If you’re thinking of buying an SDS plus hammer drill, you need to know about 3 modes of it. SDS Plus Hammer Drill. Makita is one of the leading specialist power tool manufacturers on the market. The Makita DHR264ZJ 18v combination cordless hammer powered by a pair of two 18 V lithium-ion batteries. The Makita DHR264ZJ is a 26mm cordless SDS plus rotary hammer drill based on BHR262T models, but powered by 2 x 18V batteries, giving a 36-volt computer the equivalent capacity.
Broadly speaking, a heavy-duty weapon is a rotary hammer that’s more like a jackhammer. A typical power drill is then used, whereas a hammer drill is a less specialized tool that can also be used for wood or metal drilling.
- Battery voltage: 2 x 18V
- Battery capacity: Up to 5.0Ah
- No-load speed: 0-1,200 rpm
- Chuck type: SDS plus (quick change)
How is SDS plus drill functioning?
The ‘Slotted Drive Device’ implies that SDS+ drill bits have slots that fit at the end of the shank into the chuck of an SDS+ drill. These slots or indentations allow the bit to be pushed forward by the hammer action of the drill, while the drill still retains 2 sprung ball bearings in the slots of the drill bit.
3 modes of SDS Plus Hammer
For most drill users, this mode is common, where the chuck rotates the drill bit and the bit bites into the material. You can use standard drill bits with an SDS+ drill chuck adaptor in this mode.
Rotary with Hammer:
The piston within the drill must push forward and, in turn, move the drill bit forward. When using an SDS+ drill, this is the most frequently used mode as it achieves the desired goal.
This is also known as the mode of ‘rotary pause’ or ‘chisel.’ The rotary motion of the drill is switched off, and only the hammer action is applied.
To suit the drill bits, however, they need to use a chuck adapter. Some SDS+ drills now come with interchangeable chucks, so that either regular or SDS+ bits can be used easily.
The 3-mode Makita DHR264ZJ 36V SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill is provided by Toptopdeal. The Makita DHR264ZJ is a 26mm cordless SDS plus rotary hammer drill based on BHR262T models, but powered by 2 x 18V batteries, giving a 36-volt computer the equivalent capacity. It’s similar to a hammer drill because it also pounds the drill bit in and out as it’s spinning.
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