Cordless rotary hammer drills: Caring for your battery
Rotary hammer drills from Einhell are available with standard cord connection or with a practical battery. The devices from the Power X‐Change system are powerful, flexible and really easy to use.
Basically, the maintenance of your cordless rotary hammer drill is exactly like the maintenance of a corded rotary hammer drill. The only difference is the battery. And we'll show you how to maintain it here:
The lithium-ion batteries and from the Power X-Change family are made up of high-quality cells and smart control electronics. They are durable, robust a particularly long-lasting. To ensure this remains the case, even after being stored for a long period of time, you should store the batteries in as cool and dry an environment as possible. Ideally, before storing it you should charge the battery to around 50 to 80% of its capacity. This protects the cells and prevents possible deep draining of the battery's charge.
Rotary hammer drills from Einhell: Overview of the best devices
Whether you opt for a cordless rotary hammer drill or an electric rotary hammer drill with a cable connection: With Einhell you can find the best devices at a reasonable price. Take a look at our top rotary hammer drills in the overview and find your favourite with the best price-performance ratio.
Summary: Longer service life for your rotary hammer drill
Clean it with a cloth. Keep it cared for and greased. Store it in the case. These are the three most important steps that will ensure your rotary hammer drill has a long service life. Just take a minute to service your hammer drill after each project – and the two of you will be sticking by each other's sides through thick and thin walls for a long time to come! Become an Enabler!