Choosing the correct type of drill depends on what type of job you are attempting to do, each different type of drill has different uses. Let us help you find the right product for your needs.
Impact mechanism gives high torque (turning power) and high impact force to ensure optimum performance when driving large screws into metal and wood. The mechanism allows safe working without recoil. View all impact drivers
A Drill Driver is a tool that will perform two applications in one. The ‘drill’ setting will bore holes in materials as you would expect a drill to do. You can also use the drill for ‘driving’ and loosening screws, as the power of the drill can be adjusted so that the screw isn’t plugged too tight and therefore start to affect the material you are drilling in to. The dual modes make the tool much more useful thanjust having a drilling mode. View all Drill drivers
A Combi Drill is also a drill that performs two functions. Hammering and drilling. The drill can be set to act like a hammer drill to drill holes into more solid materials. Also the it can be used as a drill driver, to drill holes and drive screws. View all Combi drills
A Percussion Drill performs hammering and drilling functions. The drill can be set to hammer action to enable the user to drive holes into firmer materials. It can also be used as a regular drill, to drill holes and drive screws. View all Percussion drills
An Rotary Hammer Drill is a drill with an enhanced hammer action that is able to deliver hundreds of times the energy per hammer blow. It also has a different chuck design and special SDS drill bits to eliminate the possibility of bit slip and also to withstand the force of it’s hammer action. Rotary Hammer Drills can also be used in a No Rotation mode where the bit is not rotated at all, which means the drill can be used for chiselling and breaking. View all SDS Rotary Hammer Drills
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