TE 30/TE 30-AVR/
TE 30-C-AVR/
TE 30-M-AVR
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Operating instructions
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Manual de instrucciones
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Manual de instruções
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ETL LISTED
CONFORMS TO
UL STD 60745-1
UL STD 60745-2-6
CERTIFIED TO
CAN/CSA STD 22.2 no. 60745-1
CAN/CSA STD 22.2 no. 60745-2-6
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ORIGINAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TE 30 rotary hammer
It is essential that the operating instructions
are read before the power tool is operated for
the first time.
Always keep these operating instructions together with the power tool.
Ensure that the operating instructions are
with the power tool when it is given to other
persons.
Contents
1 General information
2 Description
3 Insert tools, accessories
4 Technical data
5 Safety instructions
6 Before use
7 Operation
8 Care and maintenance
9 Troubleshooting
10 Disposal
11 Manufacturer’s warranty - tools
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1 These numbers refer to the corresponding illustrations. The illustrations can be found on the fold-out cover
pages. Keep these pages open while studying the operating instructions.
In these operating instructions, the designation “the
power tool” always refers to the TE 30, TE 30‑AVR,
TE 30‑C‑AVR or TE 30‑M‑AVR rotary hammer.
Components, operating controls and indicators 1
@ Chuck
; Function selector switch
= Control switch
% Forward / reverse switch
& Side handle with depth gauge
( TPS indicator (TE 30‑M‑AVR)
) Signal receiving area for the TPS key
+ AVR Active Vibration Reduction (optional)
1 General information
1.1 Safety notices and their meaning
DANGER
Draws attention to imminent danger that will lead to
serious bodily injury or fatality.
WARNING
Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that
could lead to serious personal injury or fatality.
CAUTION
Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that
could lead to slight personal injury or damage to the
equipment or other property.
1.2 Explanation of the pictograms and other
information
Warning signs
General
warning
Warning:
electricity
NOTE
Draws attention to an instruction or other useful information.
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Obligation signs
Wear eye
protection
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Wear a hard
hat
Wear ear
protection
Wear
protective
gloves
Chiseling
Chisel
position
adjustment
Revolutions
per minute
Revolutions
per minute
Wear
breathing
protection
Location of identification data on the power tool
The type designation can be found on the type identification plate and the serial number on the side of the motor
housing. Make a note of this data in your operating instructions and always refer to it when making an enquiry
to your Hilti representative or service department.
Symbols
Read the
operating
instructions
before use
Hammer
drilling
Equipped
with theft
protection
system
Lock symbol
Return waste
material for
recycling.
Type:
Generation: 01
Serial no.:
Double
insulated
Drilling
without
hammering
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2
Drilling
without
hammering,
1st gear
Drilling
without
hammering,
2nd gear
2 Description
2.1 Use of the product as directed
The power tool is an electrically-powered rotary hammer with pneumatic hammering mechanism.
The power tools are designed for drilling in concrete and masonry. The power tool can also be used for light chiseling
work on masonry and surface finishing on concrete.
Working on materials hazardous to the health (e.g. asbestos) is not permissible.
Nationally applicable industrial safety regulations must be observed.
The working environment may be as follows: construction site, workshop, renovation, conversion or new construction.
The power tool may be operated only when connected to a power supply providing a voltage and frequency in
compliance with the information given on its type identification plate.
The power tool is designed for professional use and may be operated, serviced and maintained only by trained,
authorized personnel. This personnel must be informed of any special hazards that may be encountered. The power
tool and its ancillary equipment may present hazards when used incorrectly by untrained personnel or when used not
as directed.
To avoid the risk of injury, use only genuine Hilti accessories and insert tools.
Observe the information printed in the operating instructions concerning operation, care and maintenance.
Modification of the power tool or tampering with its parts is not permissible.
2.2 Chuck
TE‑C (SDS plus) chuck
TE‑T (SDS top) chuck
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2.3 TPS TE 30‑M‑AVR theft protection system (optional)
The power tool may be equipped with the optional theft protection system. If the power tool is equipped with this
feature, it can be unlocked and made ready for operation only through use of the corresponding TPS key.
2.4 TE 30 / TE 30‑AVR switch
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Speed control switch for smooth starting.
