Corded electric screwdriver
straightwith shut-off clutchclutch-type

corded electric screwdriver
corded electric screwdriver
corded electric screwdriver
corded electric screwdriver
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with shut-off clutch, clutch-type

32 V, 40 V


Max.: 12 Nm (8.85

Min.: 0.04 Nm (0.03

Rotational speed

Max.: 1,000 rpm (6,283.2 rad.min-1)

Min.: 600 rpm (3,769.9 rad.min-1)


The cost-effective electric screwdriver with mechanical shut-off clutch is a good alternative if no pneumatic connection is available. Our range of handheld electric screwdrivers provides the customer with the familiar quality features of DEPRAG screwdriving systems. This ergonomic screwdriver is available with varying functions such as e.g. push-to-start or lever start. For some screwdriver types speed regulation is possibe. Seven performance classes cover the application areas for precision engineering screw assemblies up to M6 or 12 Nm. The torque set on the mechanical shut-off clutch has an accuracy of ±3% standard deviation. The separate electricity supply of 32 V and 40 V extra-low voltage ensures safe usage. Our standard program for inserting tools is applicable. Drive The screwdrivers is equipped with a brushless drive motor with low voltage supply. The high degree of efficiency of the integrated EC-motor results in a larger torque and speed range in a lower weight and smaller diameter screwdriver. Power range Throughout the four sizes, shut-off torque can be set from 0.04 to 12 Nm. The high speeds of up to 1000 rpm guarantee short screw cycle times. Precision Under suitable processing conditions CmK-values of >1,67 are reached with a tolerance of ±10%.


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