Screwfix has announced that it will be expanding its offering of Erbauer tools to give tradespeople and serious DIYers greater choice and value.
Screwfix has introduced 68 new Erbauer power tools, supported by the innovative 18V Keep Cool Erbauer EXT battery technology. The 18V EXT battery platform gives tradespeople the freedom to share batteries and chargers across 14 different power tools and also boosts run time by 25% compared to non-EXT batteries. Erbauer power tools also benefit from brushless motor technology, which delivers longer motor life, more power and up to 200% higher torque.
Erbauer’s Keep Cool Technology has also been engineered to reduce friction and heat build-up. Consequently, tradespeople can work for longer, without the need to stop to charge or carry additional, costly batteries.
Key power tools in the enhanced range include the improved 18V Brushless Combi Drill, which benefits from Keep Cool Technology, 19 torque settings, a maximum torque of 50Nm and 50 minute charge time. The 18V Brushless Twin Pack (Combi and Impact Driver) is also now available from Screwfix. Featuring both an 18V Combi Drill and Impact Driver, along with two 18V 2Ah Li-Ion batteries and a one-hour charger. Screwfix also now offers the 210mm and 255mm Double-Bevel Sliding Mitre Saws.
Rhian Bartlett, Trading Director at Screwfix, comments: “The 68 new power tools in the new Erbauer range demonstrate our focus on offering value and a wide choice of high performing and adaptable power tools for tradespeople and serious DIYers. This new range is designed to offer reassurance and improved flexibility with the innovative battery platform, all with a two-year manufacturer’s guarantee. Erbauer power tools make a great addition to any toolbox.”
Tradespeople can get hold of Erbauer power tools online, from one of over 600 Screwfix stores nationwide or via its contact centre on 03330 112 112.
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