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GBH 2-18 E
GBH 2-18 RE
PROFESSIONAL
Bedienungsanleitung
Operating instructions
Instructions d’utilisation
Instrucciones de servicio
Manual de instrucoes
Istruzioni d'uso
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Betjeningsvejledning
Bruksanvisning
Brukerveiledningen
Käyttôohje
Oänyia xeipiopouù
Kullanim kilavuzu
A % % UV *
2 602 025 102
Controller
1 608 190 006
1 613 001 010
Saugfix-Set
1 607 000 173
2 605 438 524
- 1 B00 132
SDS-plus
1 608 571 062
O 1,5-13 mm
1617 000 133
11 GBH 2-18 RE
PROFESSIONAL
1 SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES
Wear hearing protection. The noise can cause loss
of hearing.
Take protective measures when dust is pro-
duced while working that is detrimental to
health, combustible or explosive. For example:
Some dusts are considered to be carcinogenic. Use
dust/chip extraction and wear a protective mask.
Keep your workplace clean. Material mixtures are
especially dangerous. Light metal dust can burn or ex-
plode.
Do not use the machine with a damaged cable. If
the cable is damaged while working, do not
touch the damaged cable but pull the mains plug.
A damaged cable increases the risk of an electrical
shock.
For machines used outdoors, connect to the
mains using a fault current (Fl) protection switch.
Use suitable detectors to find hidden utility lines
or call the local utility company for assistance.
Contact with electric lines can lead to fire or electrical
shock. Damaging a gas line can result in an explosion.
Penetrating a water pipe will cause property damage
or an electrical shock.
Always use the auxiliary handle provided with the
machine. The loss of control over the machine can re-
sult in injuries.
Secure the work piece. A work piece clamped with
clamping devices or in a vice is held more securely
than by hand.
Do not work with materials containing asbestos.
Asbestos is considered carcinogenic.
Hold the machine firmly with both hands while
working and provide for secure footing. The ma-
chine is more securely guided with both hands.
Wait until the machine has come to a standstill
before placing it down. The insertion tool can be-
come caught and lead to loss of control over the ma-
chine.
Overload Clutch
If the insertion tool becomes caught or jammed, the
drive to the drill spindle is interrupted. As a result of the
forces that occur, always hold the machine firmly
with both hands and provide for secure footing.
2 FUNCTION
Read all instructions. Failure to fol-
e low all instructions listed below may re-
1 sult in electric shock, fire and/or serious
injury.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
In addition, the general safety instructions either en-
closed or included in the middle of these operating in-
structions must be observed.
Intended Use
The machine is intended for hammer drilling in con-
crete, brick and stone. It is also suitable for drilling
without impact in wood, metal, ceramic and plastic.
Machines with electronic regulation and right/left rota-
tion are suitable for screw driving.
Noise/Vibration Information
Measured values determined according to EN 60745.
Typically, the A-weighted noise levels of the tool are:
Sound pressure level: 88 dB(A);
Sound power level: 99 dB(A).
Measuring inaccuracy K = 3 dB.
Wear ear protection!
The typically weighted acceleration is 9 m/s?.
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Product Elements
Please open the foldout page with the illustration of the
tool and leave it open while you read these operating
instructions.
The numbering of the machine elements refers to the
illustration of the machine on the graphic page.
1 Tool holder (SDS-plus)
2 Dust protection cap
3 Locking sleeve
4 | ocking button
5 On/Off switch with speed control function
6 Right/Left rotation switch (GBH 2-18 RE)
7 Operating mode selector switch
8 Button on the auxiliary handle
9 Auxiliary handle wing screw
10 Auxiliary handle
Product Specifications
Rotary Hammer
Article number
Speed control
Right/Left rotation
Rated input power
Impact rate at nominal rotational speed
Impact energy per stroke
Nominal speed
Right rotation
Left rotation
SDS-plus tool holder
Spindle collar diameter
Maximum drill diameter:
Concrete
Wood
Steel
Weight in accordance with EPTA-Procedure 01/2003
Weight without accessories
Protection class
11 Depth stop
12 Screw for drill chuck”
13 Drill chuck*
14 SDS-plus adaptor for drill chuck®
15 Assembled drill chuck”
16 Dust extraction attachment vacuum connection”
17 Clamping screw of the dust extraction
attachment”
18 Depth stop of the dust extraction attachment”
19 Telescope tube of the dust extraction attachment”
20 Winged screw of the dust extraction attachment”
21 Guide tube of the dust extraction attachment*
22 Universal holder for screwdriver bits*
* Not all the accessories illustrated or described are in-
cluded in standard delivery.
