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Impact DrillsImpact Drills

We stock a great range of impact drills from Bosch and Metabo. These powerful machines combine the rotary action of a normal drill with a striking, hammering action; providing quicker drilling with less effort on harder materials, like masonry and concrete.

Bosch GSB 19-2 RE Impact Drill

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£125.00 £150.00

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Bosch GSB16RE Variable Speed Hammer Drill

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£106.00 £127.20

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Bosch GSB21-2RE 2-Speed Hammer Drill 240v

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£145.00 £174.00

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Metabo SBE 1100 Plus Impact Drill

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£152.50 £183.00

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Metabo SBE 710 Impact Drill

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£120.00 £144.00

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Metabo SBE 900 Impuls Impact Drill

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£142.75 £171.30

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What is an impact drill?Ratchet Example

Impact drills (or percussion drills) combine the rotary action of a normal drill with a striking, hammering action. This is provided via an in-built ratcheting mechanism (see the illustration on the right for an example) which delivers short, rapid thrusts against the drill bit, and can generally be switched on and off as required.

These machines provide quicker drilling with less effort and can be used on harder materials, like masonry and concrete, with greater ease. Models often feature speed selection; forward and reverse operation; a depth stop for accurate drilling and driving; and an auxiliary handle for extra control and safer use.

How do i choose the right machine?

Percussion Drills

  • Capacity: each model has a different maximum capacity for drilling in various materials - is the machine able to perform your toughest tasks as frequently as you will be conducting them?
  • Power: what motor wattage, impact force, impact rate and speed do you need?
  • Safety: do you need additional protection features like vibration control or an overload clutch?
  • Chuck: the type of chuck dictates the speed and ease of bit changing.

Looking for a more heavy-duty drill?

If you need something that is a bit more powerful, then you might want to consider an SDS drill. These models have a stronger hammering action that may be better suited to your needs. Click here to see our range of SDS hammer drills!

Need some advice?

If you have any tool-related queries, then please don't hesitate to contact us. Here at Kelvin Power Tools, our staff have years of experience within the industry and are always happy to share their expertise!