MRO Magazine

Cordless drill packs more power than previous model

Metabo offers a 15.6-V cordless drill/driver that provides up to 20% more power as well as 8% higher torque than the previous model. The BSP15.6 Plus is well suited for drilling, tapping and driving screws in a wide variety of applications, includ...


June 1, 2004
By MRO Magazine

Metabo offers a 15.6-V cordless drill/driver that provides up to 20% more power as well as 8% higher torque than the previous model. The BSP15.6 Plus is well suited for drilling, tapping and driving screws in a wide variety of applications, including industrial, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, automotive and others. A new, oversized motor provides increased power that enables users to drive up to 45% more screws and drill up to 56% more holes on a single charge. Weighing only 6 lb, the tool has a 2.4-Ah/hr battery capacity and 20 adjustable torque settings. No-load speed is 0 rpm to 400 rpm/0 rpm to 1,400 rpm and chuck capacity is 1/2 in. Drilling depths include 1/2 in. in steel and 1 3/4 in. in wood. The drill/driver is supplied with a C45 charger and two batteries, as well as a carrying case.

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