Hitachi Power Tools launches new WH18DBDL2 brushless Impact Driver with Triple Hammer mechanism
19 January 2017
Brilliant at driving screws into tough materials and with top-notch user comfort, the all-new WH18DBDL2 cordless impact driver from Hitachi Power Tools features an industry first Triple Hammer mechanism.
The WH18DBDL2 impact driver’s new hammering mechanism has three strikers making three impacts per rotation instead of the usual two, reducing vibration and vastly improving user comfort. Its high power brushless motor with maximum tightening torque of 207Nm (hard) and four-mode speed selection means the impact driver is suitable for a variety of jobs from delicate to heavy duty work.
User comfort and safety is always a key feature of any Hitachi Power Tools product and the WH18DBDL2 is no different. The tool is designed with the centre of gravity positioned at the middle finger of the grip hand, making it well balanced and decreasing user fatigue. It also comes with an electric brake, three mode LED worklight and soft grip handle as standard.
The rear fan swiftly cools the motor and hammer case for more durability and the unique dust-protective cooling windows and plastic coating on some important inner parts means the product conforms to IP56 protection class ratings (dust and water resistance) for electrical equipment.