- Drill Capacity – 26mm
- Max. Impact Rate – 0 – 4600 BPM
- No Load Speed – 0 – 900 RPM
- Rated Input Power – 710 W
- Net Weight – 3.4 kg.
- M. R. P. – ₹ 10900.00
- Std. Packing – 2
On every workbench that features power tools, you are sure to find a hammer drill. A specialty tool that includes the features of both an electric drill and an impact drill. The wide functionality makes a hammer drill a very important part of your toolkit. JRSDrive has a range of world-class hammer drills, and the EHD-026 is one of the more advanced offerings from the brand.
Of course, the motor of a power tool is the most important element inside of it; it literally makes the tool work. We at JRSDrive pay utmost attention to detail when it comes to the tools, their use cases, and then decide what motor will go in it. Therefore, the EHD-026 features a high-power, heavy-duty 710 Watts motor, capable of working under immense loads.
The motor delivers a relatively slow 900 RPM without load, but it does not have to deliver a higher rotation speed. With a slower motor, you can count on a higher torque applied to the material, and also, since the EHD-026 is designed to work in heavy duty situations, the slower rotations help it stay cool and keep drilling for an extended period of time.
Along with that, the EHD-026 can also deliver impacts up to a frequency of 4600 beats per minute, which means that not only you can drill through the likes of concrete, masonry, and natural stone, but also make it look easy. This hammer drill packs a motor that is powerful and effective.
The salient feature of the EHD-026 is its 26 mm drill capacity. It means that you can tackle a wide variety of tasks with only a single machine, giving you versatility. The large drill capacity allows you to use a large range of drill bits (always buy compatible drill bits from JRSDrive to ensure longer tool life cycle). You can use the EHD-026 on a range of materials going from soft materials such as wood and glass, to moderate materials such as metal and ceramic, to even tough materials, such as brick and stone.
The drill also comes with a lock-on button, which allows you to protect your fingers from fatigue in heavy-duty operations. What’s more, the EHD-026 comes with all the high-class accessories one can ask for, including an auxiliary handle.
Interestingly, this drill does not feature a trigger. Instead, it features a knob, which you can use to turn the drill on and keep it in one speed for an extended duration of time. This further allows for comfort as you don’t have to hold down the trigger forever.
The auxiliary handle allows you to use the EHD-026 in any position you want; you will find the drill to be very easy to handle and operate. Since the hammer drill has to be handled with utmost attention, the auxiliary handle allows the user two points of contact, which helps stabilize the drill better.
In short, a hammer drill is a very versatile and flexible tool. While you might have an electric drill and an impact drill, now, you can save a lot of time and money by going with the EHD-026 from JRSDrive, a drill designed with you in mind.
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