GBH 2-18 E GBH 2-18 RE
PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL
3611 B58 2. 3611 B58 3..
* *
- ®
[W] 550 550
[per min] О... 3960 О... 3960
[J] 2 1.7
[RPM] 450 ... 1550 450 ... 1550
[RPM] — 450 ... 930
* *
[mm] | 43 (Euro-Standard) | 43 (Euro-Standard)
[mm] 18 18
[mm] 30 30
[mm] 13 13
[kg] 2.0 2.0
[Kg] 1.9 1.9
/ H / 11
The specifications apply for the rated voltage of [U] 230/240 V. For lower voltages and with models for specific
countries, the specifications can vary.
Please refer to the article number on the nameplate of your machine since the trade designation of individual
machines can vary. :
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C € Declaration of Conformity
We declare under our sole responsibility that this prod-
uct is in conformity with the following standards or
standardization documents:
EN 60745 according to the provisions of the directives
89/336/EEC, 98/37/EC.
Dr. Egbert Schneider
Senior Vice President
Engineering Certification
де. Е eV mr
Robert Bosch GmbH, Gescháftsbereich Elektrowerkzeuge
Dr. Eckerhard Strótgen
Head of Product
3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Auxiliary Handle (see Fig. E)
Always use the auxiliary handle provided with the
machine. The loss of control over the machine can re-
sult in injuries.
By rotating the auxiliary handle 10 to a comfortable po-
sition, a fatigue-free and therefore safe working posi-
tion can be achieved.
Loosen the wing screw 9 on the auxiliary handle 10
and rotate the auxiliary handle to the desired position.
Then retighten the wing screw 9.
Selecting Drill Chucks and Tools
For hammer drilling, SDS-plus tools are required that
are inserted in the SDS drill chuck of the machine (see
SDS-Plus Tools).
For drilling in steel or wood as well as screw driving,
tools without SDS-plus (e.g., drills with cylindrical
shafts) are used. For these tools, a special drill chuck
is required (see Inserting the Drill Chuck for Working
With Tools without SDS-plus).
Do not use tools without SDS-plus for hammer
drilling! Tools without SDS-plus and their drill chuck
are damaged when hammer drilling.
Inserting/Replacing the Drill Chuck
Inserting the Drill Chuck for Working with
Tools without SDS-plus
To work with tools without SDS-plus (e.g., drills with
cylindrical shafts), a suitable drill chuck must be used.
Screw the SDS-plus adaptor 14 (accessory) into the
ring gear drill chuck 13. Secure the drill chuck with the
screw 12 (see Fig. B).
Clean the adapter shaft and lightly grease the insertion
end before inserting.
Insert the shaft of the assembled drill chuck 15 with a
twisting motion into the tool holder 1 until it can be
heard to lock (see Fig. 4).
The adapter shaft locks itself. Check the locking by
pulling on the drill chuck.
Removing the Drill Chuck
To remove the drill chuck 15, pull the locking sleeve 3
to the rear, hold in this position and remove the drill
chuck from the tool holder.
Inserting/Replacing the Tool
Take care when changing tools that the dust pro-
tection cap 2 is not damaged.
SDS-plus Tools
The SDS-plus tool is designed to be freely movable.
This causes eccentricity when the machine is off-load.
However, the drill automatically centres itself during
operation. This does not affect drilling precision.
Inserting a SDS-plus Tool (see Fig. 21)
Clean the tool before inserting and lightly grease the
insertion end.
Insert the tool with a twisting motion into the tool hold-
er 1 until it locks.
The tool locks itself. Check the locking by pulling on
the tool.
