The Hitachi DH36DAL is a lightweight Cordless 36 Volt SDS-Plus hammer drill with Save Power Mode and three action modes, hammer drilling, rotary drilling and light chiseling. It has variable speed, reverse and has an electronic brake.
In Power mode, the DH36DAL will drill up to 26mm in concrete with ease, switch to Save Mode and it reduces the speed and impact rate for lighter work, also reducing the risk of damage to smaller drill bits.
The lightweight plug-in style Lithium-Ion batteries hold their charge for longer, which means there is no discernible loss of performance throughout the battery charge. The batteries also contain unique protection circuitry to prevent damage from overloading, overcharging and high discharging; this gives Hitachi Lithium-Ion batteries up to 260% longer service life than similar batteries.
Lithium-Ion batteries contain no harmful cadmium, making them better for the environment. Also, Hitachi Lithium-Ion batteries have an extremely low self-discharge rate. If a battery is not used, the battery charge will drop by only 5% in 40 days; this means less energy is required to recharge it.
Voltage: 36 Volt
Battery Capacity : Li-Ion 2.6 Ah
No Load Speed : 0-550 / 0-1100/min
Impact Energy : 2.8 J
Blows per Minute : 0-2250 / 0-4200/bpm
Tool Holder SDS-Plus
Max. Drilling Capacity
Wood - 30 mm
Metal - 13 mm
Concrete - 26 mm
Weight: 4.0 kg
Length 322 mm
The DH25DAL comes complete with two 2.6Ah slide-in Lithium-Ion batteries, 60 minute charger, side handle, depth stop and carrying case.
We deliver throughout the UK and delivery times are 3 working days or better. We try to exceed this delivery time wherever we can.
Should you need faster delivery, this can often be arranged. Please phone us with your specific requirements.
Our returns policy allows you to return any item if it is not what you require within 14 days of receipt. This is as long as it has not been used and is returned in its original undamaged packaging.
Full details are in our Delivery and Returns page.
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Why do we charge delivery?
A great many of our customers purchase multiple products, so if we build the delivery charges into each item we will in effect be charging delivery on every product in their basket. We think it is fairer to charge a single delivery cost for the contents of the whole basket once. Some products do have delivery included; this is typically because they are dispatched from another location, generally direct from the manufacturer, as there are restrictions to how they can be delivered due to their size, or if they are liquids, for example.