Forward / reverse switch
Function selector switch:
Drilling without hammering
Hammer drilling
2.5 TE 30‑C‑AVR switch
Speed control switch for smooth starting.
Forward / reverse switch
Function selector switch:
Drilling without hammering
Hammer drilling
Chisel adjustment (12 positions)
Chiseling
2.6 TE 30‑M‑AVR switch
Speed control switch for smooth starting.
Forward / reverse switch
Function selector switch:
Drilling without hammering 2
Drilling without hammering 1
Hammer drilling
Chisel adjustment (12 positions)
Chiseling
2.7 Grips
Pivotable side handle with depth gauge
Vibration-absorbing grip
2.8 Protective feature
Mechanical slip clutch
2.9 Lubrication
Oil lubrication
2.10 Active vibration reduction (TE 30‑AVR, TE 30‑C‑AVR, TE 30‑M‑AVR)
The power tool is equipped with an AVR active vibration reduction system which reduces vibration significantly
compared to power tools without AVR.
2.11 Items supplied as standard
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Power tool
1
Side handle with depth gauge
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1
1
1
1
TE‑C or TE‑T chuck
Operating instructions
Hilti toolbox
Cleaning cloth
Grease
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2.12 Using extension cords
Use only extension cords of a type approved for the application and with conductors of adequate cross section. The
power tool may otherwise loose performance and the extension cord may overheat. Check the extension cord for
damage at regular intervals. Replace damaged extension cords.
Recommended minimum conductor cross section and max. cable lengths
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Conductor cross section
14 AWG
12 AWG
Mains voltage 110-120 V
75 ft
125 ft
Do not use extension cords with 16 AWG conductor cross section.
2.13 Using extension cords outdoors
When working outdoors, use only extension cords that are approved and correspondingly marked for this application.
2.14 Using a generator or transformer
This tool may be powered by a generator or transformer when the following conditions are fulfilled: AC voltage and
power output of at least 2,600 W, operating voltage must be within +5% and -15% of the rated voltage at all times,
frequency must be in the 50 – 60 Hz range and never above 65 Hz, and the unit must be equipped with automatic
voltage regulation and starting boost.
Never operate other power tools or appliances from the generator or transformer at the same time. Switching other
power tools or appliances on and off may cause undervoltage and / or overvoltage peaks, resulting in damage to the
power tool.
3 Insert tools, accessories
Insert tools and accessories for the TE 30, TE 30‑AVR, TE 30‑C and TE 30‑M
Designation
Description
Chuck
TE‑C (SDS Plus)
Chuck
TE‑T (SDS Top)
Hammer drill bits
∅ 5…25 mm (¼ - 1")
TE‑C percussion core bits
∅ 66…90 mm (2¾ - 3½")
TE‑T percussion core bits
∅ 50…90 mm (2 - 3½")
TE‑C forming and installation drill bits
∅ 10…35 mm (³/₈ - 1³/₈")
Anchor-setting tools
TE‑C or TE‑T connection end
Quick-release chuck for wood and metal drill bits
For smooth or hex. shank
Wood drill bits
∅ 5…25 mm (¼ - 1")
Metal drill bits
∅ Max. 13 mm (up to ½")
Insert tools for the TE 30‑C‑AVR and TE 30‑M‑AVR
Designation
Description
Pointed chisels
TE‑C or TE‑T connection end
Flat chisel
TE‑C or TE‑T connection end
Shaped chisels
TE‑C or TE‑T connection end
Insert tools and accessories for the TE 30‑M‑AVR
Designation
Description
TE‑C lightweight percussion core bits
∅ 25…68 mm (1 - 2½")
Multipurpose hole saws
∅ 35…105 mm (2½ - 4¹/₈"), Hex. connection end
Metal drill bits / stepped drill bits
∅ 3…8 mm (¹/₈ - ³/₈"), (2nd gear) hex. connection end
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Designation
Description
Metal drill bits / stepped drill bits
∅ 8…13 mm (³/₈ - ½"), (1st gear) hex. connection end
Mixing paddles with smooth shank
∅ 80…150 mm (3¹/₈ - 6"), (for mixing non-flammable materials)
Designation
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Item number, description
Short designation
TPS Theft Protection System with
Company Card, Company Remote
and TPS‑K key
Dust removal system
206999, optional
TE DRS‑S
4 Technical data
Right of technical changes reserved.
