Husqvarna DM220 Core Drill Motor -110V Electric
The DM220 is a newly developed powerful (1850W), three speed, highly adaptable core drill motor which can be used for wet and dry, rig mounted and hand held core drilling applications.
The DM220 has been designed for wet and dry drilling applications, and has been specially adapted to suit all types of users - from beginners to professionals.
|Maximum Core Capacity||150mm|
The DM220 features a new, innovative level guiding system, that helps guide the operator, thereby increasing precision, and through that, provides more efficient drilling. The machine's front handle can be turned through 360 degress, which can be useful when drilling in confined spaces. Furthermore, the DM220 has an LED indicator which shows when the machine is in the preferred vertical or horizontal position, and can also be calibrated to receive guidance for angle drilling.
The DM220 is small, compact and lightweight, making it ideal for drilling a variety of materials, including reinforced concrete, brick and other masonry materials up to 150mm diameter in walls, floors and roofs, and can also be used for stitch drilling applications and drilling close to walls/edges. The DM220 is designed to be used for handheld drilling wet cores up to 80mm diameter, and up to 150mm diameter when rig mounted, on the DS250ATS.
The DM220 is designed for lighter drilling applications such as small channels and pipes, electrical sockets and telecom cables, anchoring, ventilation and gas supply pipes.
1 1/4“ UNC male external and 1/2” BSP female internal motor spindle/output shaft.
The DM220 is designed for use with the Husqvarna DS250ATS drill stand.
• Equipped with Elgard, which uses pulsation to indicate when the machine is overloaded. This helps extend the life of the product
• When making a starter hole, speed can be reduced by half using the built in SmartStart
• Built-in SoftStart - an electronic current limiter means full speed is reached about two seconds after start
• Supplied complete in a protective carry case