This Rotary Hammer 18v LXT SDS-PLUS is able to drill through steel, wood, and masonry with ease. You can be confident of getting the job done, wherever you are, with the strength of Lithium-Ion!
What does SDS stand for in a rotary hammer?
Full form of SDS Slotted Drive Shaft or Device of Slotted Drive. SDS bits are inserted into the chuck to create a rotational hammer or a hammer drill.
How do the hammer drill and an SDS drill differ from each other?
SDS Rotary Hammers are similar to Hammer Drills in that when it is rotating, they often pound the drill bit in and out. Instead of a special clutch, they use a piston system that helps them to produce a far more efficient hammer blow than conventional hammer drills – they can drill bigger holes much more quickly.
Can a rotary hammer break concrete?
Rotary hammers use an electro-pneumatic hammer piston to generate high-impact energy, which allows them to drill or demolish concrete. … Hammers can crack, slice, and chisel concrete for demolition, but they can’t drill because the bit does not rotate.
Are SDS drills better?
An SDS drill is a drill that is stronger and more capable than a regular rotary drill or standard hammer drill. They combine the rotary motion of a standard drill with a hammering action that is much more efficient and effective than the hammering action of a hammer drill.
Some of the Important Features of this Product:
- Triple mode of operation: only rotary, only hammer, and rotary hammer
- Conveniently located push button for forward and reverse
- High comfort grips
- One-touch sliding chuck for easy bit changes
- Rotation mode: A chisel can rotate to full 360 degrees. As well as with 40 different locking positions
- Soft side handle for comfort and extra grip
- Forward and reverse rotation
- Variable speed trigger
- Electronic brake
- Torque limiter