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Drill/driver provides cordless power in demanding applications

The Hilti SFH 18-A CPC hammer drill/ driver and SF 18-A CPC drill/driver are built for drilling holes in masonry, stone, wood and metal with a variety of bits, as well as driving screws and lag bolts....


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June 1, 2010
By MRO Magazine

The Hilti SFH 18-A CPC hammer drill/ driver and SF 18-A CPC drill/driver are built for drilling holes in masonry, stone, wood and metal with a variety of bits, as well as driving screws and lag bolts. Powered by the company’s Cordless Power Care lithium-ion technology, the tools are built to withstand the toughest jobsite conditions. The batteries have a fast initial charge to 75%, and stored batteries will not lose their charge. LED lights on the batteries indicate the remaining capacity. These rugged tools feature 750 in./lb of torque, 2,140 rpm and three speeds. An ultramide glass-fibre reinforced tool and battery housing helps protect against drops, and the battery cells are designed with electronic monitoring that protects against overheating, overloading and deep discharge.

Hilti (Canada)

Reader Service Card No. 344

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