Fein have just released what they say is the world’s first handheld core drilling system for metal. The boffins at Fein say the KBH 25 combines the positives of a high performance hand-held power drill with carbide-tipped core bits. They reckon this new drilling technology and tooth geometry enables speedy work, with considerably less effort meaning that an operator can work up to five times faster.
A Fein spokesperson said the KBH 25 is packed with power, putting out a brutish 680 watts and a rapid full load speed of up to 520rpm. It is also super-light, weighing in at just over 3kgs, making it a comfortable hand held tool.
The KBH also provides controlled tacho speed technology, and a torque slip clutch for efficiency and safety.
Fein have provided the industry with a precise core drill. Hand-guided drills allow the user to access more areas than bulky, anchored units, not to mention a greater level of control.
See the Fein KBH 25 in action here