When a rotary hammer drill isn’t powerful enough, you need an SDS drill. This high-powered drill can bore holes through steel, concrete, brickwork and several other hard materials.
What is an SDS Drill?
The internal mechanism through which the SDS drill generates its extra power and torque provides this tool with the ability to switch between drilling modes. These include hammer-action only, rotary only or rotary with hammer, as required for different materials and tasks.
Corded & Cordless Hammer Drills
Choose from corded and battery-powered cordless SDS drills depending on your needs. Mains powered hammer drills benefit from continuous use without loss of power, while cordless devices enable more flexible working.
You’ll find a great range of SDS drills at Toolstation at unbeatable prices from brands such as Makita, DeWalt and Hikoki.
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