Conventionally we use kilograms as a weight measure, this information is important to the operator analyzes the risks during the operation in relation to fatigue. The drill's power is measure in Joules.
Articles in this section
- How do I put the cordless compact drills or cordless impact drivers and wrenches back in the kit box?
- Can DEWALT cordless tools be used around high voltage power lines?
- Are the tools with two prong cords OSHA approved?
- When should brushes be replaced?
- Why doesn't my tool have a Double Insulated symbol on the label?
- Is there an AC adapter available for the 9.6,12.0,14.4, and 18.0 volt cordless tools similar to the one used on the 24 volt tools?
- Can you tell me what I need for my drill or hammer to comply with OSHA new Silica Dust Rules?
- Why drill power is not in Kilograms?
- Can I use different voltage batteries in my tools?
- What is DEWALT warranty ?