NOTE
The power tool is available in various voltage ratings. Please refer to the power tool’s type identification plate for
details of its rated voltage and rated input power.
Power tool
TE 30 / TE 30‑AVR / TE 30‑C‑AVR
TE 30‑M‑AVR
Rated power input
850 W
900 W
Rated current input
Rated voltage 120 V: 7.5 A
Rated voltage 120 V: 9.3 A
Mains frequency
60 Hz
60 Hz
Power tool
TE 30
TE 30‑AVR
TE 30‑C‑AVR
TE 30‑M‑AVR
Weight of power
tool
Dimensions (L x W x
H)
4.0 kg (8.82 lb)
4.2 kg (9.26 lb)
4.2 kg (9.26 lb)
4.4 kg (9.7 lb)
359 mm (14.13") x
93 mm (3.66") x
213 mm (8.39")
379 mm (14.92") x
93 mm (3.66") x
213 mm (8.39")
379 mm (14.92") x
93 mm (3.66") x
213 mm (8.39")
379 mm (14.92") x
93 mm (3.66") x
213 mm (8.39")
1,100/min
750/min
750/min
750/min
750/min
750/min
750/min
750/min
750/min
3.3 J
3.3 J
3.3 J
3.3 J
Drilling speed without hammering 2
Drilling speed without hammering 1
Hammer drilling
speed
Single impact energy
Other information about the power tool
Chuck
TE‑C (SDS‑plus) / TE‑T (SDS Top)
Drilling dia. range in concrete/masonry
(hammer drilling)
Percussion core bits
5…28 mm (¼ - ¹/₈")
66…90 mm (2¾ - 3½")
Drilling dia. range in wood: solid bits
5…20 mm (¼ - ¾")
Drilling dia. range in metal
Max. 13 mm (up to ½)
Protection class
Protection class I (grounded) or
Protection class II (double insulated), see rating plate
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5 Safety instructions
5.1 General Power Tool Safety Warnings
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WARNING
Read all safety warnings and instructions. Failure
to follow the warnings and instructions may result
in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. Save all
warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to
your mains-operated (corded) power tool or batteryoperated (cordless) power tool.
5.1.1 Work area safety
Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark
areas invite accidents.
b) Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks
which may ignite the dust or fumes.
c) Keep children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose
control.
a)
5.1.2 Electrical safety
Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter
plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk
of electric shock.
b) Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded
surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric
shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
c) Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase the
risk of electric shock.
d) Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for
carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool.
Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase
the risk of electric shock.
e) When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of
a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of
electric shock.
f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is
unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD)
protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk
of electric shock.
a)
5.1.3 Personal safety
Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a power tool. Do
not use a power tool while you are tired or under
the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A
moment of inattention while operating power tools
may result in serious personal injury.
b) Use personal protective equipment. Always wear
eye protection. Protective equipment such as dust
mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing
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protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce
personal injuries.
c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch
is in the off‐position before connecting to power
source and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying
the tool. Carrying power tools with your finger on the
switch or energising power tools that have the switch
on invites accidents.
d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result
in personal injury.
e) Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. This enables better control of the
power tool in unexpected situations.
f) Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves
away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery
or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
g) If devices are provided for the connection of dust
extraction and collection facilities, ensure these
are connected and properly used. Use of dust
collection can reduce dust-related hazards.
5.1.4 Power tool use and care
Do not force the power tool. Use the correct
power tool for your application. The correct power
tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for
which it was designed.
b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not
turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be
controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be
repaired.
c) Disconnect the plug from the power source
and/or the battery pack from the power tool
before making any adjustments, changing
accessories, or storing power tools. Such
preventive safety measures reduce the risk of
starting the power tool accidentally.
d) Store idle power tools out of the reach of children and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the
power tool or these instructions to operate the
power tool. Power tools are dangerous in the hands
of untrained users.
e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and
any other condition that may affect the power
tool’s operation. If damaged, have the power tool
repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by
poorly maintained power tools.
f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less
likely to bind and are easier to control.
g) Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc.
in accordance with these instructions taking into
account the working conditions and the work to
be performed. Use of the power tool for operations different from those intended could result in a
hazardous situation.
a)
tive clothing and wash exposed areas with soap
and water. Allowing dust to get into your mouth,
eyes, or to remain on your skin may promote absorption of harmful chemicals.
