy (ft.-lb.)
5.5
Chuck Size
1-9/16 In.
Chuck Type
SDS-Max
Color Family
Red
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
54
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Drill/ Driver Type
Rotary Drill
Included
Case Included
Maximum Speed (RPM)
450 RPM
Power Tool Features
Keyless Chuck,Variable Speed
Product Weight (lb.)
22.86
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,ETL Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Tool Warranty

Questions & Answers

24Questions21Answers

What type grease does it use

Asked by Beenic54 January 31, 2021
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makita-100-ml-Hammer-Bit-Grease-194683-7/205182387 This was the only hammer drill grease I could find at Home Depot. Grease is put on the bits before insertion. I think any lubricant would suffice. It's there to ease impact between the chuck and the bit and keep things a little cooler. Maybe find one that's not going to get black smudges all over the place to keep things,like your hands, your work, etc, cleaner. If you're a casual user drilling a few holes a week it isn't as critical as if you're drilling dozens of holes daily.

Is this a brushed or brushless motor?

Asked by Drew December 24, 2020
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Brushed

Do you habe a set of bits for this hammer in the Carso. Store. I need a set of bits please

Asked by Eseta September 25, 2020
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Answer

I would suggest you download the Home Depot app and you will be able to look up any items Home Depot sells and also find the exact location of the item in any store you pick. If that does not work for you go to HomeDepot.com and search for the item and then click on the store close to you in the store locater section of the app.

I just need the handle where can I order it?

Asked by CJ June 10, 2020
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I would suggest you go to Milwaukee's website and contact customer service. Typically you can order parts for several years after the tool is sold. Look for the tool breakdown sheet and order or search by the part number. You can also check Home Depot site I do not think you can order the replacement parts from HD site. The last suggestion would be to contact a tool repair shop that is a Milwaukee specialist and order the parts from them. If you do not have internet access try the 800 customer service department of Milwaukee. Typically some in the technical department would get you the correction direction to proceed.

Can diamond tip core bits be used with this drill?

Asked by Michael May 5, 2020
1
Answer

yes

will this drill have enough thud to drive 10ft ground rods

Asked by Austin December 20, 2019
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I would say no problem but I have never tried it.

Does this tool come with any bits

Asked by Steve November 27, 2019
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When I purchased my tool it did not come with any bits but that is dependent of the manufacturer on how they box the items. Many times they sell tools with a punch or chisel included as incentives to purchase the tools or to make their tools more acceptable to the customers. I have purchased many bits or inserts at the local Home Depot stores and always found a good selection with several of each sizes in stock.

What country is Milwauee made in? Bruce, St. Pete. Fl

Asked by Bruce September 7, 2019
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Only some of Milwaukee’s products are made in the USA. According to their website, they also have manufacturing facilities in China and Europe. Their main American facilities are in Brookfield, Wisconsin and three cities in Mississippi: Greenwood, Jackson and Olive Branch. Unfortunately, going international is a trend that is becoming very common on the tool industry. However, along with international expansion, Milwaukee Tool is also expanding their manufacturing footprint in the U.S. In December 2017, they announced a significant expansion of their Mississippi factories, creating over 600 new jobs in those cities – this was their fourth expansion since 2012 in that state. They also seem to be very committed to keeping strong roots in Wisconsin, with recent expansions to those facilities as well.

Is this any good for drilling Limestone rock ?

Asked by dmac37601 August 28, 2019
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Absolutely

the one I have has a red button at the botem of the handle , what is it for? I do not have the bo...

