- High performance transmission for fast application speeds and improved run time
- High efficiency brushless motor delivers up to 57 percent more run time over brushed
- 0 38,250 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials
- 3 Mode LED light with Spotlight mode
- Battery sold separately
DEWALT DCD996B Bare Tool 20V MAX XR Lithium Ion Brushless 3-Speed Hammer Drill
Fast application speeds thanks to its transmission.
Its transmission and brushless motor offers high efficiency and performance.
The Charger and its battery is sold separately.
It is no secret that as time goes by, technology also evolves. DeWalt has been characterized by the quality and reliability of its products. And being faithful to that quality presents us with the DCD996B 20 Volt drill, this drill has a reputation of being the most powerful cordless drill based on quality and price that exists so far.
Features of DEWALT DCD996B 20 V MAX Drill
This drill can be classified as a Top of the Line drill, this means it has characteristics that are far ahead of competing drills in the cordless field.
The DCD996B has a brushless motor, this means that the motor is made to work long hours as it can use batteries of up to 5 amps.
The rubber coating that covers practically all the tool is of very good quality and makes the grip good, avoiding the loss of control of the tool and the vibrations of the drill being received by the user when performing the work.
XR Certification: This certification was created by DeWalt to inform users about which tools have a better battery management, for the DCD996B drill, DeWalt says it can take benefit of up to 33% more battery power, this is a big plus if you are working at high places where you can’t constantly go down to recharge the battery.
If we look at the left side of the tool we will find the specifications of the drill, in these specifications we can read the characteristics of the motor and the origin and construction of the tool.
Drill DCD996B: Features
A strong point of this tool is the motor, as we mentioned at the beginning is a motor without brushes, also has 3 mechanical speeds, in the first speed can go from 0 to 450 rpm, in the second speed can go from 0 to 1300 rpm and finally in the third speed can go from 0 to 2000 rpm, this is in the case that we are drilling, if we are using the rotary hammer function, then in the first speed we will go from 0 to 500 rpm, in the second from 0 to 1500 rpm and in the third from 0 to 2250 rpm.
The number of hits per minute also varies depending on the speed you are in, in the first speed we will have from 0 to 8600 BPM, in the second from 0 to 25500 BPM and in the third from 0 to 38250 BPM.
The maximum power of this tool is 820 UWO (a measurement created by DeWalt itself), this power is obtained thanks to the fact that the drill is compatible with 20V MAX 5 amp batteries.
DeWalt DCD996 Hammer Drill Review and Demonstration Video
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