DeWalt DW5517PAD Pin Anchor Drive System

DeWalt DW5517PAD Pin Anchor Drive SystemThe DeWalt is a . The DeWalt Anchor Drive System (DW5517PAD) has been engineered to reduce contractors' frustrations associated with attaching anchors to concrete, including hammering overhead to set an anchor, bending an anchor while hammering or damaging the surface when installing into brick. The Anchor System – proprietary with DeWalt SDS Plus 3/16- and 1/4- drill bits – is ideal for mechanical, masonry, concrete, electrical and general contractors who commonly use anchors to fasten PVC pipe, conduit, unistrut and other light loads requiring 3/16-Inch and 1/4-Inch holes. This is also ideal for tight areas where a contractor cannot always fit a into the space. This system reduces the number of steps required to set an anchor and eliminates the need for additional hammering by the contractor. By using a to drive an anchor into the , the innovative DW5517PAD eliminates several steps, including users having to put their down and locate their hammer in order to finish the application. Once users have drilled a hole into concrete using their DeWalt , the anchor slides over the SDS Plus bit and locks into place. When the is locked and the anchor is in place, the rotary hammer drives the anchor into the hole, eliminating the need for any additional hammering. Features: anchor driver mechanism uses hammer energy to set anchor, no hammer neededPin anchor sleeve ensures anchor is installed correctlyProprietary system works with DeWalt 3/16-Inch and 1/4-Inch SDS+ bitsIdeal for securing anchors, drive pins and spike anchors in concreteWhat's In the Box:DeWalt DW5517PAD Anchor Drive System

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