About this item – MAK/DHP481RFJ
- Best class cordless hammer driver drill powered by 18V Li-ion batteries
- Efficient Brushless DC motor provides higher power and productivity.
- Compact tool size with an overall length of 205mm
Item Includes with MAK/DHP481RFJ
- +- Bit, Grip Assembly and Belt Clip.
- 2 Batteries / 1 Charger / MAKPAC CONNECTOR CASE.
Technical Specification of MAK/DHP481RFJ
|Capacity||Steel : 13 mm (1/2″)|
|Wood : 76mm (3″)|
|Masonry : 16mm (5/8″)|
|Impacts per minute||Hi : 0-31,500|
|Lo : 0-8,250|
|No load speed||Hi : 0-2,100|
|Lo : 0-550|
|Max. fastening torque||Hard / Soft : 115 / 60NÂ·m|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||205x79x249mm (8-1/8″x3-1/8″x9-3/4″)|
|Net weight||2.4kg (5.4lbs)|
General Details: A drill or drilling machine is a tool primarily used for making round holes or driving fasteners. It is fitted with a bit, either a drill or driver, depending on application, secured by a chuck. Some powered drills also include a hammer function. Drills vary widely in speed, power, and size. They are characteristically corded electrically driven devices, with hand-operated types dramatically decreasing in popularity and cordless battery-powered ones proliferating, drills are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, construction, machine tool fabrication, construction and utility projects.
Specially designed versions are made for medicine, space, and miniature applications, there are many types of drills: some are powered manually, others use electricity (electric drill) or compressed air (pneumatic drill) as the motive power and a minority are driven by an internal combustion engine (for example, earth drilling augers). Drills with a percussive action (hammer drills) are mostly used in hard materials such as masonry (brick, concrete and stone) or rock.
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