5.1.5 Service
a)
Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair
person using only identical replacement parts.
This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is
maintained.
5.2 Hammer safety warnings
Wear ear protectors. Exposure to noise can cause
hearing loss.
b) Use auxiliary handles, if supplied with the tool.
Loss of control can cause personal injury.
c) Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces,
when performing an operation where the cutting
accessory may contact hidden wiring or its own
cord. Cutting accessory contacting a "live" wire may
make exposed metal parts of the power tool "live"
and could give the operator an electric shock.
a)
5.3 Additional safety precautions
5.3.2 Power tool use and care
Secure the workpiece. Use clamps or a vice to
secure the workpiece. The workpiece is thus held
more securely than by hand and both hands remain
free to operate the power tool.
b) Check that the insert tools used are compatible
with the chuck system and that they are secured
in the chuck correctly.
c) Switch the power tool off and unplug the supply
cord in the event of a power failure or interruption
in the electric supply. This will prevent accidental
restarting when the electric power returns.
a)
5.3.3 Electrical safety
5.3.1 Personal safety
Always hold the power tool securely with both
hands on the grips provided. Keep the grips dry,
clean and free from oil and grease.
b) Breathing protection must be worn if the power
tool is used without a dust removal system for
work that creates dust.
c) Improve the blood circulation in your fingers by
relaxing your hands and exercising your fingers
during breaks between working.
d) Avoid touching rotating parts. Switch the power
tool on only after bringing it into position at the
workpiece. Touching rotating parts, especially rotating insert tools, may lead to injury.
e) Always lead the supply cord and extension cord
away from the power tool to the rear while working. This helps to avoid tripping over the cord while
working.
f) Children must be instructed not to play with the
power tool.
g) The power tool is not intended for use by children,
by debilitated persons or those who have received
no instruction or training.
h) WARNING: Some dust created by grinding, sanding, cutting and drilling contains chemicals known
to cause cancer, birth defects, infertility or other
reproductive harm; or serious and permanent respiratory or other injury. Some examples of these
chemicals are: lead from lead-based paints, crystalline silica from bricks, concrete and other masonry
products and natural stone, arsenic and chromium
from chemically-treated lumber. Your risk from these
exposures varies, depending on how often you do
this type of work. To reduce exposure to these
chemicals, the operator and bystanders should
work in a well-ventilated area, work with approved safety equipment, such as respiratory protection appropriate for the type of dust generated,
and designed to filter out microscopic particles
and direct dust away from the face and body.
Avoid prolonged contact with dust. Wear proteca)
Before beginning work, check the working area
(e.g. using a metal detector) to ensure that no
concealed electric cables or gas and water pipes
are present. External metal parts of the power tool
may become live, for example, when an electric cable
is damaged accidentally. This presents a serious risk
of electric shock.
b) Check the power tool’s supply cord at regular
intervals and have it replaced by a qualified specialist if found to be damaged. If the power tool’s
supply cord is damaged it must be replaced with
a specially-prepared supply cord available from
Hilti Customer Service. Check extension cords
at regular intervals and replace them if found to
be damaged. Do not touch the supply cord or
extension cord if it is damaged while working.
Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power
outlet. Damaged supply cords or extension cords
present a risk of electric shock.
c) Dirty or dusty power tools which have been used
frequently for work on conductive materials
should be checked at regular intervals at a Hilti
Service Center. Under unfavorable circumstances,
dampness or dust adhering to the surface of
the power tool, especially dust from conductive
materials, may present a risk of electric shock.
d) When working outdoors with an electric tool
check to ensure that the tool is connected to the
electric supply by way of a ground fault circuit
interrupter (RCD) with a rating of max. 30 mA
(tripping current). Use of a ground fault circuit
interrupter reduces the risk of electric shock.
e) Use of a ground fault circuit interrupter (RCD
residual current device) with a maximum tripping
current of 30 mA is recommended.
