Hammer Drills Buying Guide
Hammer drills are machines used for quick drilling with minimal effort. Hammer drills are suitable for drilling large holes into concrete structures or for attaching items to masonry walls.
Types of Hammer Drills
- Cordless hammer drills: The cordless drill & driver features hammer and reverse actions. These come with a spindle lock and variable speed. Some models have an option of storage compartment for screwdriver.
- Rotary hammer drills: These powerful hammer drills are used for drilling, hammering and chiselling. A range of heavy duty cordless rotary hammers are available in the market for tough, commercial use.
- Percussion hammer drills: These durable drills are designed to reduce friction and improve tool life. They provide fast drilling mechanism and are highly suitable for drilling masonry. Secondary handles and lock on buttons will provide additional comfort for user.
- Pneumatic hammer drills: These high speed drills are ideal for screw driving applications or drilling without percussion in wood or metal. They are highlight-wordsdesigned to maximize drilling efficiency and reduce the operators' fatigue.
- Combination hammer drills: These drills are a solution to everything from drilling to screw driving. Combination drills are ideal for drilling large anchor and fixing holes into concrete and masonry.
- Vibration-absorbing handles with anti slip grip offer a virtually vibration free use.
- Synchronized changeover switch for plugging and chiselling mode with safety clutch to protect operators.
Hitachi 14.4 Volt Cordless Combi Hammer Drill :
This hammer drill is operable with one hand and equipped with a lock mechanism to prevent the driver bit from loosening.
850w Rotary Hammer Drill :
This easy to use powerful rotary hammer, designed to drill, chisel & hammer drill, is ideal for breaking up walls, paths & driveways.
Skil Impact Hammer Drill :
This drill has variable speed selection dial and lock-on switch for fast, effortless masonry drilling.
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