When it comes to drilling, we've got your answer! Here at Power Tools .us, we have every type that you might need from heavy duty, compact to fit in tight spaces to angled. At Power Tools .us we've got the brands, the quality and reliability you're looking for!
Drills come in many varieties for the type of job you need and material you need to drill a hole through. Our selection includes many power drills and cordless drill models that have various features for a sturdier grip, changing drill bits, and having more control in a smaller space. Some of the types of drills we carry include right angle drills, keyed and keyless drills, driver drill combinations, reversible drills, and hammer drills to cut clearly through bricks, rock, or masonry. Our drills are high-quality models by Makita, Hitachi, and Campbell Hausfeld, some of which are corded drills and others are cordless drill models operating off lithium ion batteries.
Drills are specialized tools and each drill has a different purpose. Our selection includes various electric drills in various sizes with interchangeable drill bits. Cordless drills generally come in keyed and keyless chuck designs. For the latter, both Makita and Hitachi drills have tool-free convenience by allowing quick installation of drill bits. Drills, corded and cordless drills, labeled as keyless chuck models come in a case with various drill bits included inside. The drilling aspect can also be changed with reversible drills. A reversible drill has the ability to change the direction of the drill’s motion and many models come with variable speed control and double gear reduction to enhance this reversible aspect.
Many of the drills we carry are specialized models for working in certain conditions. For example, an angle drill – also referred to as a right angle drill – allows workers needing to drill a hole do so tight and narrow spaces. These are lightweight and compact drills that are easy to maneuver without moving your entire body. For tougher jobs, driver drills are a better drill, as they combine the basic aspects of a drill with the force of a driver. But, when you need to drill specifically through a hard material like rock or concrete, a hammer drill allows you to make a clear hole through masonry by adding a hammer aspect to break up the harder surface. For a drill that gives you a stronger grip, we carry spade handle drills, which have a D-handle that moves in a 360-degree angle for full control while drilling.