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5.3.4 Work area safety
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a) Ensure that the workplace is well lit.
b) Ensure that the workplace is well ventilated. Exposure to dust at a poorly ventilated workplace may
result in damage to the health.
c) If the work involves breaking right through, take
the appropriate safety measures at the opposite
side. Parts breaking away could fall out and / or fall
down and injure other persons.
5.3.5 Personal protective equipment
The user and any other persons in the vicinity must
wear suitable eye protection, a hard hat, ear protection, protective gloves and breathing protection while
the tool is in use.
6 Before use
3.
6.1 Fitting the side handle 2
CAUTION
Remove the depth gauge from the side handle in order
to avoid injury.
1.
2.
Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power
outlet.
Release the side handle clamping band by turning
the handle counterclockwise.
4.
5.
6.
Slide the side handle clamping band over the chuck
and onto the cylindrical section at the front end of
the power tool.
Pivot the side handle into the desired position.
Secure the side handle by turning the grip clockwise.
Check that the clamping band is correctly located
in the groove provided.
6.2 Use of extension cords and generators or
transformers
Please refer to section 2 “Description”.
6.3 Dust removal (TE DRS‑S)
A DRS dust removal head can be fitted to the depth
gauge of the side handle. Drilling dust and fragments can
then be removed by a vacuum cleaner. For further information on operation and use of the dust removal system,
please refer to the separate operating instructions for the
TE DRS‑S.
7 Operation
7.1 Preparing for use
7.1.1 Adjusting the depth gauge 3
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CAUTION
In the event of the drill bit sticking, the power tool will
pivot about its own axis. Always use the power tool with
the side handle fitted and hold it securely with both
hands so that the resulting opposing force causes
the slip clutch to release in the event of the drill bit
sticking. Use clamps or a vice to hold the workpiece
securely.
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2.
3.
4.
Release the side handle clamping band by turning
the handle counterclockwise.
Pivot the side handle into the desired position.
Adjust the depth gauge to the desired drilling depth
“X”.
Tighten the side handle securely by turning it clockwise.
7.1.2 Fitting the insert tool 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power
outlet.
Check that the connection end of the insert tool is
clean and lightly greased. Clean it and grease it if
necessary.
Check that the sealing lip of the dust shield is
clean and in good condition. Clean the dust shield if
necessary or replace it if the sealing lip is damaged.
Push the insert tool into the chuck and rotate it while
applying slight pressure until it engages in the guide
grooves.
Push the insert tool further into the chuck until it is
heard to engage.
Check that the insert tool has engaged correctly by
pulling it.
7.1.3 Removing the insert tool 5
CAUTION
Wear protective gloves when changing insert tools as
the insert tools get hot during use.
1.
2.
3.
Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power
outlet.
Open the chuck by pulling back the chuck release
sleeve.
Pull the insert tool out of the chuck.
7.1.4 Removing the chuck 6
CAUTION
Remove the depth gauge from the side handle in order
to avoid injury.
1.
2.
3.
Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power
outlet.
Pull the chuck sleeve forward and hold it securely.
Remove the chuck by pulling it away from the power
tool.
7.1.5 Fitting the chuck 7
CAUTION
Remove the depth gauge from the side handle in order
to avoid injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power
outlet.
Grip the chuck sleeve, pull it forward and hold it
securely in this position.
Slide the chuck onto the guide tube from the front
and then release the sleeve.
Rotate the chuck until it is heard to engage.
7.2 Operation
CAUTION
Working on the material may cause it to splinter. Wear
eye protection and protective gloves. Wear breathing
protection if no dust removal system is used. Splintering material presents a risk of injury to the eyes and
body.
CAUTION
The work generates noise. Wear ear protectors. Exposure to noise can cause hearing loss.
NOTE
The TE 30‑M is equipped with a protective electronic
motor cut-out that is active in 1st gear (rotary-only drilling
and hammer drilling). This cut-out switches the tool off
automatically when motor speed drops below a specified
speed for a long time. After the tool has switched itself
off it can be restarted by briefly releasing the switch and
then pressing it again.
