DEWALT recently introduced the 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill with E-Clutch System (DCD470) at the 2018 Specialty Tools and Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA) Convention in Phoenix. Part of the growing line of FLEXVOLT Tools, Batteries, and Accessories, the brushless 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill offers powerful, high-speed drilling and long runtime.
The 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill with E-Clutch System is a high torque right angle drill with fast application speeds. Part of the DEWALT PERFORM & PROTECT line of tools the drill features E-Clutch System and a mechanical clutch for control in high or low speed. In high and low speed, the DEWALT E-Clutch System senses tool motion and eliminates the torque when binding is detected by stopping the motor. The user is notified that the E-Clutch® System has been activated through an illuminated LED light.
The 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill also features the 2-speed Quick-Shift which allows the user to easily shift between two speeds without having to feather the trigger. The drill also includes a 2-position side handle, a shallow nose to get into tight spaces, a 1/2″ keyed chuck and chuck key holder, an LED to illuminate work areas, a knuckle guard to help protect the user’s hand, and Bluetooth Tool Connect Tag (sold separately) mount. With a rounded top handle and rubber handle over-mold, it is easy for the userto find the right grip.
For a list of DEWALT PERFORM & PROTECT drilling and grinding solutions that adhere to Table 1 of the OSHA ruling on protections for workers exposed to respirable silica dust**, go to DEWALT.com. The 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill with E-Clutch System will be available where DEWALT products are sold kitted with one 9.0Ah FLEXVOLT Battery, Charger, and Kit Bag for $549 MSRP (DCD470X1) and bare for $399 MSRP (DCD470B). It will come standard with a three-year limited warranty, one-year free service contract and 90-day money-back guarantee.
- With respect to 20V MAX* — Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.
- With respect to 60V MAX* — Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 60 volts. Nominal voltage is 54.
- **The Exposure Control Methods described in Table 1 of 29 CFR 1926.1153 when outlined components are operated and maintained in accordance to manufacturer’s instructions, assuming that airflow is measured in accordance with the motor/fan system test.