The corded electric drill can be used for drilling on wood, metal, brick, tile, etc. Lightweight, compact size and easy to operate.
|Max. Drill Bit Diameter
||wood: 20mm (3/4 inch)
Applicable Materials: Wood, metal, brick, tile.
Applications: Wall drilling, door and window installation, shelf installation, table and chair installation, pendant installation, etc.
Electric Hand Drill Structure Diagram
Drill Bit Installation
- Press the lower part of chuck tightly, twist the upper part left and right to adjust the three-jaw chuck to a suitable position.
- Put the suitable drill bit into three-jaw chuck and adjust it to a suitable length.
- Press the lower part of chuck tightly, rotate the upper part of chuck clockwise, and tighten it firmly.
Tips: Corded electric drill use precautions.
- Check whether power cord is damaged before using corded electric drill. If it is damaged, it must be wrapped with insulating tape. During using, do not let electric drill touch water, or drag and step it, or touch heat sources and corrosive media.
- To prevent corded electric drill from turning suddenly when plug is inserted into power socket, make sure that the switch is in the off state before use.
- Before use, check whether the transmission part is flexible, whether there is abnormal noise, whether screw is loose, and whether commutator spark is normal. You can let corded electric drill rotate without loading for 0.5~1 minute to observe the status.
- Hold corded electric drill firmly with both hands when drilling, and do not operate with one hand as much as possible.
- Do not use drill bit with gap. Do not press too much downward force when drilling to prevent drill bit from breaking.
- Operations such as cleaning up drill bit scraps and replacing drill bit must be performed with disconnected power supply.