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Titan TTB278SDS 5kg SDS+ Drill 230-240V (97533)

Supplied with a 9-piece accessory kit, this Titan TTB278SDS SDS Plus drill comes complete with everything you need to put its impressive power straight to work. The accessory kit contains five drill bits, ranging from 6mm-14mm, and two chisels in flat and point heads. Driving them is a powerful 1500W motor delivering a maximum hammer power of 8J. All that power can drive 32mm diameter holes through masonry or 40mm holes through wood while an anti-vibration system means you can work in comfort.

  • 1500W
  • Drill, Hammer Drill & Chisel
  • Variable Speed
  • Mechanical Safety Clutch
  • Anti-Vibration System
  • Magnesium Gearbox
  • Soft-Grip Handle
  • 9 Piece Accessory Kit

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 443 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value I bought this as my hammer drill wouldn't drill more than 20mm into my concrete floor. This went down to 90mm in an instant. It is quite heavy so wouldn't be great for high up drilling and no reverse gear but for the price it's great 20 Jun 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent feel I was pleasantly surprised by the weight and solid feel of this product for such a good price. Metal gears too! 20 Jun 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good value for money As i install alarm systems i normally use the tools provided by the company, but i was on a private job and i needed to drill some holes in 400 mm concrete walls to install some Cctv wires. Despite the fact it is quite heavy, it handled the job easily. Only problem might be when you need to drill small holes eg. for raw plugs , using the adaptor , due to the weight of the drill can be slightly difficult because the hammer function is not so powerful. Overall, for the price i've payed i've made a good deal. 18 Jun 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trade Drilll ar DiY price Great value for trade or DIY powerful drill nice case and drill set. Recommended. 17 Jun 2016
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Which one of the supplied chisels is best for breaking a lump of concrete up which is out of the ground and still on the wood fence post.
18 Jun 2016
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Hello Ourlads,

The Pointed or flat headed chisel bits would be suitable for breaking the concrete, just be aware when using that you do not damage the wood.

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Variable Speed Dial

Just purchased drill and was checking the dial, when turning dial it had a definate click on each number on dial but when I reached final number which is 6 there was resistance with no click sound is the variable speed dial faulted.
18 Jun 2016
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Hello Ourlads,

It appears your item may be faulty. As long as it is within warranty you can source and exchange either by calling our Customer Service team on 03330 112 112 or by heading into your local Screwfix Trade Counter.

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Why do I need to use grease on SDS for.
What happens if I don't.
I have Silicon Grease and Anti Sieze Grease can I use either of this type or have I to purchase a special type of grease.
17 Jun 2016
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Hello Ourlads,

The purpose of using grease is that it will prolong the life of the tool. Other greases can be used however SDS grease is the preferred choice.

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I am looking for a breaker to remove a chimney within my property. Is this capable of the job as this seems a more versatile option for future uses (SDS drill bits)
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I have this drill for core drilling; which it is doing quite well (despite the instruction booklet having a warning not to do so). I did try to use it with a masonry bit with hammer action but wasn't impressed with the hammer and switched to my lighter Makita. So for breaking brickwork up and general versatility not my choice; it weighs a tonne and disappointing hammer.
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Hello Spooc,

Yes this would be usable as a breaker, but of course will not have the same impact as a designated breaker. You would need a chisel bit in order to break into the brickwork.

If it is for a more intensive job than we would recommend buying a Breaker.

I hope this information helps.

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Hello Jay1986,

If you view the instructions, available on the website, the section entitled 'Operations Instructions' will show you how to set the drill to any of it's 3 modes. You just need to adjust the 'Dial Selector' and then the 'Lever Selector' which are also labelled in diagrams in the instructions.

For hammer function only, the Dial Selector should be in the 'hammer' position, to stop the rotation of the chuck, with the Lever Selector in the 'drill & hammer' position.

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Specification
Brand Titan
Carry Case/Bag Included Yes
Carrying Facility Blow-moulded case.
Chuck Type SDS Plus
Colour Grey
Corded or Cordless Corded
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 years
Model No TTB278SDS
No. of SDS Drill Functions 3-Function
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 1500 W
Power Voltage Supply 230-240 V
Product Type SDS Plus Hammer Drill
SDS Drill Product Type SDS Plus
Total Product Weight 6.3 kg

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 32mm, wood 40mm, steel 13mm. Max. impact energy 8J. Overall length 422mm. Weight 6.3kg.

Product contents

5 x SDS+ drill bits (6 x 150, 8 x 150, 10 x 150, 12 x 150 and 14 x 150mm), 2 x SDS+ chisels (14 x 250mm flat and point), M13 chuck and adaptor, carry case.

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