Drills and drivers use interchangeable bits to make holes and turn fasteners. They have a chuck or collet that accepts the bits and a switch that activates the tool motor to drive the bits. These tools are mainly used for hole making and fastening but are sometimes used with attachments for cutting, mixing, or grinding. Pistol-grip drills place the user's hand behind the chuck to steady the tool and control pressure on the bit. Right-angle and inline drills have a straight body for a balanced grip. Joist and stud right-angle drills are larger and more powerful than general-purpose right-angle drills. Spade-grip drills have multiple handles for two-handed use. Power screwdrivers drive screws with speed and precision. Screw guns drive screws to a set depth. Impact drivers rotate and thrust bits for high-torque driving. Coring rigs remove cylinders of material from workpieces. Hammer drills break up and drill into masonry, concrete, and stone.
Coring rigs are heavy-duty core drills that can drill through metal, concrete, block, and stone. Handheld core drills can drill holes for running electrical conduits and plumbing pipes through walls and floors. Larger-capacity diamond coring rigs with bases can help drill holes up to 14” dia. Help cut through tough materials like concrete, brick, and more with a durable and reliable cordless hammer drill from Industries Safety Nigeria. Help get the same functionality as a drill with a hammering function that increases the power of your tool. A cordless hammer drill helps you get your work done onsite with maximum maneuverability and comfort.
Find durable, reliable hammer drills from Safety Nigeria when you need more power and capabilities than a standard drill can provide power. These rotary-type drills with hammering action can help you drill holes faster and pulverize brick and concrete with less effort when used with the proper bits. Choose from a wide range of features, power levels, and blows-per-minute (BPM). Shop at Safety Nigeria today for rugged hammer drills that can help you get the job done right!
Screw guns have an adjustable nose for setting the drive to fasten screws to a consistent depth. Their clutch automatically disengages the drive at the set depth to prevent overdriving. They have a pistol grip for holding the tool above the handle and using the ring and pinky fingers on the trigger, which keeps the user's forearm in line with the chuck to reduce fatigue. These guns can be used with an auto-feed collation attachment (also called a clip) that holds multiple screws and repeatedly feeds the screws to the nose of the gun so they can be driven in one after the other without setting up a new screw each time. The auto-feed attachment speeds installation when driving multiple screws of the same size. Corded screw guns plug into an outlet to allow longer run times than cordless screw guns for applications where portability isn't a concern. Cordless screw guns run on batteries, so they are more portable than corded screw guns and allow use where a wired power source is unavailable.
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