Specifications & features:
- SDS – Slotted driveshaft or Slotted drive system.
- SDS bits are pushed into the chuck to make a rotary hammer or a hammer drill.
- An SDS drill is also known as a hammer or chisel drill. It is a powerful kind of hammer tool used for heavy-duty drilling work.
- This SDS drill power tool is used to drill into materials such as steel, bricks, masonry, and concrete, handy tools for multiple tasks.
- SDS-plus bits: It has grooves on the shanks, which lock safely into the chuck but let the bit run back and forward efficiently and independently of the chuck.
- It is super easy to insert and withdraw – no tools needed. SDS plus drill bits are smaller and thinner as compared to SDS Max bits.
- It has two closed and opened grooves, grooves are attached with the locking balls.
- SDS plus drill are interchangeable with SDS drill, and it is available in different sizes.