MAKITA DHP484Z 18V LXT CORDLESS BRUSSELS COMBI HAMMER DRILL DRIVER BODY ONLY
Model DHP484z It is a Cordless Hammer Drill powered by an 18V Li-ion battery (sold separately). Makita dhp484z Like Makita Relative to 199 mm, it is even more lightweight than DHP480 at just 182 mm. Without the brushes in order to add friction, the Brushless motor may achieve a higher torque per weight. Makita Brushless motor, precision-engineered to be as effective as a comparable model as 50 percent. The Brushless motor can achieve a higher measure of torque per weight without brushing in place to add friction.
The DHP484 uses all-metal gear construction to provide extra safety for aluminum gear housing. In addition, the improvements incorporate an improvement within the persuasive rate, which allows the DHP484 a little bit of a jump. Highlights the ergonomic thin grip that offers a relaxed hold with reduced weakness. The combination of a screwdriver and a hammer drill lets you accomplish two tasks with only one weapon. With the potential to dig hammer holes, and the cordless combi hammer drill is an expense that you won’t regret.
Makita DHP481Z 18v LXT Brushless Combi Drill Body
The Makita DHP481 LXT combi drill is powered by an 18v lithium-ion battery and the brushless motor gives up to twice the operating time of conventional engines. This two-speed drill could run up to 2,100 rpm in high gear and 550 rpm in low gear. So It will produce 31,500 impacts per minute in high gear and 8,250 impacts per minute in low gear. The 13mm single-sleeve keyless jack allows 16mm masonry capacity, 13mm steel, and 76mm solid wood. The DHP481 produces 60Nm of fastening torque (soft joint) and about 115-125Nm (hard joint),
Brushless BLDC engine specially built to do, above all, further function on a single full battery charge.
The single sleeve keyless jack facilitates quick installation/removal of the bit by one hand.
Twin LED work light with a backlight
Two electric gears
Battery power gage-3 lights on = more than 50 percent battery power, 2 lights on = 20 to 50 percent capacity, 1 light on = less than 20 percent full battery capacity
Variable speed modulation of the trigger
Best possible ergonomic handling for drill-driver applications