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Cat DX11 drill-driver

By Adam Freill   

Construction Equipment

(Photo courtesy of Cat power tools)

The Cat DX11 18-volt, half-inch drill driver is equipped with a brushless motor that delivers 600 in./lb. of torque. Weighing in at 4.2 pounds, the drill-driver is outfitted with a pair of 18-volt 2.0Ah Max lithium batteries and a four-amp charger designed to recharge a battery in as little as 30 minutes. The tool’s batteries are compatible with other power tools in the Cat lineup.

The drill’s ratcheting, all-metal, half-inch chuck is engineered to provide bit retention without slippage, and its ratcheting capability enables the user to hand-tighten bits for rapid bit changes.

The drill-driver features all-metal gears, and a variable two-speed gearbox that delivers no-load speeds of zero to 500 and zero to 2000 rpm. Its clutch provides 18+1 positions to adjust torque settings. A bright LED light illuminates the work area and continues to shine for 20 seconds once the trigger is released.




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