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DeWALT Hammer Drills

DeWALT hammer drills can handle everything from driving self tapping screws into frames to drilling holes in sheetrock, but DeWALT hammer drills are also strong enough to drill into concrete for anchors and electrical boxes.

What's the difference?

- Hammer Drill Vs. Rotary Hammer -
What's the Difference?


Hammer Drill
Rotary Hammer
Overview Hammer-like action on the material so it both rotates and pushes the bit in/out into its material. Two ribbed metal discs click in and out against one another, causing impact Hammer-like action on the material so it both rotates and pushes the bit in/out into its material. A cylinder of air is compressed by a piston, which in turn "beats" the bit
Best Uses Light Duty - Drilling holes into concrete and stone Heavy Duty - Drilling large holes into concrete and stone
Suited For Masonry Workers, General Contractors Masonry Workers, General Contractors
Other Notes Works well on smaller conrete hole drilling. Uses a standard chuck to accept wide array of normal bits More powerfull. Used on much larger concrete hole drilling. Uses specialized heavy duty chuck systems such as 'SDS' and 'SPLINE'

Hammer Drills