DEWALT Unveils New Sealed Head Ratchets

DEWALT just announced two new sealed head ratchets: the 20V MAX XR 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. (DCF510) as well as the XTREME 12V MAX 1/4 in. & 3/8 in. (DCF500). The ratchets are ideal for automotive, electrical and mechanical as well as maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) professionals. The 20V MAX XR Sealed Head Ratchet provides users the power, versatility and durability needed to tackle tough fastening jobs, thanks to a brushless motor and ratcheting mechanism that delivers 75 ft-lbs of max torque and a no-load speed of 0-300 RPM. The XTREME 12V MAX model is ideal for fastening and removing nuts, bolts and other fasteners in tight areas with an impressive 50 ft-lbs of max torque and no-load speed of 0-450 RPM.

The new Sealed Head Ratchets are designed with features in mind for our user’s most demanding jobs. The innovative sealed head design and glass-filled nylon tool housing helps provide protection against oils and automotive solvents meeting the needs of pros across industries on any jobsite.

The new interchangeable anvil design allows users to quickly switch between square drives in both models in addition to a 1/4 in. quick change hex with the XTREME 12V MAX model to complete a variety of applications. The low-profile head offers accessibility in tight workspaces, while the variable speed trigger and forward/reverse switch allow users to quickly change speed and direction to maximize productivity. The ratchets also feature a trigger lock that helps prevent accidental activation and an onboard LED work light to help illuminate dark areas.

The 20V MAX XR 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. Sealed Head Ratchet is compatible with all DEWALT 20V MAX batteries and chargers (sold separately). The bare unit (tool only) is available now and the kitted unit with DEWALT POWERSTACK is available for preorder where DEWALT products are sold.

The XTREME 12V MAX 1/4 in. & 3/8 in. Sealed Head Ratchet is compatible with all DEWALT 12V MAX batteries and chargers (sold separately) and will be available as a bare unit (tool only) or kitted in late July where DEWALT products are sold.


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