The AdelaideTools Makita Brushless Kit comes with a series of power tools; each tool is designed for a specific job you might need. This Makita Brushless Kit includes the three function SDS Plus Rotary Hammer, Combi Hammer, Impact Driver and LED Light. The SDS Plus Rotary Hammer is best used as both a regular hammer and for light-duty power chiselling tasks, its 2-speed variable speed control and two-position switch provide maximum control. At the same time, the Combi Hammer is best suited for use on softer ground and when you are not going to be driving a lot of nails or sawdust.
The Impact Driver is for driving nails into concrete or wood; the blades of this device will push the nail from the hole and drive it further into the material you have drilled. This product has a two-position switch allowing you to select either fixed or portable operation; you can also choose between an electronic or battery-powered operation. For maximum safety, you can use a battery-powered impact driver. The LED Light can be used for illumination for the job site, and a flashlight is included to help in the safe work of working near these lights. For more information about AdelaideTools Makita brushless kits, click here.
The SDS Plus Rotary Hammer is best suited for use on soft ground with a chisel and not going to be drilled into concrete or wood; it has variable speed control and a two-position switch enabling you to select either fixed or portable operation. The Combi Hammer is perfect for use on soft ground. When you are not going to be driving lots of nails, it has an adjustable variable speed and a two-position switch enabling you to select either fixed or portable operation. The Impact Driver is best for use on hard concrete and is most suitable when you are going to be driving nails into wood or concrete. It has an adjustable variable speed and a two-position switch enabling you to select either fixed or portable operation. For maximum safety, a battery-powered impact driver is recommended. Click here to buy high-quality AdelaideTools Makita brushless kits now.
Brushes come in three categories, namely flat brush, rotary brush and brushless brush. If you want the best deal, go for the brushless brushes as they are more expensive but the warranty does not run for long periods. The brushes are also ideal for use on rough surfaces, and the brushes are lightweight so they can easily be transported. They are also great for driving nails or other tools.