DeWalt launched two new hammer drills -- the D25721K with Shocks Active Vibration Control System and the D25723K with Shocks Active Vibration Control System and E-Clutch Anti-Rotational Technology.
The Shocks Active Vibration Control System and E-Clutch Anti-Rotational Technology are two features within the DeWalt Perform & Protect line of power tools.
The Active Vibration Control System provides less vibration and the E-Clutch Anti-Rotational Technology provides better control, the company said. These new models are designed for users performing applications such as dowling and chemical anchoring while working on roads and bridges, concrete forming, plumbing, and repair and restoration jobs.
“Hammer drills have the potential to rotate without warning during bind-up situations,” said Brian Koll, product manager, DeWalt. “Protecting the end user is a top priority for us, so we developed the Shocks Anti-Vibration Control System for vibration reduction and the E-Clutch technology for user control while drilling and demoing concrete.”