Removing SDS-plus Tools (see Fig. A)
Pull the locking sleeve 3 to the rear (a), hold it in this
position and remove the tool from the tool holder (b).
Tools without SDS-plus
Do not use tools without SDS-plus for hammer
drilling! Tools without SDS-plus and their drill chuck
are damaged when hammer drilling.
Inserting the Tool
Place on the key type drill chuck 15 (accessory) (see
Inserting the Drill Chuck for Working with Tools without
SDS-plus).
Turn the sleeve of the key type drill chuck in the coun-
ter clockwise direction until the tool holder is open
wide enough. Insert the tool in the middle of the tool
holder and clamp with the drill chuck key uniformly in
all three holes.
Tool Removal
Turn the sleeve of the key type drill chuck with the aid
of the drill chuck key in the counter clockwise direction
until the tool can be removed.
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Setting the Drilling Depth
(see Fig. IA)
With the depth stop 11, the desired drilling depth t can
be set.
Press the button 8 of the auxiliary handle and insert the
depth stop into the auxiliary handle 10 so that the
grooved side of the depth stop points downward.
Insert the SDS-plus tool to the stop into the tool holder
1. Otherwise, the freedom of motion of the SDS tool
can lead to an incorrect setting of the drilling depth.
Pull out the depth stop so far that the distance be-
tween the drill tip and the tip of the depth stop corre-
sponds to the desired drilling depth t.
Dust Extraction with the Vacuuming
Attachment (Accessory)
Mounting the Dust Extraction Attachment
(see Fig. E)
For vacuuming dust, a dust extraction attachment (ac-
cessory) is required. While drilling, the dust extraction
attachment springs back so that the vacuuming head
is always held against the drilled surface.
Press the button 8 of the auxiliary handle and remove
the depth stop 11. Press the button 8 again and insert
the dust extraction attachment from the front into the
auxiliary handle 10.
Connect a vacuum hose (19 mm dia., accessory) to
the vacuuming opening 16 of the extraction attach-
ment.
The vacuum cleaner (e.g., GAS ...) must be suitable
for the material to be worked.
When vacuuming dry dust that is especially detrimen-
tal to health or carcinogenic, use a special vacuum
cleaner.
Setting the Drilling Depth on the Dust Extrac-
tion Attachment (see Fig. 0)
The desired drilling depth t can also be set with the
dust extraction attachment mounted.
Insert the SDS-plus tool to the stop into the tool holder
1. Otherwise, the freedom of motion of the SDS tool
can lead to an incorrect setting of the drilling depth.
Loosen the winged screw 20 on the dust extraction at-
tachment.
Place the machine (without switching on) firmly on the
surface to be drilled. The SDS-plus tool must rest
against the surface.
Slide the guide tube 21 of the dust extraction attach-
ment in its holder so that the dust extraction attach-
ment head rests against the surface to be drilled. Do
not slide the guide tube 21 any further over the tele-
scope tube 19 than necessary so that as large a part
as possible of the scale on the telescope tube 19 re-
mains visible.
Retighten the winged screw 20. Loosen the clamping
screw 17 on the depth stop of the dust extraction at-
tachment.
Slide the depth stop 18 on the telescope tube 19 such
that the distance t shown in the Figure EN corre-
sponds to the desired drilling depth (distance between
the outer end of the guide tube 21 and the inner side
of the depth stop 18).
Retighten the clamping screw 17 in this position.
Putting into Operation
Ensure that the mains voltage is correct!
The voltage of the power source must agree with the
value given on the nameplate of the machine.
Machines designated for 230 V can also be operated
with 220 V.
Set the Operating Mode
With the operating mode selector switch 7, select the
operating mode of the machine.
Change the operating mode only when the ma-
chine is switched off! Otherwise, the machine can
be damaged.
Turn the mode selector switch 7 to the desired posi-
tion until it can be heard to engage.
Pb For hammer drilling in concrete and stone
Setting the Direction of Rotation (see Fig. KN)
With the right/left rotation switch 6, the rotational di-
rection of the machine can be changed.
Change the direction of rotation only when the
machine is switched off! Otherwise, the machine
can be damaged.