Asked by henry August 25, 2019
2
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I looked at mine, didn't see that red button.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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  • 92% recommend this product
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Easy to use for medium projects, no to heavy for the side
Easy to use for medium projects, no to heavy for the side
by Ogb
The performance, quality and value is excellent on this Rotary Hammer!!! An amazing demolition t...
The performance, quality and value is excellent on this Rotary Hammer!!! An amazing demolition tool on the concrete removal. Fits in tight areas compared to a jack hammer could. I've done several jobs with drilling into solid concrete and extremely whoa resullts. A brilliant red storage carrying case, storage slot for your bits, operator's manual and grease tube is included. You will need to purchase bits separately. It works flawless and has a bit of weight to it while putting it to use. It's loud, tough and will conquer some long lasting projects. I've gain a heart over this solid, tough rotary hammer. It woks great in small crawl spaces. While having to change out the bits be sure to unplug and make sure to tug on it to make certain it's locked in. Also be prepared to wear the proper PPE. It's one tough running tool.
by edjr
6 people found this helpful
I would recommend this for those seeking a heavy duty piece of equipment, for commercial construc...
I would recommend this for those seeking a heavy duty piece of equipment, for commercial construction, or anyone looking for a real workhorse. It comes in a nice locking case with rubber grip and hole for padlock. I love how the front handle adjusts so easily by twisting tight or loose. You can tighten it to any position you like. This is great for those awkward places. The bits come in and out with a pull of the quick disconnect. I recommend using the complimentary grease tube so your bits slip in an out with ease. There are obviously instructions, and their location in the case also makes for a great storage pocket. It is quite heavy if you're not accustomed to large commercially-rated tools. However, for the power this baby puts out, it makes up for it. You won't be standing there all day trying to get those holes drilled; I can promise you that. If you get the right bit, you'll be able to go thru even the toughest concrete, not to even mention cinder-block (which only takes seconds to cut through). In fact, it's so powerful you really have to watch out not to break the pieces you're working with. If you apply too much pressure or select the hammer option (to the right), you may find yourself having to buy more materials. However, I'm sure that most people will be using this to drill into new or old concrete. Just like a household spray bottle, there are two options but four selections at the top. You have the rotary hammer to the left and the hammer/chisel option to the right, with the top and bottom being marked "0" for blank. Now, even tho they're supposed to turn off, there is a clutch inside which you need to release by clicking the trigger for a few seconds. This will ensure safety, and prevent damage to a new work-piece or injury to a fellow workmate. I selected the top "0" and it fired before it turned off. The bottom "0" took a chip out of my concrete as I assumed it wouldn't work and ran it really quick. Unfortunately there are no bits with this kit, since it is a bare tool. However, when you go to buy bits, MAKE SURE you get the SDS MAX, not the regular sds. These are approximately 3/4" in diameter at the end (about twice as thick). When I bought my bits the first time, they were simply SDS, which are approximately 3/8" in diameter at the end. The Max also has a different looking fitting, 5 grooves instead of 4, which makes it easy to tell apart. There are many attachments available which you can buy for your purposes. One of the best things this tool is good for is removing tile and mortar. If you find a long enough flat blade It'll make for easy work, especially if kept sharp.
by Maks
4 people found this helpful
I was trying to using a friend's SDS-PLUS rotary hammer to break up some buried concrete around s...
I was trying to using a friend's SDS-PLUS rotary hammer to break up some buried concrete around some broken fence posts that I wanted replace, and the going was tedious at best. Oh, what a difference this SDS-MAX rotary hammer makes! It broke up the concrete quickly and easily. It also drills into concrete easily and within a few seconds. Note that I used a 1 in. x 16 in. R-Tec Hammer Steel SDS-MAX Star Point Self-Sharpening Chisel Twist, which I also ordered from Home Depot, for both breaking up and drilling the concrete. SDS-PLUS is ok for smaller jobs, but for anything of scale I'd definitely recommend this SDS-MAX drill.
by Leo9
4 people found this helpful
This Milwaukee SDS MAX model 5317-21 is a good hard-working tool. I have used a Hilti and a Bosc...
This Milwaukee SDS MAX model 5317-21 is a good hard-working tool. I have used a Hilti and a Bosch in the past. The Milwaukee is a heavier than the Bosch or a Dewalt in comparing same size 1 9/16” model or amperage. The Milwaukee did perform great on two different days or applications. First was used for chipping the blowout of concrete on a slab for installing underground rain gutter next to a house prior to pouring walkways. Bits used was a bullet point and a one-inch chisel. The job went very quick. Second day use was to install grounding rod which worked great or easily with no issues. The Milwaukee does include a thick plastic carrying case and there is plenty of room to store additional bits, chisels, and even a clay spade. I did compare the Milwaukee on the same job with a Dewalt SDS (non MAX) version for the same function and comparison. The Milwaukee SDS MAX was much faster than the standard SDS. Although several pounds heavier it noticeably hits harder and shortens the work time.
by lardog
5 people found this helpful
This is one heavy duty drill. I have another brand of "standard" duty hammer drill but I wanted s...
This is one heavy duty drill. I have another brand of "standard" duty hammer drill but I wanted something with more muscle for drilling rebar holes in concrete slabs. This really does the trick. I have not used it just as a chipper yet but based on the hammer power when drilling it will do great. Be aware that standard SDS bits WILL NOT WORK. I bought an adapter to use my SDS-plus bits in it but I bought some SDS-Max bits for larger holes. It adds to the cost of use but it is worth it for heavy duty use. Also, SDS-Max bits are not as widely available at big box home centers.
by ChiefBob
1 person found this helpful
Not living up to Milwaukee standards
While drilling 18" deep 1 3/8 holes for anchor rods this drill frequently just stopped working. Drill for 30 seconds then stop for 30 seconds. I don't know if it was a thermal issue or binding issue or what but this is not acceptable in a commercial operation. Cordless tech is still not up to handle serious jobs.
by Mydisplayname
Response from Milwaukee ToolJan 21, 2021
Hello, this is Elise with Milwaukee Tool. Mydisplayname, thank you for your review. I am sorry to hear about your frustrations with your rotary hammer. We'd value the opportunity to learn more about your frustrations with your Milwaukee Tool, and to provide you with support. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com. It will be our pleasure to provide support once we have received your correspondence. Thank You
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by HomeDepotCustomer
the convenience of using sds max drill bits on a...
the convenience of using sds max drill bits on a cordless drill is so practical around the job site that most of the time it is the only drill needed at job site.
by Fred
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