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SDS drills, also known as chisel or hammer drills, are a strong form of hammer tool used according to high drill tasks. Such as steel, brick, brickwork, and concrete, making them useful tools for a variety of tasks. These tools combine the hammer force of the classic hammer drill with the rotary motion of the usual tools, making them highly useful and reliable power tools.
How Do SDS Drills Work?
SDS hammer drills use a slotted drive system, which means that the drill is designed to fit specific SDS drill bits. They have spaces or indentations at the end of their Franky, create a stable fit into the jack. In addition, When the hammer action is in place, it moves the bit forward. Crucially, the bit spaces also contain a pair of sprung ball bearings. Markings also help to allow back and forth hammer action.
SDS Drill Maintenance Tips
All power tools need semi-regular service to work efficiently and improve their working life. The following tips should help you to keep your tool in good working order: Always follow the instructions for use and service and also sure to introduce yourself with any warnings that the drill may have produced.
Replace any broken drill bits since soon as possible, as they could end up destroying the drill itself. After use, remove any debris from the end of the bit.
Wipe the end of the bit before it is fitted to the bolt to ensure a safe hold and prevent any dirt or dust from causing problems with the mechanism.