New cordless tool kit for high volume work

  • 9 Mar 2015

Hitachi Power Tools’ KC10DFL two-piece 10.8V cordless tool kit comes in a compact carrying case

The new cordless tool kit includes Hitachi’s DS10DFL2 drill/driver and WH10DFL2 impact driver, which have been designed for comfortable use.

Both power tools feature a soft grip handle and an automatic LED light, which is trigger-operated and has been designed for use in confined spaces with poor visibility.

The new tools weigh 1kg each.

The DS10DFL2 drill/driver is suitable for high volume work with a drilling capacity of 29mm in wood and 10mm in metal.

The WH10DFL2 impact driver has a bolt capacity between M6 and M12 and provides a torque of 108Nm (hard).

This makes it equally as suitable for use in high volume work.

Two 1.5Ah Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries have also been included within the kit to power the tools.

A UC10SL2 40 minute charger has been included to charge and power the batteries.

Find out more about Hitachi Power Tools’ new 10.8V cordless tool kit

Hitachi Power Tools (UK)
Precedent Drive
Rooksley
Milton Keynes
MK13 9PJ
UK

01908 354700

Visit Hitachi Power Tool's website

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