Holemaker magnetic base drills attract attention


Industrial Tool and Machinery Sales have been the sole Australian importer of the European made Holemaker Magnetic Base Drills for 15 years.

With 10 models of electric magnetic base drills in the range and now two new pneumatic models in the Pro series this is one of the largest ranges of magnetic base drills available in Australia.

The HMP35AD is a low profile 35mm diameter capacity machine suited for those confined spaces where a standard size magnetic base drill will not fit.

The HMP45 is an upright machine with a 45mm diameter capacity and 2 Moorse Taper. Both machines have ATEX 112G/D C 11C T6:T4 certified motors.

They also meet the requirements for use in areas with a risk of explosion.

Both machines use the standard Holemaker Weldon shank annular cutters.

These quality European machines have already been well received in several mining and off-shore applications and will fit many niche requirements in a range of similar industries.

Contact Industrial Tool and Machinery sales for full specifications.

Industrial Tool and Machinery Sales
07 3287 1114

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