- Model: LID13RE
- Weight: 2200g
- BOX/CTN: 1/10
- Order no: 6009100001959
- 650W powerful motor for good performance
- Dial Type Variable speed with reverse (VSR)
- Soft grip handle – more comfortable and easy to control
- Lock-on button
- Impact/drill mode selection
- 600W Angle Grinder
- Slim design and lightweight for increased comfort and control
- Toggle switch
- Slim girth size for easy and comfortable handling
- Heavy duty motor
- Essential for driving screws
- Helical bearing for better
- Secondary handle to provide additional control
- High-quality ball bearing
- 6 Months Local Manufacturer Warranty
A drill is a tool fitted with a cutting tool attachment or driving tool attachment, usually a drill bit or driver bit, used for boring holes in various materials or fastening various materials together with the use of fasteners. Drills are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, construction and do-it-yourself projects.
Powerful motor for good performance. Dial type variable speed offers more control and essential for driving screws Helical bearing for the better Secondary handle to provide an additional control High-quality ball bearing.
Impact drills do all kinds of things besides simply drilling holes. Discovering how impact drills work includes learning how they also perform on sanding and polishing jobs, driving screws into any number of materials and how they are utilized to act as brushes and to mix substances.
What Puts the Impact in an Impact Drill?
Supplemental pressure, operated by a manual feed, describes how impact drills work to aid in boring faster into concrete, rock, or other challenging materials. A mechanism located in the drill gearing system makes it possible, at the flip of a switch or lever, to pulsate the drill chuck and bit forward at speeds of up to 48,000 times every 60 seconds. This special mechanism defines in a nutshell how impact drills work. The impact function of an impact drill can only be used when working with masonry, however. To avoid damage to it, the impact mechanism should always be turned to the off position when the drill is used to drill into wood, plastic, metal, or any material other than masonry.