7.2.1 Unlocking the tool (theft protection system –
not available for all versions) 8
NOTE
Further detailed information on activation and use of the
theft protection system can be found in the operating
instructions for the theft protection system.
NOTE
If, for example, the electric supply is briefly interrupted
due to a power failure or disconnected when moving to
a different workplace, the power tool remains ready for
operation for approx. 20 minutes. In the event of a longer
interruption, the TPS key must be used to unlock the
power tool.
1.
Plug the supply cord into the power outlet. The
yellow theft protection indicator LED blinks. The
power tool is now ready to receive the signal from
the TPS key.
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2.
Hold the TPS key against the lock symbol. The
power tool is unlocked as soon as the yellow theft
protection indicator LED no longer lights.
7.2.2 Drilling without hammering 9
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CAUTION
Do not operate the function selector switch while the
motor is running.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn the function selector switch until it engages
in the “Drilling without hammering” position
(TE 30‑M‑AVR 1st and 2nd gear) .
Bring the side handle into the desired position and
check that it is fitted correctly and secured.
Plug the supply cord into the power outlet.
Position the power tool and drill bit at the point
where the hole is to be drilled.
Press the control switch slowly (drill at a low speed
until the drill bit centers itself in the hole).
Press the control switch fully to continue drilling with
full power.
Do not apply excessive pressure. This will not increase the power tool’s drilling performance. Lower
pressure extends the life of the insert tool.
7.2.3 Hammer drilling 9
NOTE
Working at low temperatures: The hammering mechanism works only when the power tool has reached a
minimum operating temperature. Bring the tip of the drill
bit or chisel into contact with the workpiece and allow
the power tool to run under no load until it reaches
the minimum operating temperature. If necessary, repeat
this procedure until the hammering mechanism begins to
operate.
CAUTION
Do not operate the function selector switch while the
motor is running.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the function selector switch until it engages in
the “Hammer drilling” position.
Bring the side handle into the desired position and
check that it is fitted correctly and secured.
Plug the supply cord into the power outlet.
Position the power tool and drill bit at the point
where the hole is to be drilled.
Press the control switch slowly (drill at a low speed
until the drill bit centers itself in the hole).
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6.
7.
8.
Press the control switch fully to continue drilling with
full power.
Do not apply excessive pressure. This will not increase the power tool’s hammering performance.
Lower pressure extends the life of the insert tool.
Reduce drilling speed shortly before breaking
through in order to avoid damage to the surface at
the rear side.
7.2.4 Chiseling (TE 30‑C‑AVR, TE 30‑M‑AVR)
NOTE
The chisel can be adjusted to 12 different positions
(in 30° increments). This ensures that flat chisels and
shaped chisels can always be set to the optimum working
position.
7.2.4.1 Positioning the chisel (TE 30‑C‑AVR,
TE 30‑M‑AVR)
CAUTION
Do not operate the power tool with the switch set to
this position.
1.
2.
3.
Turn the function selector switch until it engages in
the “Chisel adjustment” position. Do not operate the
function selector switch while the motor is running.
Bring the side handle into the desired position and
check that it is fitted correctly and secured. (The
power tool can also be held securely at the grip
section of the chuck.)
Rotate the chisel to the desired position.
7.2.4.2 Locking the chisel (TE 30‑C‑AVR,
TE 30‑M‑AVR)
1.
Turn the function selector switch until it engages in
the “Chiseling” position. Do not operate the function
selector switch while the motor is running.
7.2.4.3 Chiseling 9
1.
2.
3.
Plug the supply cord into the power outlet.
Position the tip of the chisel at the point where
chiseling is to begin.
Press the control switch fully.
7.2.5 Forward / reverse 10
CAUTION
Do not operate the forward / reverse switch while the
motor is running.
1.
Turn the forward / reverse switch to the forwards (R)
or reverse (L) position.
8 Care and maintenance
CAUTION
Disconnect the mains plug from the power outlet.
8.1 Care of insert tools
Clean off dirt and dust deposits adhering to the insert
tools and protect them from corrosion by wiping the
insert tools from time to time with an oil-soaked rag.
