Industrial power drills come in many forms — from simple, cordless, DIY-style tools to rugged industrial pneumatic tools. There are even battery-operated drills that work like DC electric torque drivers; the operator dials up special drilling speeds, and the speed shifts as various threshold targets are met. Error-proof drills that provide a signal indicating that the hole was drilled correctly are also available.
The complexity of the drill required is based on the type of product and material being drilled, your work environment and the job’s time frame. Types of drills include the benchtop drill press, corded and cordless handheld drills, floor drill press, hammer drill, impact drill and numerous specialty drills.
Handheld drills are lightweight, portable tools commonly found in home workshops and on construction sites. Corded and cordless models are available.
Right-angle drills have a smaller head and shorter handle than “regular” or inline drills. The design allows them to fit into tight or hard-to-reach spaces.
Drill presses are large, standalone, floor or benchtop machines that drill straight, accurate holes in many materials.
Impact drivers are designed for heavier applications than a traditional handheld drill. They drive fasteners into the surface with a series of rapid pounding movements.
Hammer drills operate with a rapid hammering (concussive) motion. Hammer drills are more powerful than impact drills; they can even drill into concrete.
Let Rhino Tool House review your needs and provide you with several choices to meet the demands of your work environment as well as your budget. Whether you need a pistol-grip handheld drill, right-angle or inline drill, or a drill that allows you to automate the process, our knowledgeable, experienced engineers are ready to help.