M Right rotation:
Press the right/left switch 6 to the right to the stop.
> Left rotation:
Press the right/left switch 6 to the left to the stop.
Set the direction of rotation for hammer drilling and
drilling always for right rotation.
For drilling in steel or wood as well as
screw driving
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Switching On/Off
To switch on the machine, press the on/off switch 5.
To lock on, press the on/off switch 5 and lock by
pressing the locking button 4.
To switch off, release the on/off switch 5. When
locked, first press the on/off switch 5 and then release.
Speed Regulation
By increasing or decreasing the pressure on the on/off
switch 5, the speed of the switched-on machine can
be continuously regulated.
Reduced speed of the machine facilitates the starting
of holes (e.g., on smooth surfaces such as tiles), pre-
vents the slipping of the drill and the splintering of the
drilled hole.
Recommended Speed Ranges:
— High speed for hammer drilling in concrete and
stone
— Medium speed for drilling in steel and wood
— Low speed for screw driving
Working Instructions
Screw Driving (see Fig. [4)
Place the machine on the nut/screw only when it
is switched off.
To use screwdriver bits, a universal holder with SDS-
plus shaft 22 (accessory) is required.
Clean the adapter shaft and lightly grease the insertion
end before inserting.
Insert the universal holder 22 with a twisting motion
into the tool holder 1 until it locks.
The universal holder locks itself. Check the locking by
pulling on the universal holder.
Insert a screwdriver bit into the universal holder.
To remove the universal holder 22, pull the locking
sleeve 3 to the rear, hold it in this position and remove
the universal holder from the tool holder.
4 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
Maintenance
Before any work on the machine itself, pull the mains
plug.
Always keep the machine and the ventilation slots
clean for proper and safe working.
Clean the tool holder after each use.
Replacing the Dust Protection Cap
Replace the dust protection cap 2 without delay if it is
damaged. A damaged dust protection cap can allow
dust to penetrate into the tool holder and lead to mal-
functions.
Have the replacement of the dust protection cap
performed by a customer service agent.
WARNING
Important instructions for connecting a new 3-
pin plug to the 2-wire cable.
The wires in the cable are coloured according to the
following code:
on
Strain relief
Live = brown
LS To be fitted
by qualified
Neutral = blue £ professionals only
Do not connect the blue or brown wire to the earth ter-
minal of the plug.
Important: If the plug on the cable of this machine
must be replaced, dispose of the old plug to prevent
misuse.
If the machine should fail despite the care taken in
manufacture and testing, repair should be carried out
by an authorised customer services agent for Bosch
power-tools.
For all inquiries and replacement parts ordering, al-
ways include the 10-place article number on the
nameplate of the machine.
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Service
Exploded views and information on spare parts can be
found under: www.bosch-pt.com.
Great Britain
Robert Bosch Ltd. (B.S.C.)
P.O. Box 98
Broadwater Park
North Orbital Road
Denham-Uxbridge
Middlesex UB 9 5HJ
© Sériceinn2. ausnétem . +44 (0) 18 95/83 87 82
O Advice line. ............ +44 (0) 18 95/83 87 91
E a Di cal +44 (0) 18 95/83 87 89
Ireland
Beaver Distribution Ltd.
Greenhills Road
Tallaght-Dublin 24
EEN ua a ds ie + 353 (0)1/414 9400
e AZ E + 353 (0)1/459 8030
Australia and New Zealand
Robert Bosch Australia Pty. Ltd.
RBAU/SBT
1555 Centre Road, P.O. Box 66
3168 Clayton/Victoria
ES nad aio a A +61 (0)1/3 00 30 70 44
ED E eu +61 (0)1/3 00 30 70 45
www .bosch.com.au
Disposal
Power tools, accessories and packaging should be
disposed of for recycling in an environmentally friendly
manner.
Only for EU countries:
Do not dispose of power tools into
household waste!
According to the European Guide Lines
2002/96/EC for waste electric and
electronic equipment and its imple-
mentation into national law, power
tools that are no longer usable must be collected sep-
arately and recycled in an environmentally friendly
manner.
Specifications subject to change without notice
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