Electric drills that have batteries are perfect for any type of work, whether driving screws or drilling easily penetrated surfaces. They tend to work very well on materials such as wood, aluminum and steel. The fact that they do not have to be tied to a cable gives them total autonomy. You can use it whenever and wherever you want, without needing to have a plug nearby.
A battery-powered drill is a highly recommended tool in any home, since it is an intermediate point between a screwdriver and a hammer drill. An all-terrain tool that will give you a solution to any unforeseen situation you may have at home. In addition, it is a very useful cordless tool for anyone who is fond of DIY and decoration.
What are the parts of a battery powered electric drill?
A battery-powered drill consists of, at a minimum, the chuck (where the drill bit is placed), the body (where the motor is located), the handle (the part you grip), the trigger (the device that operates the operation) and the battery (the device that stores energy and transmits it).
How does a battery drill work?
Cordless drills include a removable battery that powers them to drill. The first thing to do is place the drill bit or screwdriver bit in the chuck. By pulling the trigger we will make the drill rotate at more or less speed. By selecting the highest tightening torque we will ensure that the force with which you screw or drill is greater.
How long does it have a warranty?
All Casals battery drills have a 3-year warranty from the date of purchase. Battery-powered products, even if not in use, must be charged periodically, at least once every 3 months, to ensure proper operation. The battery warranty is 3 years from the time of purchase.
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