8.2 Care of the power tool
CAUTION
Keep the power tool, especially its grip surfaces,
clean and free from oil and grease. Do not use cleaning agents which contain silicone.
The outer casing of the power tool is made from impactresistant plastic. Sections of the grip are made from a
synthetic rubber material.
Never operate the power tool when the ventilation slots
are blocked. Clean the ventilation slots carefully using
a dry brush. Do not permit foreign objects to enter the
interior of the power tool. Clean the outside of the power
tool at regular intervals with a slightly damp cloth. Do
not use a spray, steam pressure cleaning equipment or
running water for cleaning. This may negatively affect the
electrical safety of the power tool.
8.3 Maintenance
WARNING
Repairs to the electrical section of the power tool may
be carried out only by trained electrical specialists.
Check all external parts of the power tool for damage
at regular intervals and check that all controls operate
faultlessly. Do not operate the power tool if parts are
damaged or when the controls do not function faultlessly.
If necessary, the power tool should be repaired by Hilti
Service.
8.4 Checking the power tool after care and
maintenance
After carrying out care and maintenance work on the
power tool, check that all protective and safety devices
are fitted and that they function faultlessly.
9 Troubleshooting
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
The power tool doesn’t start.
Interruption in the electric supply.
Plug in another electric appliance and
check whether it works.
Have it checked by a trained electrical
specialist and replaced if necessary.
Have it checked by a trained electrical
specialist and replaced if necessary.
Have it checked by a trained electrical
specialist and replaced if necessary.
Release the switch and then press it
again.
Use the TPS key to unlock the power
tool.
The supply cord or plug is defective.
The carbon brushes are worn.
The control switch is defective.
The tool cuts out while running.
Drilling for too long at low speed.
The power tool doesn’t start
and the indicator lamp blinks
yellow.
No hammering action.
The power tool has not been unlocked (power tools with optional theft
protection system).
The power tool is too cold.
The power tool doesn’t achieve
full power.
The function selector switch is set to
“Drilling without hammering”.
The extension cord’s conductor cross
section is inadequate.
The drill bit doesn’t rotate.
The drill bit can’t be released.
The control switch is not pressed
fully.
The function selector switch is not
engaged or is in the “Chiseling” or
“Chisel adjustment” position.
The chuck is not pulled back fully.
Allow the power tool to warm up to
the minimum operating temperature.
See section: 7.2.3 Hammer drilling 9
Set the function selector switch to
“Hammer drilling”.
Use an extension cord with an adequate conductor cross section.
See section: 6.2 Use of extension
cords and generators or transformers
Press the control switch as far as it
will go.
Move the function selector switch to
the “Hammer drilling” position when
the motor has stopped.
Pull the chuck back as far as it will go
and remove the insert tool.
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Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
The drill bit makes no progress.
The forward/reverse switch is set to
reverse rotation.
Set the forward/reverse switch to forward rotation.
10 Disposal
Most of the materials from which Hilti power tools or appliances are manufactured can be recycled. The materials
must be correctly separated before they can be recycled. In many countries, Hilti has already made arrangements for
taking back your old power tools or appliances for recycling. Please ask your Hilti customer service department or
Hilti representative for further information.
11 Manufacturer’s warranty - tools
Hilti warrants that the tool supplied is free of defects in
material and workmanship. This warranty is valid so long
as the tool is operated and handled correctly, cleaned
and serviced properly and in accordance with the Hilti
Operating Instructions, and the technical system is maintained. This means that only original Hilti consumables,
components and spare parts may be used in the tool.
This warranty provides the free-of-charge repair or replacement of defective parts only over the entire lifespan
of the tool. Parts requiring repair or replacement as a
result of normal wear and tear are not covered by this
warranty.
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Additional claims are excluded, unless stringent national rules prohibit such exclusion. In particular, Hilti
is not obligated for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses in connection with, or by reason of, the use of, or inability to
use the tool for any purpose. Implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are
specifically excluded.
For repair or replacement, send the tool or related parts
immediately upon discovery of the defect to the address
of the local Hilti marketing organization provided.
This constitutes Hilti’s entire obligation with regard to
warranty and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous
comments and oral or written agreements concerning
warranties.
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